Monday, June 25, 2012

Doors of Dublin

The Georgian doors of Dublin are famous. Always freshly painted, every door with a personal twist.
I'd be reluctant to knock on the green door, though.

one more night without sleepin' -
till the morning comes peepin'.
Green door
what's that secret you're keepin'?
there's an old piano and
they play it hot behind the
green door
don't know what they're doin'
But they laugh a lot behind the green door.
Wish they'd let me in
So I could find out what's
behind the green door.
Knocked twice
tried to tell 'em I'd been there

Door slammed
hospitality's thin there.
Wonder just what's goin' on in there.
Saw an eyeball peepin' through a smokey cloud
Behind the green door

When I said
Joe sent me

Someone laughed out loud
behind the green door.
All I want to do is join
the happy crew behind the
green door.
one more night without sleepin'...
Saw an eyeball peepin' through
a smokey cloud...
Wish they'd let me in
So I could find out what's
behind the green door..

Magical Mystery Teacher is hosting Ruby Tuesday 2 together with Gemma Wiseman


Kim, USA said...

I like the red door. The green door hmmmm watch out! ^_^

Kim, USA

Magical Mystical Teacher said...

I'll be in Dublin over Christmas, so I'm looking forward to seeing the Georgian doors. Thanks for the teaser!

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Amrita said...

Some o f th e old British built bungalows and buildings have similar doors. I like the brickwork too.

how are you doing Felisol?
Pray for me, I am going to place an important request before someone and need a favorable answer. Already I received positive vibes. God is good

Becky said...

the green one reminds me of jello. i don't know why. it just does. lol

Gemma Wiseman said...

Those doors are dynamic! And love the touch of red flower above! That song used to haunt me! Still not sure if I like it or not! But now I'll be singing it!

Leah H. said...

Beautiful details.

Visiting for Ruby Tuesday 2- hope you can stop by..

Debbie Petras said...

My favorite color is red so I'm going with that door. However, green is very trendy now. It's interesting to me that many in the world would go with that door as it seems like fun. But I choose my joy in the Lord and not the world. He still brings a smile to my face and even laughter at times.

Blessings and love,

Liz said...

Beautiful! Both the green and red doors.

My entry:
Ruby Boat

Colleen said...

We must be similar souls...I always am on the lookout for interesting doors and windows while traveling.:) I really love them, I'm not sure what it is but they are so appealing!

Chubskulit Rose said...

That's gorgeous.

Come see my RUBY post, I love comments! said...

I like the red one too. Now I'll be humming that song all night. I haven't thought of it in many years.

It's so interesting to see different countries and what they do that we may not do where we live, like the colored doors. It's so hot in Texas that our traditional summer outings aren't so much fun unless there is a pool or lake close by. It was 106 today. :(.. I want to go to Norway!!! :)

Felisol said...

Oh, Sonja, You don't want to come just now. We've had an average of 13 Celsius degrees in June.
Yes, the Irish have a thing about their doors. I once was in Waterford. There some actually had hung up striped canvas to protect their door from fading in the summer sun.

Not many private pools here in our little town, but only 5 minutes walk to a wonderful, God created beach.

Trish said...

I love bright colorful's as if they are beckoning you to come in. It's lovely, catching up with you my friend.

Annie Jeffries said...

Color me curious about the other side of the green door!!

❀~Myrna~❀ said...

You got me wondering about that green door!lol I think two very different personalities are living side by side.Beautiful pic! I love doors too,but I am usually driving by , not walking & I seldom get any pics.

Roan said...

Sometimes it pays off to strike up a conversation with a stranger.

Roan said...

Happy Birthday to your mother! I hope she has a happy one.