A charming statue of a lonely poet, Attila Jozsef, sits by the side of the Danube River in Budapest Hungary, watching the water flow by. Attila Jozsef is the best known of the modern Hungarian poets internationally. In this statue, you can imagine it is a hot day, his jacket sits in a heap next to him, his shirtsleeves are rolled up, and his hat is held in his hand. His poem "At the Danube" reads in part, "As if flowing out of my heart, murky, wise, and great was the Danube." Watching and contemplating the Danube is not hard to do in modern times. There is something mesmerizing the river's current and about the ebb and flow of life alongside it. The sculpture sits in the shadow of the Hungarian Parliament Building, one of the most beautiful buildings in Budapest.
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