Como se a Terra corresse Inteirinha atrás de mim O medo ronda-me os sentidos Por abaixo da minha pele Ao esgueirar-se viscoso Escorre pegajoso E sai Pelos meus poros Pelos meus ais Ele penetra-me nos ossos Ao derramar-se sedento Nas entranhas sinuosas Entre as vísceras mordendo Salta e espalha-se no ar Vai e volta Delirante Tão delirante É como um sonho acordado Esse vulto besuntado A revolver-se no lodo A deslizar de uma larva Emergindo lá no fundo Tenho medo ó medo Leva tudo é tudo teu Mas deixa-me ir
Arrasta-me à côncava do fundo Do grande lago da noite Cruzando as grades de fogo Entre o Céu e o Inferno Até à boca escancarada Esfaimada Atrás de mim Atrás de mim É como um sonho acordado Esses olhos no escuro Das carpideiras viúvas Pelo pai assassinado Desventrado por seu filho Que possuiu lascivo A sua própria mãe E sua amante
Meu amor quando eu morrer Ó linda Veste a mais garrida saia Se eu vou morrer no mar alto Ó linda E eu quero ver-te na praia Mas afasta-me essas vozes Linda
Tens medo dos vivos E dos mortos decepados Pelos pés e pelas mãos E p´lo pescoço e pelos peitos Até ao fio do lombo Como te tremem as carnes Fernão Mendes
George Crumb: Ancient Voices of Children | Live concert, Liederhalle Stuttgart, February 22nd, 2019 Sophia Burgos, soprano Johannes Rempp, boy soprano of the collegium iuvenum Stuttgart SWR Symphony Orchestra Conductor: Teodor Currentzis
Ewen Spencer (born 1971) is a British photographer and filmmaker based in Brighton, England. His photography is primarily of youth and subcultures.
He began his career working for style, music and culture magazines The Face and Sleazenation and has since transplanted himself into groups of young people and musicians to form numerous personal projects, as well as making films for Massive Attack , The streets and The Charlatans and undertaking commercial work. His photography series have included Open Mic, UKG and Kick over the statues. He has self-published a number of photobooks including a series of zines called Guapamente.
I’m ten years away from the corner you laugh on with your pals, Maggie McGeeney and Jean Duff. The three of you bend from the waist, holding each other, or your knees, and shriek at the pavement. Your polka-dot dress blows round your legs. Marilyn.
I’m not here yet. The thought of me doesn’t occur in the ballroom with the thousand eyes, the fizzy, movie tomorrows the right walk home could bring. I knew you would dance like that. Before you were mine, your Ma stands at the close with a hiding for the late one. You reckon it’s worth it.
The decade ahead of my loud, possessive yell was the best one, eh? I remember my hands in those high-heeled red shoes, relics, and now your ghost clatters toward me over George Square till I see you, clear as scent, under the tree, with its lights, and whose small bites on your neck, sweetheart?
Cha cha cha! You’d teach me the steps on the way home from Mass, stamping stars from the wrong pavement. Even then I wanted the bold girl winking in Portobello, somewhere in Scotland, before I was born. That glamorous love lasts where you sparkle and waltz and laugh before you were mine.
NASA's Mars 2020 Perseverance mission captured thrilling footage of its rover landing in Mars' Jezero Crater on Feb. 18, 2021. The real footage in this video was captured by several cameras that are part of the rover's entry, descent, and landing suite. The views include a camera looking down from the spacecraft's descent stage (a kind of rocket-powered jet pack that helps fly the rover to its landing site), a camera on the rover looking up at the descent stage, a camera on the top of the aeroshell (a capsule protecting the rover) looking up at that parachute, and a camera on the bottom of the rover looking down at the Martian surface. The audio embedded in the video comes from the mission control call-outs during entry, descent, and landing.
Perseverance also made history by taking the first audio recording of sound on Mars. A snippet of noise was made available that includes the sound of 5-mile-per-hour winds blowing through the Martian landscape. (This is distinct from what was released from the InSight lander a couple of years ago, which measured vibrations coming from the Martian ground and converted those signals into audio.)