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Darkness, my old friend

It's nice to sit
in the darkness
Alone
The silent ticking of the clock in the kitchen
To sit
To know that everything is well, no particular hurry
Stomach's full
To sit quietly in this capsule, it's as if time's standing still
By swims
A thought, another, and a third, slowly
A hermeneutically sealed state, which could last forever
Bubble of serenity,
soft, not hard, comfortable and cozy
Fuck, my glasses broke
 


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17/01/2021

Sir Galileo

In the summer sky, four hundred years ago
The stars and planets, intrigued
Were certainly wondering, looking down-here
Who could that nose-up man possibly be
 
Sir , curious scientist
Looked restlessly into the sky
In the world, with time, something changed:
The whole universe started to sing
 
The Earth rotates, rotating around the Sun
Mars doesn't want to wage war anymore1
Jupiter waves, with a rascally glance2
Venus, Mercury, Neptune, with Pluto

 
Millions of stars, with the most beautiful names
Uranus, Saturnus with all its rings
If you lose your way and don't know where to go
Just search the sky, Sir Galileo
 
Brilliant scientist, he used to look up there
With his monocular,3at the moon in the blue
I wouldn't quite know if it happened during those nights
But he fell in love with its light4
 
The sun at twilight, setting on the sea
Started to play with the red clouds
That's when he discovered
And that's why today everybody sings like this:
 
The Earth rotates, rotating around the Sun
Mars doesn't want to wage war anymore
Jupiter waves, with a rascally glance
Venus, Mercury, Neptune, with Pluto

 
Millions of stars, with the most beautiful names
Uranus, Saturnus with all its rings
If you lose your way and don't know where to go
Just search the sky, Sir Galileo
 
In the summer sky, four hundred years ago
Looking at the stars, intrigued
Modern science was rehearsing
And that year was 16096
 
The Earth rotates, rotating around the Sun
Mars doesn't want to wage war anymore
Jupiter waves, with a rascally glance
Venus, Mercury, Neptune, with Pluto

 
Millions of stars, with the most beautiful names
Uranus, Saturnus with all its rings
If you lose your way and don't know where to go
Just search in the sky the pole star
 
  • 1. Planet Mars borrows his name from the homonym .
  • 2. Probably refers to the : a massive storm which has been raging on the planet at least for 360 years, based on attested observations.
  • 3. For a long time, Galileo was regarded as 'the inventor of monocular'. Although the monocular wasn't a new invention, Galileo was among the first to improve it for astronomical purposes.
  • 4. Galileo long observed the moon, and his detailed illustrations of its irregular surface were among the first to circulate in the academic world of the time, which believed the moon to have a perfectly flat surface, like all astronomical bodies.
  • 5. In the years, Galileo became progressively blind due to having long observed the sun through a monocular without proper protection.
  • 6. In this year, Galileo pointed a monocular to the sky for the first time.
17/01/2021

Nocturnal, Camden Lock

Sometimes the wind brings me
The notes of a flute or the scent of rain
And I dream to have you by my side
But I know that the ocean is keeping us apart.
 
I want to stay sat here for a while
To finish my glass
And to look at the boats, asleep
On the waters of the Regent's Canal
 
From here you can't hear the traffic
moving through the Camden High Street
Only the wind (that) brings me the voices of the men
Returning from the last pub.
 
The silence puts the city to sleep
And it cradles itself under the moon
It closes the eyes of the vagabonds
In their sleeping bags
Sheltered by Waterloo Bridge
 
It eases the sleep of the immigrants
With their unpacked luggages
In the dream it brings them back
There where their heart is
Among the streets of Dehli or Tralee
 
And I too send you a thought
And a wish of a good night sleep
But I wish that you could sit by my side
On the jetty of the Regent's Canal
 
I drink the last sip and go back
to the room that I've been calling home for a while
And I tread softly not to disturb
The city that keeps sleeping
 
The shops and the banks closed
The Northern Line silent and deserted
The whores at King's Cross
Finally without make-up
To enjoy the quiet
 
And I too fall asleep more calm
And I hope I will find you in my dreams
And that we'll walk hand in hand in the sun
On the rivers of the Regent's Canal
 
17/01/2021

You Vowed Till Death

You vowed till death,
    that, darling, be mine.
We came round both
    as soon as, grew mind.
 
We came round both
    as soon, comprehend,
That luck till death
    not happens, my friend.
 
Swan gently rocks
    in flames of water,
But swims to lands
    get feet on later.
 
Lonely, more once
    the water will shine.
Blinking night stars
    will look at her eye.
 
17/01/2021

The sun looks like rain

I'm leaving on the way.
I'm in no hurry to get there, no, no...
No time to stop either.
 
I just want to roll
I'm going with the wind behind me
He is pushing my walk
Because I'm just a kite
That with the evening goes.
And I go, because I am shadow and I am light.
And I go, because I am land and I am sea,
Because I am a cry to be heard,
Either beyond or here.
 
And why the sun looks like rain,
Sunflower green wheat,
The sun looks like rain,
Sunflower green wheat,
I have a plant and a blue dog,
I always water it and give it light.
We smoke together under the stars
Where there is no longer a crowd.