twisting to the sun and the moon

i like these things.
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what Calypso told me this afternoon verbatim.

what Calypso told me this afternoon verbatim.

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oh jetfly…

oh jetfly…

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apoetreflects:

LXIV
     ¿Conoces los invisibles hiladores de los sueños?Son dos: la verde esperanza y el torvo miedo.     Apuesta tienen de quiénhile más y más ligero,ella, su copo dorado; él, su copo negro.     Con el hilo que nos dan tejemos, cuando tejemos.
LXIV
     Do you know the invisiblespinners of dreams?They are two: fresh hope and shifty-eyed fear.     They’ve a wager as to who will spin fastest and most—  its gold ball, hope; its black one, fear.     We weave with the thread we are given, when we weave.
—Antonio Machado, from “41 proverbios y cantares” (“41 Proverbs and Song-verse”)  Antonio Machado: Selected Poems (Harvard University Press, 1982), translated by Alan S. Trueblood.

apoetreflects:

LXIV

     ¿Conoces los invisibles
hiladores de los sueños?
Son dos: la verde esperanza
y el torvo miedo.
     Apuesta tienen de quién
hile más y más ligero,
ella, su copo dorado;
él, su copo negro.
     Con el hilo que nos dan
tejemos, cuando tejemos.

LXIV

     Do you know the invisible
spinners of dreams?
They are two: fresh hope
and shifty-eyed fear.
     They’ve a wager as to who
will spin fastest and most—
its gold ball, hope;
its black one, fear.
     We weave with the thread we are given,
when we weave.

—Antonio Machado, from “41 proverbios y cantares” (“41 Proverbs and Song-verse”)  Antonio Machado: Selected Poems (Harvard University Press, 1982), translated by Alan S. Trueblood.


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apoetreflects:

XXXVI
  No es el you fundamental eso que busca el poeta, sino el tú esencial.
XXXVI
   It’s not the basic I that the poet is after but the essential you.
—Antonio Machado, from Antonio Machado: Selected Poems (Harvard University Press, 1982), translated by Alan S. Trueblood.

apoetreflects:

XXXVI

  No es el you fundamental
eso que busca el poeta,
sino el tú esencial.

XXXVI

   It’s not the basic I
that the poet is after
but the essential you.

—Antonio Machado, from Antonio Machado: Selected Poems (Harvard University Press, 1982), translated by Alan S. Trueblood.


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onyxearth:

National Geographic  April  1977

onyxearth:

National Geographic  April  1977

(Source: forages, via )


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hannahjarvie:

texturism: potholes filled w yarn by juliana santacruz herrera

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doctorwho:

Very sound advice!

doctorwho:

Very sound advice!

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