This blog is about "Sunkmanitutanka Nagi". I hope he will see.


Now the Sirens have a still more fatal weapon than their song, namely their silence. And though admittedly such a thing has never happened, still it is conceivable that someone might possibly have escaped from their singing; but from their silence certainly never.
F.Kafka "The Silence of the Sirens"

8/11/08

When you remember who I am just call...

My ghost is out again
sleevless wondering on Earth...
Who are you?
Who am I to cross the World?

A girl who lies
believes her dreams and cross the skies...
Into shadows I do ride
and wait for long time...

Where has my lover gone?
Near the ghost shall I lay
plant a tree for just to grow
Cover my grave with your shadow
and let me pray for your heart...

There was a dream
that once was mine...
Mixed up with words
that liked to hide
Why has my lover gone?
When he'll remember I will be lost
next to the branches all will be gone..

4 σχόλια:

Dreamcatcher είπε...

Εδώ κολλάει ο στίχος από Dido "No eartly ships will ever bring him home again". Με λίγη υπομονή θα δεις πως για να την "έκανε με ελαφρά ο lover" μάλλον δεν του άξιζες

Do you dare to wish? είπε...

Κι ίσως πρόσθετα "I've no tears left to cry...Must I stay here in hell?
Lord above, let me die!
Lovers need nothing more
Just a new dream each day...
Will the shouts and the bells
Bring him back to my arms!"

(Edith Piaff - Heaven Have Mercy)

skouliki είπε...

οτι απο την μοιρα του φευγει δεν ειναι το καρμα μας ...

panoulis37 είπε...

ένα ακόμα όμορφο κειμενάκι