Eterna aprendiz

Não existe nada mais fatal para o pensamento que o ensino das respostas. Para isso existem as escolas: não para ensinar as respostas, mas para ensinar as perguntas. As repostas nos permitem andar sobre terra firme. Mas somente as perguntas nos permitem entrar pelo mar desconhecido" (Rubem Alves)

domingo, julho 17, 2005

Não apague as pessoas

Não apague pessoas da sua vida
Como se fosse um rascunho na lousa;
Pode ser que o pó da saudade
Se misture com lágrimas e
Essa dor nunca traga a pessoa de volta.
Há momentos na vida
Que nos sentimos o pó do giz que rascunha na lousa...
Damos-nos conta que não somos um rascunho,
Somos sentimentos,
Vida...
Choramos a saudade,
O pó de giz faz uma pasta
Então nos vemos "obrigados" a lavar a face de lágrimas;
O acalento devagarinho chega,
A saudade passa,
A distância aumenta...

Bom começo de semana para todos vocês!

2 Comments:

At julho 19, 2005 5:50 PM, Anonymous O Curador da Galeria said...

Cara linda
Não me apague nem me esconda o seu conhecimento dos projectos FURTO e SEU JORGE.

:)

beijos

 
At julho 20, 2005 12:52 PM, Blogger Francisca said...

Meu caro,
That´s all I know.
Saiu no New York Times neste domingo:

By BEN RATLIFF
Published: July 17, 2005

Seu Jorge
The Brazilian actor who played Knockout Ned in "City of God" and the singing sailor Pelé dos Santos - perpetually breaking into David Bowie tunes with roundabout Portuguese translations - in "The Life Aquatic" has made his second album, "Cru." It's impossibly likable. Mr. Jorge doesn't have the greatest voice - it is deep, droopy, quavery and half-swallowed, and can fall off pitch. But he is one of the few examples of an actor who uses an actor's tools to make a singing performance work, as opposed to just trying to impersonate a good singer. In a samba-funk version of Serge Gainsbourg's "Chatterton," he tries to make his deep voice as raspy as Gainsbourg's, until he has a coughing fit, then turns his voice into a squeak. But it's not just a hipster comedic act, keeping you at a distance: on a few gorgeous ballads by the young songwriter Robertinho Brant, he transmits deeper emotion as if he doesn't care how it sounds - which, of course, makes you need to hear it again. Great production, too: simple, funky where it needs to be, bare-bones to let the ballads get through more clearly. "Cru" appears in the United States (on the Wrasse label) Sept. 6; it's out in Europe already, on the hip French label Naïve and the British label Beleza, and available at http://www.dustygroove.com/.

 

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