Wednesday, 18 February 2009

civilização e barbárie [ima & mimi]



CIVILIZAÇÃO E BARBÁRIE

 Michèle Sato - texto
Imara Quadros - imagem


 

é possível a brutalidade do arame
é possível a delicadeza da planta

 

nas diversas opiniões políticas
as discórdias, a ambição e o trabalho
o constitutivo do acaso
a busca pela estética da vida

 

é possível a civilização
é possível a barbárie

 

há dias que a vida se esgota
no dia seguinte da festa
quando a viola de cocho descansa
e o congo deita em sonhos

 

é possível o silenciar de pássaros
é possível o revoar no inefável

 

nestes labirintos hoje vazios
mas tão cheios de marcas,
a leitura dos símbolos
não quer deixar tudo sem graça

 

é possível a poesia
é possível a esperança

.:*..*

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17 comments:

IMARA QUADROS said...

Uma pessoa, um filme e um artigo...
Outra pessoa...a leitura, o toque, um desenho e a poesia...
...Arte!!!!

Um bjão Mimi!

Michèle Sato said...

duas pessoas... aprendizagens, carinhos, ciência, artes, VIDA!!!

te amo, ima!
*

João Soares said...

Olá Mimi
Por aqui? Que maravilha!
Já te estou seguindo.
Um beijão

virgínia além mar- peixe voador said...

só agora descobri este blog
pela Sonia Palma ,
que prazer Michèle
reler-te para decorar-te e aminha alma , adorável Michèle e Imara
abraços afetuosos
tua vica além mar

Michèle Sato said...

Querido JÃO
Querida VICA

um enorme prazer entrar aqui e encontrá-los, assim de repente, ao acaso poético que me guiou em encontrar vcs...

MUITO OBRIGADA pela visita!
BEIJOS ENORMES
*

Sonia Palma said...

Passei pelo blog para postar, mas também vi quanta novidade linda tem nele.
Parabéns às duas arteiras queridas!

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