Când timpul se trezea prin ochii dimineţii
Oasele dimineţii trosneau
pe spatele curajului de a înfrunta
o nouă zi.
Urmele nopţii se topeau
în căldura şoaptelor lui
care aduceau un zâmbet
când rostea cu duioşie
Bună dimineaţa !
Privirile aruncate în tăcere
Despicau gândurile pe care
Tu sau eu
Le roteam pe degete.
Nu puteam să-mi imaginez
Cum pe coapsele frăgezite ale străzii,
Oamenii îşi abandonează sufletul,
Trecut ca o pală de vânt pe marginea zilei.
M-ai prins uşor de mână
şi închideai tainele scrisului în mine.
Aşteptam să ajung,
dar în paşii grăbiţi
mă întâmpinau stolurile
un rămas bun pe cerul deschis ca un felinar…
frunzele se desprindeau şi parcă aplaudau
mişcările maiestoase din aripile sidefate.
Era un spectacol al lor, al timpului, al toamnei,
dar şi al tău,
dimineaţa şi noaptea se întâlneau adesea
prin culoarea ochilor tăi.
Dacă la primul cuvânt…
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This was what I saw at the Hong Kong Government Offices at Central.
You could think of this as a temporary exhibit, as an example of public art.
Is there an artist claiming responsibility for this?
I’ll let the wall speak for itself.
All images taken with Contax TVS, loaded with Fuji S 400 film.
#ACSN2014 – Nice Post Loved the Film and the Actors. Thanks for sharing and all your likes on my posts. ED
Orignally Posted on October 12, 2012:
Two years before the movie Karate Kid came out at the movies in 1984, I had learned the secret of “Wax On, Wax Off”. One that made a significant difference to my Power Plant Janitorial Powers!
My Janitorial Master was Pat Braden. He is the same age as my father. As I mentioned in an earlier post, Pat Braden reminded me of a rounder version of Red Skelton:
Pat was one of the kindest people you would ever meet. He was the head janitor when I became a janitor at the Coal-Fired Power Plant. I had worked with him off and on during the 4 summers when I had worked as a summer help. So I was glad to actually be on his crew…
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