dissipation

 

      


 Répit

 Je le pense: ce monde a peu de réalité
 je suis fait des trous noirs de l'univers
 Parfois quelquefois, en quelque lieu
 d'un paysage bouge une splendeur devant soi
 qui repose là dans sa migration
 et l'amertume d'être un homme se dissipe

 - Gaston Miron (Poèmes épars)



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Au-dessus d’une rivière d’idées, sautant d’une pierre à l’autre pour essayer de la traverser:

 

crise
crise

 

La crise consiste justement dans le fait que l’ancien meurt et que le nouveau ne peut pas naître: pendant cet interrègne, on observe les phénomènes morbides les plus variés.

– Antonio Gramsci (cahiers de prison)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

“When a rainbow appears vividly in the sky,
you can see its beautiful colors,
yet you could not wear as clothing or put it on as an ornament.
It arises through the conjunction of various factors,
but there is nothing about it that can be grasped.
Likewise, thoughts that arise in the mind have no tangible existence
or intrinsic solidity.
There is no logical reason why thoughts, which have no substance,
should have so much power over you,
nor is there any reason why you should become their slave.”

– Dilgo Khyentse Rinpoche

 

 

Over a river of thoughts, jumping from one stone to another to try to cross it.

 

sans réponses

 

 

Mixed feelings made the fall.

 

 



Lyrics:

Dearest unbroken
My body is unspoken
How could I be loved?
Wake up in the morning
Feeling uncertain
At the burning old spot
For I remember
The courage I had as a child
Various colors I'm hiding inside
 
She's a rainbow
Ah...
She's a rainbow
Ah...
And I am a difficult man
And I am a difficult man
 
Baby I'm choking
My rhythm is smoking
I'm floating around
Shaking in the frozen
Earth that I've chosen
Surfing the clouds
For I remember
The joy I have had as child
Various colors I'm hiding inside
 
She's a rainbow
Ah...
She's a rainbow
Ah...
And I am a difficult man
And I am a difficult man
And I am a difficult man



 

Published by chameleoniantimes

Chameleonian Times, works by Helene Vanderhulst

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