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Percorso – Path


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Percorso

Quante volte inciampo
cado e mi rialzo
Quante volte osservo
nell’intento di capire
Quante volte è il silenzio
a remare verso la riva attesa
Quante volte lascio cadere
antiche ombre e parole
Quante volte le ferite
riconducono la memoria
Quante volte per ricordare
il vivere l’adesso senza aspettative
Le mie mani sono vuote:
nulla da insegnare – tutto da apprendere

02.10.2013 Poetyca

Path

How many times I stumble
I fall and I rise
How many times I observe
in order to understand
How many times is the silence
rowing towards the shore waiting
How many times I drop
ancient shadows and words
How many times wounds
bring back the memory
How many times to remember
the live now without expectations
My hands are empty:
nothing to teach – everything to learn

02.10.2013 Poetyca

Rondine del tuo cielo – A swallow of your sky


🌼Rondine del tuo cielo🌼

E tu
stavi
contro
al muro
respirando
piano
per non fare
rumore
Era
tempesta
di emozioni
a tenere
imprigionato
il cuore
in attesa
di un aquilone
Ti voglio dire
– Sciogli le catene! –
per un destino nuovo
nella libertà
di essere
oltre le apparenze
rondine
del tuo cielo

10.10.2018 Poetyca
🌼🌿#Poetycamente

🌼A swallow of your sky

And you
that you were
against
at the wall
breathing
slowly
not to do
noise
It was
storm
of emotions
to hold
imprisoned
the heart
waiting
of a kite
I want to tell you
– Untie the chains! –
for a new destiny
in freedom
to be
beyond appearances
a swallow
of your sky

10.10.2018 Poetyca

Compagno di strada – Fellow traveler


Compagno di strada

C’è un cuore calpestato
senza più lacrime
derise e deluse
sono fuggite nell’abisso
C’è una solitudine riarsa
che stringe il pugno
nel silenzio che fa ombra
C’erano sorrisi
ora fuggiti via
C’erano giorni di sole
ora eclissati
C’erano sogni
ora trafitti
C’erano eterni attimi
che non ritrovi più
Glaciale il volto
della sconfitta
e l’anima dorme
nella prigione del silenzio
Neppure un urlo
scuote più il petto
e solo le maschere
di chi non comprende
riempiono gli occhi
di nuovo scherno

Scuote il capo
un vecchio cane
e con occhi umani
accompagna i passi
di chi non lo vede

04.11.2003 Poetyca

Fellow traveler

There is a heart trampled
no more tears
derided and disappointed
fled into the abyss
There is a parched solitude
clenching their fists
in the silence that casts a shadow
There were smiles
hours fled away
There were sunny days
hours eclipsed
There were dreams
pierced hours
There were moments eternal
not find more
Ice face
of defeat
and the soul sleeps
in the prison of silence
Not a scream
shakes more breast
and only masks
who does not understand
fill my eyes
again ridicule

He shakes his head
an old dog
and human eyes
accompanying steps
those who can not see

04.11.2003 Poetyca

Passo – Step


🌼Passo🌼

Passo lento
ed occhi attenti
senza fretta
in un percorso
senza tempo
Attesa viva
di parole
incise nel silenzio
perché tutto
sia adesso

01.10.2018 Poetyca
🌼🌿🏵️
🌼#Poetycamente
Step

Slow pace
and careful eyes
no hurry
in a path
timeless
Waiting alive
of words
he recorded in silence
because everything
be it now

01.10.2018 Poetyca

Soffi di meraviglia – Blow with wonder


🌸Soffi di meraviglia🌸

Erano nuvole
poi svanite
in un istante
a dare forma
ai sogni

Poi onde
stupite
tra i colori
evanescenti
di questo tramonto

05.03.2021 Poetyca
🌸🌿🌸#Poetycamente
🌸Blow with wonder

They were clouds
then fade away
in an instant
to give shape
to dreams

Then waves
amazed
between colors
evanescent
of this sunset

05.03.2021 Poetyca

Emozione regalata – Donated emotion


🏵️Emozione regalata🌼

Attesa palpitante
come farfalla
Sogno
in cerca di vita
Percorso
indissolubile
Tempesta
spettinata
Emozione
regalata

29.O9.2018 Poetyca
🌼🌿🌼
#Poetycamente
🌼Donated emotion

Throbbing waiting
like a butterfly
Dream
looking for life
Path
indissoluble
Storm
uncombed
Donated
emotion

29.O9.2018 Poetyca

Lune sul deserto – Moon over the desert


Lune sul deserto

Dervisci appaiono
danzatori d’anima
che girano in vorticoso palpito
di antiche storie

Magico l’incanto
che di Sufi conservano
ancestrali segreti

Questa notte raccoglie
lune sul deserto
per sciogliere illusioni

Ancora un passo
e tutto si trasforma
per tessere realtà del cuore

18.01.2006 Poetyca

Moon over the desert


Appear to Dervish
Dancers of the soul
turning in dizzying thrill
of old stories

The magical charm
Sufis maintain that
ancestral secrets

Tonight collects
moon over the desert
to dissolve illusions

One step
and everything is transformed
Weaving reality of the heart

18.01.2006 Poetyca

Emozioni – Emotions


🌸Emozioni🌸

Scintille di luce
sul buio di passi incerti
sono le emozioni.
Mai trattenute,
quelle espresse
e donate con semplicità.

05.03.2021 Poetyca
🌸🌿🌸#Poetycamente
🌸Emotions

Sparks of light
on the darkness of uncertain footsteps
are the emotions.
Never held back,
those expressed
and donate with simplicity.

05.03.2021 Poetyca

Apprendere – Learn – Buddha


🌸Apprendere🌸

“Niente se ne va
prima di averci insegnato
ciò che dobbiamo imparare.”

Buddha
🌸🌿🌸#pensierieparole
🌸Learn

“Nothing goes away
before teaching us
what we need to learn. ”

Buddha

Emozioni – Emotions


🌸Emozioni🌸

Scintille di luce
sul buio di passi incerti
sono le emozioni.
Mai trattenute,
quelle espresse
e donate con semplicità.

05.03.2021 Poetyca
🌸🌿🌸#Poetycamente
🌸Emotions

Sparks of light
on the darkness of uncertain footsteps
are the emotions.
Never held back,
those expressed
and donate with simplicity.

05.03.2021 Poetyca

Crosby e Nash In Concert


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Crosby & Nash sono un duo musicale statunitense composto da David Crosby e Graham Nash. I due artisti sono anche attivi assieme nel supergruppo Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young fin dalla fine degli anni ’60.

Come duo, Crosby & Nash hanno lavorato nel corso degli anni ’70 e nella prima metà degli anni 2000.

http://it.wikipedia.org/wiki/Crosby_%26_Nash

Crosby & Nash

In addition to solo careers and within the larger aggregate of Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young, the musical team of David Crosby and Graham Nash have performed and recorded regularly as a duo, mostly during the 1970s and the 2000s

After the success of Déjà Vu and the subsequent break-up of the quartet in the summer of 1970, all four members of CSNY released solo albums. Crosby’s If I Could Only Remember My Name and Nash’s Songs for Beginners appeared in 1971 and missed the top ten. That autumn, the two good friends toured together as an acoustic duo to favorable reviews, one night from which would be released twenty-seven years later as Another Stoney Evening. Consequently, in 1972 the two decided to record an album, resulting in Graham Nash David Crosby, which reached #4 on the Billboard 200, ensuring that the two were still a viable draw without the more successful Stills and Young. Further work together later in 1972 was precluded by Crosby’s participation in The Byrdsreunion album recording sessions. In 1973, the pair joined Neil Young for the tour that would result in his Time Fades Away album, Crosby collaborated with electronica artist and Grateful Dead associate Ned Lagin, and Nash recorded a second solo album, Wild Tales. During this time, singularly and together they contributed backing vocals to various albums by associates in the California rock scene, including Stephen Stills, Harvest, Late for the Sky, and Court and Spark.

In 1974, both dutifully joined the Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young reunion tour and attempt at the recording of a new album in Hawaii, sessions for which had continued in fits and starts after commencing in late 1973. After failing to complete an album Crosby and Nash signed a contract with ABC Records. Presumably for contractual obligations to their old label, the cassette and 8-track tape versions of their ABC LPs were issued by Atlantic. Recording activity yielded two albums in 1975 and 1976 respectively,Wind on the Water and Whistling Down the Wire. In that bicentennial year, Stephen Stills and Neil Young invited the duo to a recording session for their album Long May You Run. Crosby and Nash were forced to leave the recording session because they had time constraints to complete their second album for ABC Records, so Stills and Young wiped their vocals, releasing it as The Stills-Young Band. Crosby & Nash vowed not to work with either Stills or Young again, that oath lasting not even a year as they reconvened with Stills for the second Crosby Stills & Nash album in 1977.

ABC released four albums by Crosby & Nash prior to its being bought by the MCA conglomerate in 1979. In addition to the two abovementioned studio albums, the concert document Crosby-Nash Live appeared in 1977, with a compilation The Best of Crosby & Nash in 1978. All four albums featured their backing band The Mighty Jitters, consisting of Craig Doerge, Tim Drummond, Danny Kortchmar, Russ Kunkel, and David Lindley. Session bassist Leland Sklar alternated with Drummond in the studio, and the line-up of Doerge, Kortchmar, Kunkel, and Sklar had previously recorded as The Section, providing the back up for the first Crosby & Nash album on Atlantic. Depending upon availability of the various members, the twosome would either tour as a full-blown electric-based aggregation or in a semi-acoustic format with Doerge and Lindley. When CSN reunited on a more or less permanent basis in 1977, Doerge followed the group to Miami for the CSN sessions, contributing to several songs and collaborating on writing the song “Shadow Captain” with Crosby. Crosby and Doerge continued to collaborate regularly until the early 1990s.

In 1979, Crosby & Nash attempted a new album for Capitol Records, but sessions were dampened by Crosby’s increased dependence upon freebase cocaine. Sessions eventually appeared on Nash’s Earth & Sky without any songs from Crosby. Crosby’s problems during the 1980s with drugs, and his prison time, precluded any duo activity with Nash, the pair appearing on the CSN and CSNY albums of that decade. The 1990 CSN album Live It Up started as a Crosby & Nash record, but like its predecessorDaylight Again which was initially sessions for a Stills & Nash effort, Atlantic Records refused to release anything that didn’t include the full trio.

In 2004, Crosby & Nash released their first original studio record since 1976 with the double-album Crosby & Nash on Sanctuary Records, which featured backing mostly by members of Crosby’s band CPR. A single CD version was released in 2006 when CSNY began its “Freedom of Speech ’06” tour. On the Graham Nash box set Reflections, released in February 2009, the last track “In Your Name” was recorded on 21 October 2007 by the same band used for the 2004 Crosby & Nash album, including David Crosby on backing vocals.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Crosby_%26_Nash