Posts Tagged ‘biography’

El día de hoy / MOBY, Find my baby

30 August 2021

twitter: @eugenio_fouz

wo

_

1629889661095

_

Hace dos días empecé a interesarme por la música de Moby. Viajábamos en coche de regreso a casa y mi hijo eligió unas canciones. Me llamó la atención la letra reiterativa, y el ritmo pegadizo. Hoy he estado buscando MOBY en @google y acabo de descubrir a un artista, a Richard Melville.

**

Moby, Find my baby

@YouTube video, 3:09 mins

LYRICS

MOBY

Find  my baby

[Refrain]
I’m gonna find my baby, whoo!
Before the sun goes down
I’m gonna find my baby, whoo!
Before the sun goes down
I’m gonna find my baby, whoo!
Before the sun goes down

I’m gonna find my baby, whoo! (Ah, ah)
Before the sun goes down (Ah, yeah-yeah!)
I’m gonna find my baby, whoo! (Ah, ah)
Before the sun goes down (Ah, yeah-yeah!)

I’m gonna find my baby, whoo!
Before the sun goes down
I’m gonna find my baby, whoo!
Before the sun goes down
I’m gonna-

I’m gonna find my baby, whoo!
Before the sun goes down
I’m gonna-

I’m gonna find my baby, whoo! (Ah, ah)
Before the sun goes down (Ah, yeah-yeah!)
I’m gonna find my baby, whoo! (Ah, ah)
Before the sun goes down (Ah, yeah-yeah!)

I’m gonna find my baby, whoo! (I’m gonna find my baby, whoo!)
Before the sun goes down (Before the sun goes down)
I’m gonna find my baby, whoo! (I’m gonna find my baby, whoo!)
Before the sun goes down (Before the sun goes down)

I’m gonna find my baby, whoo! (Ah, ah)
Before the sun goes down (Ah, yeah-yeah!) (I’m gonna find my baby)
I’m gonna find my baby, whoo! (Ah, ah)
Before the sun goes down (Ah, yeah-yeah!) (I’m gonna find my baby)

I’m gonna find my baby, whoo!
Before the sun goes down

*

Moby (Richard Melville Hall)

Richard Melville

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Moby

@Wikipedia

__

1630250287596

-Kate Beckinsale, British actress-

The kiss of Patricia Charbonneau / “Men can cry. Women can watch porn”

26 July 2021

twitter: @eugenio_fouz

DH-color-slide004.jpg 

Patricia Charbonneau (left) & Helen Shaver (right)

Patricia Charbonneau is one of the hottest actresses of the world in all senses

*

American actress, Patricia Charbonneau

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Patricia_Charbonneau

-via @Wikipedia-

charbonneau

**

Desert Hearts (Dir. Donna Deitch, 1985)

a passionate love story between two women

based on the novel written by Jane Rule, “Desert of the Heart

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Desert_Hearts

-via @Wikipedia-

__

Men can cry. Women can watch porn …

1627122427901

-@Instagram-

**

the kiss

@YouTube, 1:53 mins

__

1627136510141

-@tumblr-

__

“After a great pain, a formal feeling comes” (Emily Dickinson)

20 July 2021

twitter: @eugenio_fouz

1626540376626

-@Twitter-

__

After great pain, a formal feeling comes – (372)
BY EMILY DICKINSON
After great pain, a formal feeling comes –
The Nerves sit ceremonious, like Tombs –
The stiff Heart questions ‘was it He, that bore,’
And ‘Yesterday, or Centuries before’?

The Feet, mechanical, go round –
A Wooden way
Of Ground, or Air, or Ought –
Regardless grown,
A Quartz contentment, like a stone –

This is the Hour of Lead –
Remembered, if outlived,
As Freezing persons, recollect the Snow –
First – Chill – then Stupor – then the letting go –

 

1626754789828

-@tumblr-

biography of Emily Dickinson

-poetry foundation. org-

https://www.poetryfoundation.org/poets/emily-dickinson

*

Ernesto Cardenal

19 July 2021

twitter: @eugenio_fouz

E C

[Ernesto Cardenal, Catholic priest and poet]

biography 

-poetryfoundation.org-

Ernesto Cardenal
1925–2020
“Ernesto Cardenal was born in Granada, Nicaragua and attended both the University of Mexico and Columbia University in New York City. A former Catholic priest who studied in Kentucky with the scholar, poet, and Trappist monk Thomas Merton, Cardenal was involved in the tumultuous political scene in Nicaragua, and Central America generally, since the 1960s. He was the Minister of Culture in Nicaragua from 1979 to 1988—a post for which he was publically reprimanded by the Vatican—and co-founded the Casas de las Tres Mundos, a literary and cultural organization based in Nicaragua. Cardenal recognized that poetry and art are closely tied to politics, and used his poetry to protest the encroachments of outsiders in Nicaragua, supporting the revolution that overthrew President Somoza in 1979. Cardenal continued to be a political figure both in Nicaragua and abroad. He criticized the ruling government in Nicaragua, and the current incarnation of the Sandinista Party. An active reader of his own work, Cardenal spent much of his time traveling to give readings and talks, and was described as “a kind of international ambassador” by Richard Elman in The Nation.”

(…)

https://www.poetryfoundation.org/poets/ernesto-cardenal

*

Poemas del alma (E. Cardenal)

https://www.poemas-del-alma.com/ernesto-cardenal.htm

*

El Oficio Nocturno

ERNESTO CARDENAL

2 AM. Es la hora del Oficio Nocturno, y la iglesia
en penumbra parece que está llena de demonios.
Esta es la hora de las tinieblas y de las fiestas.
La hora de mis parrandas. Y regresa mi pasado.
‘Y mi pecado está siempre delante de mí’

Y mientras recitamos los salmos, mis recuerdos
interfieren el rezo como radios y como roconolas.
Vuelven viejas escenas de cine, pesadillas, horas
solas en hoteles, bailes, viajes, besos, bares.
Y surgen rostros olvidados. Cosas siniestras.
Somoza asesinado sale de su mausoleo. (Con
Sehón, rey de lo amorreos, y Org, rey de Basán).
Las luces del ‘Copacabana’ rielando en el agua negra
del malecón, que mana de las cloacas de Managua.
Conversaciones absurdas de noches de borrachera
que se repiten y se repiten como un disco rayado.
Y los gritos de las ruletas, y las roconolas.
‘Y mi pecado está siempre delante de mí’

Es la hora en que brillan las luces de los burdeles
y las cantinas. La casa de Caifás está llena de gente.
Las luces del palacio de Somoza están prendidas.
Es la hora en que se reúnen los Consejos de Guerra
y los técnicos en torturas bajan a las prisiones.
La hora de los policías secretos y de los espías,
cuando los ladrones y los adúlteros rondan las casas
y se ocultan los cadáveres. Un bulto cae al agua.
Es la hora en que los moribundos entran en agonía
La hora del sudor en el huerto, y de las tentaciones.
Afuera los primeros pájaros cantan tristes,
llamando al sol. Es la hora de las tinieblas.
Y la iglesia está helada, como llena de demonios,
mientras seguimos en la noche recitando los salmos.

__

-@tumblr-

flowers

Captura de pantalla 2021-07-18 a las 18.28.12

En Twitter: El Mundo Today, @elmundotoday, 16.07.2021

*

Always search for context

16 July 2019

twitter: @eugenio_fouz

 

Always

Search

4

Context

(biography, history, readings, family, geography, writings)

*

see card (@canva)

#PDF G-Drive

https://tinyurl.com/y5whn5rc

“The Lady’s Yes” (Elizabeth B. Browning)

8 June 2019

twitter: @eugenio_fouz

Elizabeth B. Browning

The Lady’s Yes

ELIZABETH BARRETT BROWNING

“” ” Yes !” I answered you last night ;

” No !” this morning, Sir, I say !

Colours, seen by candle-light,

Will not look the same by day.

When the tabors played their best,

Lamps above, and laughs below —

Love me sounded like a jest,

Fit for Yes or fit for No !

Call me false, or call me free —

Vow, whatever light may shine,

No man on your face shall see

Any grief for change on mine.”

(…)

Read the complete poem here:

#PDF G-Drive

https://tinyurl.com/y3ql74ue

**

E. B. Browning´s biography (@Wikipedia)

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Elizabeth_Barrett_Browning

*


Journalism As Literature

A graduate seminar at the University of Florida

Suspendermen

Elements of True Gentlemen

El Lobo está aquí

Disentería literaria

Garrafablog

El primer blog de Garrafón en habla hispana

A Guy's Moleskine Notebook

Books. Reflections. Travel.

efnotebloc

crear siempre, aprender y guardar la llama