Τρίτη, 3 Μαΐου 2011

Homeless in Athens



























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Ocean Will Be
by Gabriel Yacoub et Bruno Coulais

Even though voices be quiet, slumbering in deep-sea trenches
one can hear a rumbling thunder merging into the endless skies


dancing for joy
in a wind of splendour
that will keep blowing
for evermore


crawling through waves, pebbles and seaweed, entwined amongst the sand
shades of the unknown with no equation, shells on the wasteland
from the floor of the ocean, fathoms of greatness, a place where no man can be


the truth of the ocean
the open space
light out, wanderlust
for evermore


ancient monsters, fairy fish will arise from the dawn of time


restless souls of sailors of days gone-by keep wandering in liquid peace
deep in the dark, ploughing the sea, reach out to eternity
and none of them will call the beasts other than by their own true name


the widow will wait
for the sun to come out
the ocean will be
for evermore


ancient monsters, fairy fish will arise from the dawn of time
some of them threatened, some extinct, dissolved in mystery


shipwrecks and prayers
banners of old
storms and man
for evermore


ancient monsters, fairy fish will arise from the dawn of time
some of them threatened, some extinct, dissolved in mystery
many more will be spared to tell the endless tale of water and man
of giving and taking, teaching and learning, of hunters and of prey


dancing for joy
in a wind of splendour
that will be blowing
for evermore

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