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.. Sol o





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(I shall now leave some superfluous accompaniment.. I say this even though I love the musical portion  belowShakti dearly)








a solo
is what it is
does what it does
is a multiple of one
is multiple or one
it’s multinudenous
it is none (of the above)





( the mouth of a river, a star, an East/West fusion..  an “ancient child’s” solo – I leave you with the sound of Shakti to accompany its warm innocence)








.. Sol o



Pendular space
recycled cycles of time that bends
as we circle (our) emotive states of concentric consciousness (consciousnesses)
is ever moving.
East becomes West, West becomes East, but what of it?

That revolving yet ever changing river that is our existence
(that is our existance?) seems to pay little attention to detail.





(author’s note: the “solo” originally was only meant to be the photographic slideshow above,
but as always I’m easily sidetracked – thank you for your indulgence)










4 responses

  1. Pessoalmente prefiro presenciar este solo no meu silêncio, e sem palavras.. acrescentei-as por vício. Por este motivo, caso acharem bem ou tiverem tempo/paciência para tanto, sugiro assistirem ao dito “solo” em silêncio, e ignorando (pelo menos inicialmente) as minhas palavras (supérfluas). O Shakti (video musical) no entanto, e se puderem, ouçam numa segunda visita.

    Esta “actuação” foi “captada” no dia 20 de Janeiro passado.

    Tenham um bom dia (com calor na alma)

    (English * an additional note)

    Personally I prefer the “Solo” all on it’s own, with no words or sound. The Shakti however, if you have the time, I suggest you hear afterward (or on a second view of the pictures of the Sun’s dance)

    February 1, 2012 at 12:44 pm

    • Dear English speakers:

      I don’t know if you’re aware but the Portuguese word for SUN is “Sol”. It’s also the word for the musical note “G”
      (coincidentally or not, this “Solo”‘s location is the«Basilica da Estrela»
      – in Portuguese literally the “Star” Basilica (basilica/cathedral/church)
      – located at the apex of one of Lisbon’s 7 hills.
      – next to another powerful and telluric, though “younger” entity than the “Solo artist” present in this post, the Tagus River.

      Have a lovely day
      (thank you once again for reading and/or viewing)

      February 1, 2012 at 1:22 pm

  2. Present ….Kisses !

    February 2, 2012 at 2:41 pm

    • Oooooooh! 🙂
      obrigada – muitos para ti!

      February 3, 2012 at 11:14 pm

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