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Air Ink – 

– MIT created with ink made from air pollution

Source: Air Ink –

Laura Nyro ” Up On The Roof ” (Studio Recording) – YouTube

Bamboo and Plum Blossom: T’ao Ch’ien (365-427)

T’ao Ch’ien (365-427)

Ninth Day, Ninth Month

Slowly autumn comes to an end.
Painfully cold a dawn wind thicks the dew.
Grass round here will not be green again,
Trees and leaves are already suffering.
The clear air is drained and purified
And the high white sky’s a mystery.
Nothing’s left of the cicada’s sound.
Flying geese break the heavens’ silence.
The Myriad Creatures rise and return.
How can life and death not be hard?
From the beginning all things have to die.
Thinking of it can bruise the heart.
What can I do to lighten my thoughts?
Solace myself drinking the last of this wine.
Who understands the next thousand years?
Let’s just make this morning last forever.

 

Source: Bamboo and Plum Blossom: T’ao Ch’ien (365-427)

A Scientific Review of French Polynesia’s Austral Islands

© Manu San Felix

The underwater marine ecosystem off Rapa, one of the Austral Islands.

A Scientific Review of French Polynesia’s Austral Islands.

EXPLICATION by Anne Boyer | a glimpse of

EXPLICATION |.

Hair – Air

I Turn off the Light by 장석남 Jang Seok-Nam

I Turn off the Light

When I turned off the light everything revived with open eyes; I was really afraid.
I shut my eyes.

As I grew up, when I turned off the light
nothing could be seen; that’s good.
Smiles may rise,
tears may suddenly emerge,
that’s good.
And then, after that,
finally turning on the light again,
all at once I’m already thirty, forty or fifty.

When I turn off the light
everything seems just like a pond;
embracing in my arms the air as it slips away,
like wild rose petals falling
I feel my pulse.

 

– 장석남  Jang Seok-Nam
Brother Anthony of Taizé, translation

from Nine poems by 3 Korean poets