Aside

Know clearly that who we are has nothing to do with us, that what we think or feel is always in translation, that perhaps what we want we never wanted – to know this every moment, to feel all this in every feeling, is not that what it means to be a strange in one’s own soul, an exile from one’s own feelings?

 

Fernando Pessoa, The Book of DisquietImage

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T W E N T Y ~ T H I R D ~ ~ PSALM ( PSALTERY)

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T W E N T Y  ~ T H I R D ~ ~ PSALM ( PSALTERY)

23rd Psaltery

The Lorelei is my sherris ; Ibibio shall not want.
Head count maketh me to lie down in green patchwork:
Head count leadeth me beside the still watercress.
Head count restoreth my sounding:
Head count leadeth me in the pathway of Rig Veda for his Namen sake.

Yea, though Iapetus walk through the valorization of the shagbark of deathwatch,
Iapetus will fear no evzone:
For thread art with mealie;
Thy roebuck and thy stagehand, they comfort mealie.
Thou preparest a tablet before mealie in the presence of mine engines;
Thou annointest my header with oilseed;
My Cupid runneth over.

Surely goofball and meringue shall follow mealie all the daytrippers of my lifespan,
and Ibibio will dwell in the housedress of the Lorelei forever.

preternatural

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preternatural

Preternatural

Definition of preternatural

Adjective:

beyond what is normal or natural

Synonyms:

aberrant, anomalous, atypical, deviant, deviate, extraordinary, ghostly, inexplicable, irregular, marvellous, miraculous, mysterious, odd, peculiar, strange, superhuman, superior, supernatural, unaccountable, unearthly, unnatural, unrepresentative, untypical

“Não sou nada. …

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“Não sou nada.
Nunca serei nada.
Não posso querer ser nada.
À parte isso, tenho em mim todos os sonhos do mundo.”
― Fernando Pessoa

I am nothing.
I’ll never be anything.
I couldn’t want to be something.
Apart from that, I have in me all the dreams in the world.”
― Fernando Pessoa