sexta-feira, 27 de outubro de 2017

SYLVIA PLATH A TED HUGHES


A Dança das Feridas, Edição do autor, capa de Maria João Lopes Fernandes, composição de Pedro Serpa, Janeiro de 2011, p. 97 (esgotado). Clique na imagem para ver melhor. Em alternativa, poderá ler o poema aqui. 

4 comentários:

Marina Tadeu disse...

Perfeitamente encarnado.

hmbf disse...

Azul.

Carlos Ramos disse...

Gosto muito e disto também.


I wish I had a Sylvia Plath
Busted tooth and a smile
And cigarette ashes in her drink
The kind that goes out and then sleeps for a week
The kind that goes out on her
To give me a reason, for well, I dunno

And maybe she'd take me to France
Or maybe to Spain and she'd ask me to dance
In a mansion on the top of a hill
She'd ash on the carpets
And slip me a pill
Then she'd get pretty loaded on gin
And maybe she'd give me a bath
How I wish I had a Sylvia Plath

And she and I would sleep on a boat
And swim in the sea without clothes
With rain falling fast on the sea
While she was swimming away, she'd be winking at me
Telling me it would all be okay
Out on the horizon and fading away
And I'd swim to the boat and I'd laugh
I gotta get me a Sylvia Plath

And maybe she'd take me to France
Or maybe to Spain and she'd ask me to dance
In a mansion on the top of a hill
She'd ash on the carpets
And slip me a pill
Then she'd get pretty loaded on gin
And maybe she'd give me a bath
How I wish I had a Sylvia Plath
I wish I had a Sylvia Plath

Ryan Adams - "sylvia plath"

hmbf disse...

Conheço essa. É do único álbum dele que tenho.