Have you ever been introduced to a poignant and beautiful lullaby while reading a novel? And have you ever tried searching and listening to that music inscribed in such book? I was and I did.
Thanks to young Elio, the main character in the book Call Me By Your Name, for he introduced me to Fenesta Ca Lucive, an old, sad and touching Neapolitan song. As soon as I finished reading the pages where Fenesta Ca Lucive was penned, I dropped the book and took my Ipad. I searched the song and this is what it was…
Chiagneva sempe ca durmeva sola
Mo dorme co’ li muorte accompagnata
She always wept because she slept alone,
Now she sleeps among the dead
While listening to this beautiful lullaby, I took the book and re-read the portion where it was portrayed. The music gave a different sensation. It suddenly gave the novel I was reading a brighter color. Though, I don’t understand a single word of the song, the music is so haunting, it felt like I was in the streets of Rome witnessing the tenderness, passion and the imminent despair of the main character.
Kakaiba yung piling! Ang galing!
Its August 1
Let’s start August positive;
Let’s start August happy;
Let’s start August smiling;
Let’s start August animated;
Let’s start August hopeful;
Let’s start August inspired;
Let’s start August with a perfect gem; and,
Let’s start August In A Heart Beat
Have you lately been re-classifying people, re-assessing people or re-uniting with people? Watch this, it will make you hate people less.
squares: unknowingly and unfortunately, that’s were we put people
in what other squares do you belong?
It’s true and I definitely agree. There’s more that brings us together than what we think.