VECCHIE POESIE, MA SEMPRE ATTUALI

A Song of Lust (La giostra della Lussuria) Scritto da © Carlo Gabbi – Dom, 20/02/2011 – 11:21 Dedicata a gio Questa è la mia libera versione della tua poesia “La Giostra della Lussuria” THE SONG OF LUST Are victims and tormentors Dancing the song of Lust Will be passions Holding your destiny Magnetically inContinue reading “VECCHIE POESIE, MA SEMPRE ATTUALI”

The Gypsy Wagons – Conclusion

Part 9 Conclusion          Weeks passed rapidly and Joko became weaker, consumed by the illness that was destroying him. No longer was he the strong man of the past. The old remedies used by his people, beverages made with medicinal herbs collected in the forest, could not help him to regain the lost vitality. ForContinue reading “The Gypsy Wagons – Conclusion”

The Gypsy Wagons – Part 7

Part 7       Ravnos was one of Andalusia’s Gypsies that Ida had met the previous week, and on that occasion, the young Gitano kept constant eye contact with her.      “He is really handsome,” she thought “It would be fun to meet him again.”         Ravnos had been in the past a professional FlamingoContinue reading “The Gypsy Wagons – Part 7”

The Gypsy Wagons – Part 7

Part 7       Ravnos was one of Andalusia’s Gypsies that Ida had met the previous week, and on that occasion, the young Gitano kept constant eye contact with her.      “He is really handsome,” she thought “It would be fun to meet him again.”         Ravnos had been in the past a professional FlamingoContinue reading “The Gypsy Wagons – Part 7”

The Gypsy Wagons – Part 4

Part 4        Lake Balaton, in North-West Hungary, was chosen by the Gypsies to set up their winter camp. It was strategically located with many villages nestling around the lake offering the nomads food and work.       Winter for the Gypsies has always been a critical season, and many times to survive, some gypsies feltContinue reading “The Gypsy Wagons – Part 4”

The Gypsy Wagon – Part 3

Part 3        Gypsies are used to communal life. Women attended to the children, collected wood and lit fires. They also erected tripods, holding a chain to hang over the fire cast-iron pots cooking stews and broth of rabbits, hare, deer, ticked trout, and wild boar.        In their cooking they used a traditional centuries-oldContinue reading “The Gypsy Wagon – Part 3”

The Gypsy Wagons – Part 2

Part 2          For centuries Gypsies have been nomadic. A documented history doesn’t exist, because Gypsies never had a written language. Their past is full of legends, distorted in time with the continuous passing of word of mouth, from father to son. They have been nomadic since history exist, and through time they never beenContinue reading “The Gypsy Wagons – Part 2”