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terça-feira, março 28, 2006

Rádio Pirata do Ar #32

Este texto é sobre poesia e tem duas citações. A primeira, de Robert Musil - um homem com/sem qualidades (riscar o não interessa), é um graffiti contra algumas perguntas dos manuais de Língua Portuguesa e suponho que de outros idiomas também. A segunda citação pertence a um tal de Neil, rapaz do Michigan que, provavelmente, nunca será um grande vulto da literatura mundial mas que se diverte a simular diálogos do Messenger. Para quem desconfia, sejamos explícitos: o b-site orgulha-se de juntar, de novo, o sagrado e o profano. Mais do que isso, reparem:

Para quem sabe quem foi Musil mas desconhece o que seja o Messenger: http://messenger.msn.com/Xp/Default.aspx.

Para quem já usou o Messenger e n sabe q cena é musil mas ker saber:
http://www.xs4all.nl/~jikje/New/about.html

E por fim, já é tempo, as citações:

«What the poem is about is that which can only be expressed in the poem» - Robert Musil, Diaries.

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FluFFaYgoAt (8:55:16 PM): A villanelle has six sets of verses. The first five sets have three lines per verse.The sixth verse has four lines. The structure of the first five verses is first and third lines end with rhyming words. The second lines throughout the first five verses rhyme in their ending words. The sixth verse has four lines and the first, third and fourth lines all rhyme with the first and last lines of the other five verses. The second line rhymes with the second line of the first five verses.
banerfee (8:55:53 PM): Wow.
FluFFaYgoAt (8:55:56 PM): yeah.
FluFFaYgoAt (8:55:58 PM): its crazy.
banerfee (8:56:05 PM): ...I always thought poets were silly
FluFFaYgoAt (8:56:17 PM): but now you know theyre obsessive compulsive, too?
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Daniel M.