It’s quite ironic that I considered moving to Canada because of their nice, cold weather while today in that country there has been the second day of the heatwave — the record temperature of 49.6C. Many sudden deaths happened in British Columbia today and if I lived there during such heat I would surely be among those unlucky.
So how exactly to think about bringing children to this world when the topic of climate change has been increasingly annoying and it seems that finally, we might even feel the real impact? The rising temperature everywhere around makes me a little…
First, I couldn’t sleep that night when I saw you
You were standing there, in front of me, we met in summer again
The pieces matched this time and the wind was right
We made it and reached the pick together
So relieved, this time
When you imagine the most beautiful picture
Can you see it too?
I think you knew we could get there
Me and you
But now you are gone
and this is why I really let myself get out of control
Not because of the stuff we’ve done
or the words that followed
“How do you keep it vertical when the wind blows? How to dance when the ground is burning? I struggle to feel myself for a moment. Punch me in the head, where is the short cut?”
This is a translation of a song that I heard yesterday. It quite resonated with me, as I’m an outcast who lives in a surreal world, mostly a very dark place, sometimes filled with some hope for better days. …
You might not pay attention to the people you pass on the street every day knowing that they are just like you, like the people you know, like the majority of society, normal citizens, with normal stories, dreams, and ideas. You might have passed by me many times without noticing, as there is nothing unusual in my appearance, you might think, a regular woman, around 30 years old. Whenever I pass you on the street though, I admire you, normal people, the majority of this society, regular citizens with regular jobs, problems and life. I wish that my existence was…
True to myself. Underground music and traumas of my life.