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At 12:55pm on February 26, 2012, leonardo martin negrin said…
At 3:21pm on November 8, 2010, G.P. said…
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HAPPY BIRTHDAY!
At 12:51pm on November 8, 2010, Maurício Veredas said…

At 2:39am on November 8, 2010, ❀●✿*Soul❀Flower*✿●❀ said…

At 11:28pm on June 12, 2010, Eva said…
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At 2:11pm on November 8, 2009, mutsch55 said…

At 6:45am on November 8, 2009, Shayo Sulbarán said…

Felizzzzzzzzzzzzzz cumpleaños amigo te deseo mucho amor , salud y prosperidad muchas bendiciones para ti.
Cariños
At 9:27pm on October 10, 2009, ljiljana said…
life is beautifull!!

love youuuuu
At 7:54am on September 5, 2009, David Sparenberg said…
BACH

What if
we set ourselves to move with Bach
like organ-clock or
flourished in the artful ragas of India
There is a style of complexity
that is as smooth as silken tapestry
And human sounds might
teach to angels a
music grace that
counters hate And we
to be that motion that
recreates the genius-complexity of wind and
ocean hallowed lifting
flesh to dance
our souls to harmony

Therein would end would surely end
anguish and the agony
suffering and the tyranny of war
No violence would from soundings such as this
be wrought No
further consequences sought -What
if
at close of day toward sojourn’s end
one sat to write within a
dairy’s treasured foliage on
yellowed-scarlet leaves of time
these words alone:
My life is as concerto – allegro allegretto
to adagio Or rag Or jazz
like Kara Johnstad’s Berlin Wall
as “Summer Knows”* and
I am morning’s violin
piano’s slow and wending curves
or evening sitar One
twilight that invites the light one
twilight ‘fore the blush of night one
sounding of love’s sacred heart One
organ-clock
…like JS Bach

David Sparenberg
4 September 2009


*”Summer Know” a recent recording by Jazz singer/songwriter Kara
Johnstad, who lives in Berlin and whose “Wall” is a wave of sound, not
cement, steel and wire to divide but vocals to carry the placard-songs
of a global invitation.
At 4:09am on August 13, 2009, Maria said…
OI Diogo\Yo soy de Bolivia y vivo en Canada, mais eu adoro o portugues... um abraco
Maria
Usted puede escribir en postugues, yo entiendo todo :)
At 6:19am on August 12, 2009, David Sparenberg said…
ANCIENT FIRES

Beyond the horizon
where naked skin of Earth
presses
naked skin of Sky
children of imagination are conceived
in intercourse of mystery.

Time curves…. Dragons
form circles
in bubbles of eternity.
The ageless shepherd of our shadows
enters the pasture
that was and was not green
before the birth of poetry. Dreamers

drunken in the breath
of dark divinity dream
in secret dramas of their souls. At
times wild cries out for wilderness.
Or meditations of a mountain’s crest
become light’s prayer
in hearts of darkness.

Creation consents…. Nomads
bearing gypsy tents
thirst for twilight. Ancient
fires in books of alchemy. Riddles
of each night. The longest
word in life… is “Yes.”

David Sparenberg
11 August 2009
At 1:23am on August 9, 2009, Shayo Sulbarán said…

Diogo!! hug and kissssssss
At 12:42pm on August 8, 2009, ljiljana said…
helloooooooo!!! i am joy for see you dear friend!! this day i am busy with painting my home,but nice be rainbow tooo!!! hahahga!! and my hair never wos so colorit like now!! hahaha!! love you dear Diogo!! hug and kissssssss
At 6:35pm on August 6, 2009, David Sparenberg said…
On my side of the planet, morning of August 6, Hiroshima Day, the date on which the black rain of overshadowing omnicide first feel upon the Earth…

LISTEN

You’re not listening
Sky is falling
You’re not listening
Sea is rising
In tempest-rage

You are not listening, no
And the angel of death
Comes on
Like rolling thunder
Earth is eaten away – this place
Now

This is a terrible moment
In the valley of tears
In a time of tribulation
Terrible, it is terrible I say
Truly terrible
When truth is at risk
And the heart and lungs
On all sides
There is betrayal
And everywhere, everywhere
In the eyes and mouths - poisons
Now, not before
Not after – Look – be sensitive

The ecstatic flame of angel
With the eyes of crucifixion
The one crucified
This

This is when the senses
(And the soul
Housed, ecosophic, inside the body)
Need to be alert
When choices are monumental
When life, all of life, life is in the balance

Answer this:

Do you need to
Hear the sirens screaming?
Do you need to
Witness the perfect storm?
To feel black rain, as in
August ’45? Does

Creation need to split apart for you and
Death weld together for faith
Dead Earth, dust
And deadly sky?

Where are you, where really
When I turn to look around
When I search to hear your footsteps
Feel you breathing
Do you dare to know
We-you and I-we are still alive?
There is difference
Life is on one hand, death on the other
Different
To live and die
Than to live for death, to
Be death’s ambassador,
The pallbearer, the anguished who
Tore the puzzle apart, flung it, pieces
Into furnace—end stop, endgame, ominous
Into oblivion

Answer to that – know it
Know (no), know
Your answer will be binding
Wait, wait, wait then… wait I beg you

For here there is love
There is
God in the shape of prayer still
And that is Kingdom
Blessed
Are the peacemakers, the
Earth-walkers
The brave who

Turn aside to feel the heartthrob, heartache of the world, to

Hear a teardrop fall
In velvet morning, an
Angel sigh despair, a newborn
Cry in the blood pool of life
To share, to taste, to give, to take
Our common bread
Our days

Body
Holy
Flame
Cross

He walks upon the water
In a wounded whisper
Word
From mouth to ear
Far off and near
The sound
Of spreading morning

Star fallen
On Hiroshima and the end
Star of Bethlehem!

Listen…

It is not prosperity
That the midnight bells are swelling
But Christ Mass and the dove
The dove
The dove of now

Peace – the cleansing rain

Listen…
Hush, be gentle, gentle I beg you
Listen…

Christmas Eve, 24 December 2007

from HEALING, A Book of Poetry by David Sparenberg
At 6:51pm on August 2, 2009, David Sparenberg said…
Sunday morning, to one and all: Peace within & peace to share…

MEDICINE DREAM

I have a dream:

at the center of the dream
is circling ocean
in the center of the ocean
is turtle island
at the center of the island
is vision mountain
in the center of the mountain
is healing crystal
at the center of the crystal
is sacred light
in the center of the light
i sit dreaming

I have a dream:

i dream i am a tree
my roots spread out
beside a place of water
in sunlight
my branches turn to fire
my leaves are prayers of smoke
my heart beats like a drum
inside a stone of power

I have a dream:

my dream is at the center
of great silence
here at the center
i sit dreaming

from HEALING, A Book of Poetry by David Sparenberg
At 6:32pm on August 2, 2009, Abz said…
You know english, brilliantly Diogo... I would love you to email me recipes... my addy is Abbey@danesdownunder.com ... Yes I am australian... very much so... I dont blog here as there are so many it is confusing for me but no i didnt know of the mepace site u talk of... I have a middle east/palestinian site

http://peaceforpalestine.ning.com/

sorry i havnt been on here lately but Im just getting used to this forma
At 2:52am on July 31, 2009, Michael C. Dewey said…
At 4:18pm on July 29, 2009, Clicia Pavan said…
Diogo
Friend leave a message on my blog
http://www.ipeace.me/profiles/blogs/love-is-the-spring-that-moves?id=2217368% 3ABlogPost% 3A1753936 & page = 3 # comments
love,love
Namaste
At 3:00am on July 29, 2009, Rita said…
Olá Diogo.
Já estou inscrita na marcha mundial!!!!!!!!!!!! Obrigado pela mensagem tenho divulgado todos os emails e noticias que recebo da organização, neste momento estou na FLorida, e nem sei se na altura da marcha estarei por ai ou por cá.
Mas vamo-nos mantendo em contacto,
abraço
Rita
At 2:12pm on July 27, 2009, Abz said…
PS... I'd also like to learn of your food and recipes//lol

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