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quinta-feira, fevereiro 15, 2007

Sólarkaffi




on the earth’s part
all days start beautifully
patiently it revolves and revolves
with its trees and oceans and lakes
deserts and volcanoes
the two of us and the rest of you
and all the animals.

Pétur Gunnarsson
(poeta islandês)


O sol regressou à Islândia. Depois do inverno, dos dias cheios de noite, os islandeses voltam a receber o sol, com panquecas e café, momento que se celebra todos os anos nas zonas mais rurais do país. Um ritual que junta as famílias para festejar os primeiros vinte minutos de sol do ano.