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Giotto je biblijske teme obrađivao na jednostavan način. Te slike su bile tople i lica nisu bila aristokratska. Simone Martini je u sceni Navještenja njih oboje prikazao u maniri kraljice i njenog dvorskog glasnika. Izvještačeni pokreti i gorde gospodske geste. Božansko je povezivao sa bogatstvom i društvenim statusom.
Što znači kada netko uputstva prati doslovno od koraka do koraka ali mu origami nikada ne ispada dobro? Da li postoji origami urok?
Danas bi neka budala mogla reći da to što ovdje nemam listu znači da isto tako ljudi inače ne mogu znati jesu li na mojoj listi dragih ljudi.

Ten Little Indians

Ten little Indians,
Standing in a line.
One stood looking at another man's wife,
Then there were nine.

Nine little Indians,
Their hearts were full of hate.
One took his neighbour's goods,
Then there were eight.

Eight little Indians,
They just got down from heaven.
One told a lie about another's best friend,
Then there were seven.

Seven little Indians,
All trying to get their kicks.
One thought he'd found another way to get to heaven,
Then there were six.

Six little Indians,
Trying to stay alive.
One took another's life,
Then there were five.

Five little indians,
All trying to find the door.
One pulled his mother down,
Then there were four.

Four little Indians,
All thinking that they gotta be free.
One little Indian forgot to say his prayers,
Then there were three.

Three little Indians,
Deciding what they're gonna have to do.
One took the name of God in vain,
Then there were two.

Two little Indians,
Thinking that they oughtta have some fun.
One took a liking to a picture of himself,
Then there was one.

One little Indian,
Out looking for the sun.
At six o'clock, the moon came out,
Then there was none.

Ovo je pjesma Harry Nilssona iz 1967. koja mi stalno svira na winampu. I u glavi.
Written in the style of a nursery rhyme, this song is about The Ten Commandments. The lyrics also parallel the nursery rhyme that was the basis for the Agatha Christie murder mystery also titled Ten Little Indians. In that story, ten strangers are invited to an island retreat only to be killed, one by one, in a manner similar to each verse of the nursery rhyme. (The last victim actually hangs herself, when she realizes she would be the logical prime suspect in the others' deaths.) The real killer turns out to be one of the earlier apparent victims, a vigilante who faked his own death to fool his remaining victims, then took his own life once he had succeeded in killing the others.

Post je objavljen 01.10.2007. u 17:29 sati.