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Sat Sep 19, 2020, 04:19 AM

Castellanos: 'The River of the Seven Stars'

Evencio Castellanos~'El Río de las Siete Estrellas (The river of the seven stars)'

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Response to sprinkleeninow (Original post)

Sat Sep 19, 2020, 05:07 AM

1. Thank you. Que belleza. Had a late cup of tea, now unable to sleep

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..just skimming DU for news, events of the day; art, music, travel to pass the time--it's 3am classical music always relaxes me--earlier this evening [well yesterday] was out looking up at the clear night sky..with stars twinkling bright while listening to Bach, Schubert's Ave Maria--

- finally sleep has come again. Good night y paz.

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Response to RestoreAmerica2020 (Reply #1)

Sat Sep 19, 2020, 05:53 AM

2. And thank YOU. I'm sitting on the edge of the bed about to roll over.

Dealing with a bad case of poison ivy. But I got responses and advice for non- traditional treating. Non-doctor. 🙂

I always drink caffeinated tea and then I'm wired for sound. 😄

And paz be to you also. 💙

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Sat Sep 19, 2020, 06:32 AM

3. Poison ivy! Ay..went back and edit original post..link to

Schubert's Ave Maria cello and violin forgot to add plus Pachelbel Canon D my favorite because was my introduction to the arts--first classical composition I heard way back [as a teen[ changed my entire view of the world-- literally opened the universe to me.

Then I heard Beethocen's 9, Ode to Joy that sealed it eanted to learn more--my appreciation for the arts literature, classical music, history, cultures, people of the world continues--all of which have become my compania--more so during the isolation of this pandemic that we are experiencing--take care, be safe!



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