let’s stroll across San José de Costa Rica…

… and then, let’s dance with the wonderful local dancers – dressed in black&yellow (Hispanic heritage) and orange&turquoise – the Caribbean colors: pura vida, olé! 🙂

motto:”Une danse est comme un poème…”(Denis Diderot)

la danse et la poésie ont en commun les mots car tout poète pourrait devenir un danseur… comme spectateurs, nous essayons de déchiffrer les mouvements du corps et le langage poétique puisque les 2 sont souvent très mystérieux… il y a un lien naturel entre eux, via la musique qui est un ART de vivre partagé et parfois une thérapie… nous dansons ou nous écrivons pour célébrer la joie, l’amour, mais aussi pour exprimer la tristesse, l’absence, le vide, le manque… nous essayons tous de communiquer, de dialoguer, de se rejoindre, de s’unir – comme des électrons libres parce que la danse et les poèmes ont besoin d’un espace de liberté totale pour exister… allons danser et écrire – dans l’ordre qui vous va et qui vous plaît! 🙂   

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motto:”A dance is like a poem…”(Denis Diderot)

dancing and poetry have words in common, ’cause any poet could be a dancer, too… as spectators, we try to spell out the movements of the body and of the poetic language since both are often mysterious… there’s a natural link between them, through music which is shared ART of living and sometimes a therapy… we dance or we write to celebrate joy, love, but also to show pain, absence, void, lack… we all try to communicate, to interact, to meet, to meet together – like free electrons, since dancing and poems need a space of total freedom to exist… let’s dance and let’s write – choose the order that you want and which fits you best! 🙂   

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Posted on 30 January 2015, in melanie. Bookmark the permalink. 19 Comments.

  1. I think the dancing comes first. We danced long before we wrote.

  2. J’ai toujours considéré que la danse était intimement liée à la musique et je regrette maintenant de ne plus danser comme avant, j’adore quand la moindre parcelle du corps entre en résonance avec le tempo et la partition. Bonne soirée! Bises.

  3. La danse, la poésie… Mais la musique, aussi, indispensable… Bonne soirée à toi, Mo

  4. Melanie, îţi stă tare bine în ţinută sport, dar mi-ar fi plăcut să te văd în costum de costaricană!

  5. Impressive architecture and beautiful gowns the dancers are wearing. Beautiful pictures captivating all the cultural details.

  6. così intenso e pieno di vita!

  7. I would like to visit Costa Rica. It seems to be a place where art is vibrant.

  8. The costumes are beautiful, Melanie. Leslie

  9. The dancers look so happy. I’m villain to dances (quite bad) except a bit of tango. Do you like to dance something in special Mélanie? 🙂 Being poetry one of your passions (and in several languages) probably, your feet like their own poetry to express 😉

  10. Foarte frumos, mă bucur că ai pus în evidență atât de sugestiv dansul și scrisul poetic, dragă Melanie! Să ai o zi minunată!

  11. At the moment Melanie, I think Writing is less painful than Dancing 🙂 so let us keep the rhythmic beat of syllables going… Have a Super Weekend. and I enjoyed the photo slide show. Hugs, Sue xoxo ❤

  12. And every once in awhile you can transcend all the exterior noises and people and just be one with the music… where the pulse of the earth is at the core of your being… something seen within tribal dancing, almost euphoric when experienced… as the essence of you comes out of a shell that it did not know it was hiding in, emanating and filling the space of the room and beyond.

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