An Evening of Reflections | With Arlette-Louise Ndakoze & Shayla Lawson
English with English subtitles
…In the floating spectrum of the cosmos,
Where to look at, Where to stand?
Existences with intelligence have learnt to look at the sky
To watch the stars
To their vibrations, turning to their rhythm…
When did it last happen?
…“It’s been millennia”, tells me MAÂT, Law of the Sun, Goddess
of Truth and Justice,
“Millennia since earthy existences with intelligence don’t
listen to me anymore.
The last thing I heard of them were three unclear words,
Just before I heard them say
‘…My God, It’s Full Of Stars’,
Just before they
It is time, it seems, time again Turn to each other again
That the protectors of the Sun
Ears widened for their source of life
This time, time again They decide to listen
To what shall be remained quiet To exist
In a reflection around the elements of Balance within the
philosopher Arlette-Louise Ndakoze and poet Shayla Lawson
turn to each other.
To listen to what has been silenced, rendered invisible.
Enhancing the warmth and light of what will remain quietly
moving, not to be decided on nor quoted from, not used nor
misused – instead, it will be fully heard from the place it is:
…Full of Stars
A reflection at the shores of MAÂT
As intense as the suspension In the tension of her infinite
…Full of Stars …My God It’s