Facciamo un viaggio in treno,
veloci veloci come le nostre emozioni,
..."would you like to go away?" This house - it isn't much of a hause, is it?
Perhaps if I got aboard..."
I'would like Sam to stay out in one place so that when he goes away he'l be able to come back.
To something he knew in childhood . Like you came back.
To something old. Something secure."
"A collection of old ruins by the railway?"
He remembered the bourgeois voices as sedate as the owners in their Sunday clohes,
singing in the flinty church, expressing their weekly moment of belief.
"A green hill far away, without a city wall."
"The ruins are pretty" she said "
But you can never go back"
Castle said : " To your childhood"
"That's different, I wasn't secure.
Until I knew you.
And there were no ruins - only snacks."
( from the Human factor )
by Graham Greene
disarticolarsi nelle gioie leggere e sudate di una mèta
seducente, fissata ancora nel tempo della fanciullezza,
al di là del Tirreno e dell'Iberia, verso i grandi teatri
oceanici e le chiusure rocciose del West
( da Transumanar ed organizzar P.P.Pasolini )