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Streiks im Iran

Posted by entdinglichung - 15. Juli 2012

eine Reihe aktueller Meldungen von iran labor report:

More than 700 Sepahan Cement Factory Workers Strike

More than 300 Workers at the Company tied with Revolutionary Guards go on Strike

Telephone Operators in Shiraz go on Strike

Strike at Poultry Facilities

Contracting Textile Workers at Rasht Iran Barak Go on Work Stoppage

Kurdistan Textile Workers Stage Protest Gathering in Sanandaj

Asia Pearlite Casting Company Firing Protesting Workers

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Percy Bysshe Shelley (1792-1822)

Posted by entdinglichung - 15. Juli 2012

Vor 190 Jahren und einer Woche starb im Alter von nur 29 Jahren der Dichter und Revolutionär Percy Bysshe Shelley bei einem Schiffsunglück in der Bucht von Lerici, sein letztes Gedicht:

Lines Written in the Bay of Lerici

She left me at the silent time
When the moon had ceased to climb
The azure path of Heaven’s steep,
And like an albatross asleep,
Balanced on her wings of light,
Hovered in the purple night,
Ere she sought her ocean nest
In the chambers of the West.
She left me, and I stayed alone
Thinking over every tone
Which, though silent to the ear,
The enchanted heart could hear,
Like notes which die when born, but still
Haunt the echoes of the hill;
And feeling ever–oh, too much!–
The soft vibration of her touch,
As if her gentle hand, even now,
Lightly trembled on my brow;
And thus, although she absent were,
Memory gave me all of her
That even Fancy dares to claim:–
Her presence had made weak and tame
All passions, and I lived alone
In the time which is our own;
The past and future were forgot,
As they had been, and would be, not.
But soon, the guardian angel gone,
The daemon reassumed his throne
In my faint heart. I dare not speak
My thoughts, but thus disturbed and weak
I sat and saw the vessels glide
Over the ocean bright and wide,
Like spirit-winged chariots sent
O’er some serenest element
For ministrations strange and far;
As if to some Elysian star
Sailed for drink to medicine
Such sweet and bitter pain as mine.
And the wind that winged their flight
From the land came fresh and light,
And the scent of winged flowers,
And the coolness of the hours
Of dew, and sweet warmth left by day,
Were scattered o’er the twinkling bay.
And the fisher with his lamp
And spear about the low rocks damp
Crept, and struck the fish which came
To worship the delusive flame.
Too happy they, whose pleasure sought
Extinguishes all sense and thought
Of the regret that pleasure leaves,
Destroying life alone, not peace!

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