Gustavo Adolfo Bécquer


    Volverán las oscuras golondrinas

  Volverán las oscuras golondrinas
en tu balcón sus nidos a colgar,
y, otra vez, con el ala a sus cristales
      jugando llamarán;
pero aquéllas que el vuelo refrenaban            
tu hermosura y mi dicha al contemplar,
aquéllas que aprendieron nuestros nombres...
      ésas... ¡no volverán!

  Volverán las tupidas madreselvas
de tu jardín las tapias a escalar,               
y otra vez a la tarde, aun más hermosas,
      sus flores se abrirán;
pero aquéllas, cuajadas de rocío,
cuyas gotas mirábamos temblar
y caer, como lágrimas del día...                 
      ésas... ¡no volverán!

  Volverán del amor en tus oídos
las palabras ardientes a sonar;
tu corazón, de su profundo sueño
      tal vez despertará;                        
pero mudo y absorto y de rodillas,
como se adora a Dios ante su altar,
como yo te he querido..., desengáñate:
      ¡así no te querrán!
de Manuel Gandarias Carmona Publicado en Nube

EL POEMA 26/5/2013


El poema

Siento que en algún momento
me ahogara la tristeza,
desde ese sentimiento
decido escribir, para que
ese estado, no tenga la última palabra.

Sino mi poema.

El mismo que ha bebido
la locura del amor y la muerte
en sueños, de delirios y tinieblas.

Trasfiero mi vida en el tiempo,
donde la memoria pone escenas
de soledades con llantos, con tristezas.

Más vuelve una y otra vez, el sueño
de arena estéril, que concluye con todo,
a la soledad del desierto sin playa
a esa muerte de Amor
que solo superara el poema.

de Manuel Gandarias Carmona Publicado en Nube



Inside The Swanky New Delta Terminal That Cost $1.4 Billion To Build

Jaunted | May 29, 2013, 5:01 PM | 18,
Business Insider


This article originally appeared at Jaunted. 

10:30am and already Shake Shack has a line.

That’s far from surprising for the many locations of the popular burger & fries joint around New York City, but this is Terminal 4 at JFK International Airport, which, up until Friday, May 24, didn’t have a Shake Shack.

Click here to see photos of the terminal >>

It also didn’t have the Funfetti cupcakes of the new Cake Tin bakery, the gift-perfect candles in the Jo Malone shop, the fried yardbird and cornbread of Marcus Samuelsson’s Uptown Brasserie or the sweeping views of a busy tarmac from the first outdoor deck at a Delta SkyClub.

Now it’s a challenge to imagine JFK without it all.

Welcome to the brand new extension of terminal 4, a $1.4 billion project bringing in 16 new gates, updated security and baggage screening, a slew of new food and shopping options, plus the aforementioned ginormous SkyClub (which we’ll detail tomorrow).

As Delta increases international routes out of JFK and pushes to unseat JetBlue as “the airline of New York,” all eyes are now on how they’ll woo you away from their competitors, who’ve also all recently dumped major moolah to make their aircraft and terminals more attractive to travelers.

In building the T4 extension, Delta finally moved on from the former Pan Am Worldport, now “third world” facility of Terminal 3 to embrace space, light, technology and comfort.

Even the bummer of possibly having to switch terminals to board a Delta flight at Terminal 2 is soothed with a ride on the connection bus—dubbed the “JFK Jitney“—as it drives a scenic course across the tarmac and behind the massive tails of jets ready to depart for distant destinations.

Thus far only phase one has debuted, but it’s more than enough to delight. Look for additional restaurants and shops to open nearer the center of the terminal. Even better? The fresh facilities (with the exception of the SkyClub) are available to travelers on any airlines out of Terminal 4, should they be motivated enough to walk down to the Delta concourse.

Bonus: check out the menu at Uptown Brasserie before you travel.

Read more: http://www.jaunted.com/story/2013/5/24/64924/7900/travel/What+a+%241.4+Billion+Airport+Upgrade+Looks+Like%3A+Inside+Delta%27s+New+Terminal+4+at+JFK#ixzz2Ul6O6AO1

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The Most Spectacular Museums In The World

Max Rosenberg | May 29, 2013, 4:48 PM | 18,339 
Business Insider


maritime museum lingang china

HG Esch

Museums house spectacular historical artifacts and works of art. 

But many museum buildings are pretty spectacular in their own right.

A jury of experts from buildings database Emporis selected the world’s most impressive museums, from Frank O. Gehry’s Guggenheim Bilbao to the Museum of Islamic Art in Doha, Qatar.

Read more: http://www.businessinsider.com/the-worlds-most-spectacular-museums-2013-5?op=1#ixzz2Ul5ShBQk

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15 Startling Photos Of Pigs In China

Mamta Badkar | May 29, 2013, 12:57 PM | 51,140 
Business Insider


Chinese company Shuanghui International Holdings Limited will acquire Smithfield Foods, the world’s largest pork producer.

Remember, China is the world’s largest pork consumer so this deal makes a lot of strategic sense. 

Moreover, the recent decline in Chinese pork prices is seeing the industry consolidate and smaller farmers

We pulled together these images to put together a tour of China’s pork industry.

Read more: http://www.businessinsider.com/china-pork-industry-photos-2013-5?op=1#ixzz2Ul4P1QDP

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