淡い色

湖は茫として水も空も見えず
白さだけが辺りを覆っていた
きれいだねと口にしてみると
きれいねという声が聞こえてくる
連れ出してもらったことへの感謝なのか
ほんとうにきれいだと思ったのか
なにも見えないけれど
吹きすさぶ風は寒くはなかった

帰ろうかって聞いてみたら
もう少しだけいようと言う
きれいだって思ったけれど
好きだとは口にできない
日常から少しだけ離れてみて
味わった小さな自由は
たいしたことのないものかもしれないけれど
とてもとても暖かかった

自由がしあわせなのだと
勘違いしていたころに
見た夢は
淡い

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5 Responses to 淡い色

  1. shinichi says:

    (sk)

    第43作
    Painted In Pastel Color

    Jim Jarmusch
    http://www.kushima.org/is/?p=654
    Jim Jarmusch
    http://www.kushima.org/is/?p=1512
    にインスパイアされて。

  2. shinichi says:


    Stranger Than Paradise is a 1984 American black-and-white absurdist/deadpan comedy film, written, directed, and co-edited by Jim Jarmusch and starring jazz musician John Lurie, former Sonic Youth drummer-turned-actor Richard Edson, and Hungarian-born actress and violinist Eszter Balint. The film features a minimalist plot in which the main character, Willie, has a cousin from Hungary named Eva. Eva stays with him for ten days before going to Cleveland. Willie and his friend Eddie eventually go to Cleveland to visit Eva, and the three then take a trip to Florida. This film is shot entirely in single long takes with no standard coverage.

  3. shinichi says:

    John Lurie (born December 14, 1952) is an American musician, painter, actor, director, and producer. He co-founded The Lounge Lizards jazz ensemble, acted in 19 films, including Stranger than Paradise and Down by Law, composed and performed music for 20 television and film works, and produced, directed, and starred in the Fishing with John television series. In 1996 his soundtrack for Get Shorty was nominated for a Grammy Award, and his album The Legendary Marvin Pontiac: Greatest Hits has been praised by both critics and fellow musicians.

    Since 2000, Lurie has suffered from symptoms attributed to “chronic Lyme disease” and has focused his attention on painting. His art has been shown in galleries and museums around the world. His primitivist painting Bear Surprise became an internet meme in Russia in 2006.

  4. shinichi says:

    Richard Edson (born January 1, 1954) is an American actor and musician. In 1979, Richard was a founding member of the San Francisco art rock band The Alterboys with Snuky Tate, Tono Rondone, Richard Kelly and JC Garrett, playing both drums and trumpet. From 1981 to 1982, he was Sonic Youth’s original drummer and played drums for Konk at the same time. After the release of Sonic Youth’s self-titled debut album, Edson left the band to play with Konk full-time. Edson also played trumpet with San Francisco band The Offs on the group’s eponymous 1984 album.
    Following his music career, Edson has worked as an actor, appearing in over 35 movies. His more notable roles include a disreputable parking garage attendant in Ferris Bueller’s Day Off (1986), man at newspaper stand in Desperately Seeking Susan (1985), Richie in Howard the Duck (1986), Eddie in Jim Jarmusch’s cult film Stranger Than Paradise (1984), real-life gambler Billy Maharg in Eight Men Out, and the title character in Joey Breaker (1993). He also appeared in Platoon (1986), Good Morning, Vietnam (1987), Tougher Than Leather (1988), Let It Ride (1989), and Do the Right Thing (1989). He starred in the 1993 movie Super Mario Bros as Spike, King Koopa’s cousin. Edson played the lead role in three films directed by Raphael Nadjari: The Shade (1999), I Am Josh Polonski’s Brother (2001)[2] and Apartment #5c (2002).
    In 2003, he appeared in the music video for Cave In’s single, “Anchor”. Edson played the central character of the video, a depressed man walking down the street with his feet encased in cement blocks.
    His television appearances include The Adventures of Pete & Pete; the third season finale of Homicide: Life on the Street; and the 1990-91 series Shannon’s Deal, produced by John Sayles. Edson appeared in a 2007 TV commercial for The Travelers Companies Inc., in which he plays the human personification of risk. In total, Edson has appeared in about 85 movies/television shows.

  5. shinichi says:

    Eszter Balint (born 7 July 1966) is a Hungarian singer, songwriter, violinist, and actress.

    Eszter first emerged as a child member of the avant-garde Squat Theatre troupe before making her cinematic debut in 1984 in director Jim Jarmusch’s independent film Stranger Than Paradise. She appeared in the 1990 film Bail Jumper. Roles in The Linguini Incident, Woody Allen’s Shadows and Fog and Steve Buscemi’s Trees Lounge followed. She played Fern in the 2019 film The Dead Don’t Die.

    In 1985 she made her TV debut in Miami Vice. She played Dorothy Bain in the episode “Buddies” which aired November 1, 1985. In 2014 Balint appeared as Amia, a violin-playing Hungarian love interest for Louis C.K. on the latter’s FX sitcom, Louie.

    Balint is an accomplished musician whose two releases, Flicker and Mud, both produced by JD Foster, were praised by The New York Times, The New Yorker, and Billboard Magazine. In his review of Mud, Jon Pareles writes: “Miss Balint has her own film noir sensibility as a songwriter. She puts arty twists into back-alley Americana… but the cleverness is not the point. She slips inside her characters to project their restlessness and longing.”
    Balint has appeared on recordings by Michael Gira’s Angels of Light, Marc Ribot’s Los Cubanos Postizos and John Lurie’s Marvin Pontiac’s Greatest Hits, Dayna Kurtz, and the Swans. She was a featured guest member of Marc Ribot’s Ceramic Dog touring Europe throughout 2009 and is featured on their 2013 release “Your Turn.”
    In 2015, Balint released a new critically acclaimed album Airless Midnight, her first since 2004’s Mud again produced by JD Foster. In the same year Paste Magazine premiered Balint’s first official music video, “Trouble You Don’t See.” Josh Jackson wrote: “Paste named Eszter Balint an artist to watch back in 2004 after she released her second album Mud. And while she stepped back from music to focus on parenting soon after, she’s delivered on that promise with this year’s long-awaited follow-up Airless Midnight, which comes on the heels of a recurring role as a Louis C.K.’s love interest in the most recent season of Louie.”

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