Caro mi e il sonno. E pi霉 l鈥檈sser di sasso
mentre che il danno. E la vergogna dura;
non veder, non sentir. M鈥櫭?gran ventura;
per貌 non mi destar; deh. Parla basso.
English (Roughly) :
Sleep is dear to me, and to be made of stone would be even better while trouble and shame lasts.
Not to see, not to hear is a great relief to me,
But speak in a low voice so as not to disturb me.
The poem was shown at the beginning of the television series "Ergo Proxy", and, according to Wikipedia, it was written by Michelangelo. Is there anyone that could possibly tell me for sure? Thank you in advance.
-Re-L Cherie. Is this poem (English and Italian translation) by Michelangelo?
Here is a link to a book called "The Dream of the Moving Statue" By Kenneth Gross. Michelangelo was speaking about a statue in a chapel 鈾?br>