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  • (bkz: 50 words for snow)
    (bkz: kate bush)

    they call you an animal
    the kanchenjunga demon
    wild man
    metoh, kangmi

    lying in my tent
    i can hear your cry
    echoing ’round the mountainside
    you sound lonely

    while crossing the lhakpa la
    something jumped down from the rocks
    in the remote garo hills by dipu marak
    we found footprints in the snow

    the schoolmaster of darjeeling said
    we saw you by the tengboche monastery
    you were playing in the snow
    you were banging on the doors
    you climbed up on the roof
    roof of the world
    you were pulling up the rhododendrons
    loping down the mountains

    they want to know you
    they will hunt you down
    then they will kill you
    run away, run away
    run away

    while crossing the lhakpa la
    something jumped down from the rocks
    in the remote garo hills by dipu marak
    we found footprints in the snow

    we found your footprints in the snow
    we brushed them all away

    from the sherpas of annapurna
    to the rinpoche of qinghai
    shepherds from mount kailash to himachal pradesh
    found footprints in the snow

    you’re not a langur monkey,
    nor a big brown bear
    you’re the wild man
    they say they saw you drown
    in the rongbuk glacier

    they want to hunt you down
    you’re not an animal
    the lamas say
    you’re not an animal
  • himalayalara yasadigina inanilan yeti efsanesinden etkilendigi, insan oglunun kutsal olana ulasmak icin, onu insanlastirip nasil tutsak etmeye calistigiyla ilgili oldugunu dusunuyorum.

    sadece konsepti acisindan degil, duzenlemeleri acisindan da cok begendigim bir bush parcasi.

    kate, sarki hakkinda soyle bir yorum yapmistir.

    "but it is meant to be an empathetic view of a creature of great mystery really. and ı suppose it’s the idea really that mankind wants to grab hold of something [like the yeti] and stick it in a cage or a box and make money out of it. and to go back to your question, ı think we’re very arrogant in our separation from the animal kingdom and generally as a species we are enormously arrogant and aggressive. look at the way we treat the planet and animals and it’s pretty terrible isn’t it?"