The bottom of an ocean, like the Atlantic where Copacabana Beach in Rio de Janeiro overlooks

Copacabana, Rio de Janeiro

Observing the grave sounds of the ocean,
following with closed eyes
The sandy trail of its breaths:
sometimes slow,
sometimes exhausted,
Sometimes intoxicated by consuming storms,

I understand that my dying (if it ever happens),
Is not a flayed barge in the distance,
A limp gull I glimpse approaching,
Nor that decayed log,
By lunar bursts of feminine eagerness.

My dying lies barren
Onto this rock.

Like a seashell,
the only memory of me
Will be a fake undertow echo,
Trapped in the burnished coils
of a shell

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A brief note on the history of Copacabana Beach

Copacabana, located in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, is one of the most iconic beaches in the world. Its golden sand stretches 4 kilometers along the South Atlantic Ocean, making it a favorite destination for locals and tourists. One of the main features of Copacabana Beach is its lively atmosphere, with street vendors selling coconuts, caipirinhas, and snacks. The beach is known for lively beach volleyball games and frequent outdoor concerts.

The sidewalk that runs along Copacabana beach in Rio de Janeiro.
Brazilian landscape architect Roberto Burle Marx designed the sidewalk lining Copacabana Beach in Rio de Janeiro with its black-and-white wave pattern.

The highlight of Copacabana Beach is its famous black-and-white wave sidewalk. Roberto Burle Marx‘s mosaic design is a must-see for visitors, stretching 4 kilometers parallel to the beach. The sidewalk is a hub of activity, with street performers, artists, and vendors lining the street.

Interesting facts about Copacabana Beach include that it is the official site of New Year’s Eve celebrations in Rio de Janeiro, attracting millions of visitors annually. The beach also hosts the world-famous Carnival parades, increasing its cultural significance. Copacabana Beach truly encapsulates the vibrant spirit of Rio de Janeiro.

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