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[ENGLISH TRANS LYRICS] Nation’s Son(Produce 101) - NEVER

Composers: Hui, E’Dawn, Wooseok

Lyricists: Hui, Flow Blow

Vocalists: Nation’s Son

Arrangements: Flow Blow


I don’t want to love you eh

In the memories that cannot be stopped yeah eh

Everytime everywhere

I can only see you in my head

I hope it becomes a handful of ashes yeah


I repeatedly erase you everyday

It chills me to the bone, it feels like I’m being poked by the pieces

But as I look back, it’s a bright and dazzling road

By all means, I won’t leave even a trace of you eh


Not anymore, never ever

But why is my heart filling itself with you again

We’re not forever

Fill it with tears, with a sad ending

The end of us both, never


Yeah eh in my head

Now get away

We, that were once beautiful goes way up there

Yeah eh, that word that hovers around deep inside

I love you


Leave my side yeah

I’m very scared of you yeah

Everytime everywhere

It was a love that my life wouldn’t even be wasted for

I love you I love you I love you


I can’t even grasp or contain it

As time goes, only my greed to have you becomes greater

The one that is surrounded by light is me, the darkness

But you’re going further away from me, who can’t see eh


Not anymore never ever

Instead for me, it’s getting better

We’re not forever

Fill it with tears, with a sad ending

The end of us both, never


Yeah eh in my head

Now get away

We, that were once beautiful goes way up there

Yeah eh, that word that hovers around deep inside

I love you


It’s still raining sadly inside my heart

The night where you came down solely

I wanna see you again

I erase you now


I don’t wanna know

I don’t wanna know

The heart that turned its back on me

And those words, keep it to yourself

So I can forget all the moments I had with you and all the memories


I don’t wanna go

I don’t wanna go

To the small flame that hasn’t been extinguished

Blow your breath into it

I let you go yeah oh


My own self epilogue, now I end it

I’m going on my way

Not anymore never ever

But why is my heart filling itself with you again

We’re not forever

Fill it with tears, with a sad ending

The end of us both, never


Yeah eh in my head

Now get away

We, that were once beautiful goes way up there

Yeah eh, that word that hovers around deep inside

I love you I love you


Translated by: Yubseyo

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The National Book Foundation’s ‘5 Under 35’ Are All Women This Year
These five young female writers should definitely be on your radar.
By Anna Silman

We couldn’t be more thrilled that Lesley Nneka Arimah is one of this year’s 5 Under 35 honorees!!!

Set in the U.S. and Nigeria (both of which the U.K-born author has at one point called home), What It Means When a Man Falls From the Sky provides a fantastical, often dystopian look at the lives of girls and women. Pulling from the worlds of myth, fable, and fantasy, the collection uses surreal premises to explore enduring human themes: a woman makes a baby from human hair, a mother is resurrected from the dead, a futuristic “grief worker” is capable of drawing out other people’s sadness. “Some stories hold readers at a distance; others address them directly; some pull them close into the physical and emotional realms of the characters — and some of the stories do all of these at once,” writes The Guardian. “Overall, the collection offers a rare combination of daring and nuance.”

Go Lesley!!!

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Eucalyptus jacksonii- Red Tingle tree
The Red Tingle (Eucalyptus jacksonii) of south west Western Australia is one of the tallest trees in the state and can measure up to 24 metres round at the base and grow to a height of 75 metres and live for up to 400 years.

The trees often have shallow root systems and grow a buttressed base. Forest fires often act to hollow out the base of the trees creating a large cavity. The distribution of the species has been shrinking due to climate change over millions of years. They are now found primarily in Walpole-Nornalup National Park (35° S) and in a few isolated sites outside the park in the Walpole area. The red tingle is often compared to the other two species - the Yellow tingle Eucalyptus guilfoylei and Rate’s tingle Eucalyptus brevistylis are smaller…

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Planning America’s Best Idea: Master Plans for National Parks

On the 101st anniversary of the National Park Service, explore this collection of vintage Master Plans of Parks and Monuments from the @usnatarchives Cartographic Branch:


On August 25, 1916, Woodrow Wilson signed into law the Organics Act, creating the National Park Service (NPS), a new federal bureau responsible for protecting the existing 35 national parks and monuments. In 1933, the National Park Service greatly expanded when all parks, monuments, and historical areas overseen by the government were transferred to the National Park Service’s administration. Today, over 400 diverse units make up America’s National Parks, protecting areas of scenic, natural, historical, and cultural significance.

During the 1930s, a series of acts and executives orders expanded the reach of the National Park Service and  planning began to develop many of these national park areas. The NPS’s Branch of Plans and Design began creating master plans that showed proposed developments of areas of the parks. These master plans included both a textual descriptive statement and a set of maps and drawings showing the proposed developments.

The Cartographic Branch holds most of the National Park Service Master Plans within a series called Master Plans of Parks and Monuments, 1931 – 1941 (NAID 591991). They are part of  Record Group (RG) 79, Records of the National Park Service. Plans exist for some of the most popular national parks that had been created by the 1930s, including the Grand Canyon, Yellowstone, Yosemite, the Great Smokey Mountains, and Shenandoah. Plans also exist for many notable historical parks, including Civil War battlefields like Gettysburg, Fredericksburg and Spotsylvania, Vicksburg, and Antietam, along with other historical sites like Fort McHenry, Abraham Lincoln Birthplace, and Colonial National Historical Park. Many smaller and lesser known parks also have plans within this series. Plans also exist for parks that have since changed names or become parts of other national parks.

Master Plan sets typically consist of a decorative cover, an index, and various plans relating to the existing and proposed developments within a park. The covers are often very artistic, featuring drawings and photographs that are often hand colored.

While the covers are often the visual highlight of the plans, the sets of plans also contain valuable information about the development of our national parks. The plans include both existing developments and proposed roads, trails, and facilities. Most plan sets include maps showing roads and parking areas designed to allow visitors to easily access points of interest by car. The plan sets also typically include maps showing hiking or walking trails, which are common elements in both natural and historical parks.

We invite you to take a closer look at RG 79, Records of the National Park Service. Cartographic not only holds the Master Plans, but also many other maps and architectural plans relating to the National Capital Region Parks and other records relating to the development of America’s National Parks. Other special media branches also hold records on the National Park Service. You never know what you might discover!

Read more via Planning America’s Best Idea: Master Plans for National Parks | The Unwritten Record

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