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Granpa's kite doesn't go up anymore: A pipa do vovô não sobe mais

The actual owner of Brazil and immortal TV show host was once a very active young poet.
Silvyo Saint was acctualy born in a poor family, despite all the legends saying he was conceived from a pile of 1,000,000 cruzeiros bills.
Nobody knows exactly how old he is. Some declare he is already dead and what we see now is a robot repeating pre-programmed routines.
Silvyo's poetry is as mysterious as himself.

Here is a piece he dedicated to his Grandfather, two times champion in Copacabana's Kite Championship.

Note: Don't misundertand Silvyo Saint with adult movie star Silvya Saint. They are not relatives.

Granpa's kite doesn't go up anymore

Granpa's kite doesn't go up anymore
Despite trying very hard, Granpa's was left behind

He tried just another risy
But the kite doesn't give any signy

Granpa's kite doesn't go up anymore
Despite trying very hard, Granpa's was left behind

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