Monthly Archives: March 2013

And I can feel you

You are a fuzzy figure At the very end of the way And I can’t even touch you Not even with my fingertips But I can reach for you And I can grab you And I can feel you And … Continue reading

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Pilate (from Toni Morrison’s ‘Song of Solomon’)

Voices that fought to discover the identity of the self, voices that make the characters discover their past, their history, their ancestors. Voices that give voice to other voices*1. [warning: spoilers of the novel] I really enjoyed reading “Song of … Continue reading

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See the Sea

Can’t you see the sea? Darkness upon you? Waves of hunger and breathing for something unexplainable? Something unthinkable? Something unreachable? Open your eyes and look again, little buccaneer. Open your eyes and dare to see the sea.

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Se Divisan Velas Negras

Se divisan velas negras tanto a babor como a estribor. El mar grita, el mar avisa. Susurra palabras de aviso en un lenguaje líquido que tan solo un amante de los océanos puede entender. El fin no anda lejos. Y … Continue reading

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Ramble 01

You make everything easy You make it feel right Even when it seems like the hardest mountain to climb.

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