Tag Archives: poetry

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I climbed the condor’s shadow spinning solar thread. “Re ……..member …………………….(it said) The union of water and blood.” “The glacier’s thirst” A sound birthing its own death. “a menstrual quipo” by Cecilia Vicuna Advertisements

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I see floating seagulls a few feet below, unfailing and quiet against the cars that speck their background; one dares and drifts to eyes’ level, hovering in muddy darkness, a scar of gray paint on black canvas. For a moment, … Continue reading

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A place is a sound, and a way of hearing it. A web of interrelationships, an exchange between people and earth. The space of naming. from “A response to Pascua Lama” by Cecilia Vicuña

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it is your blood in my veins tell me how i’m supposed to forget from Milk and Honey  by Rupi Kaur

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What can lend more praise to shadows of tree limbs on the ground, to the bright curves around them outlining the sun, than the shapes of those shadows themselves. And what can lend more praise to love, to the bright … Continue reading

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And I’m scared to move, scared to pronounce each new word, scared to meet a new person–what if it’s they who turn out to be the forgotten code, that password ciphered in movements and sounds, which would detonate my weapon. … Continue reading

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nothing which we are to perceive in this world equals the power of your intense fragility:whose texture compels me with the color of its countries, rendering death and forever with each breathing (i do not know what it is about … Continue reading

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