omara.64336
Joined: Jan 2021

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Paintings.

And here are hanging the signs with which the rooms are personalized. A head of Buddha in a wooden frame, a Tibetan bowl, paternal heritage, a replica of Xul Solar. How do they relate to you? How did you come to have them? To what extent...

by ROMA CAGIMARAL

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5 months ago

Noises in the house.

Something is happening in this house. An uncomfortable presence that goes around A hateful silhouette that corners us. Flying. He wanders in the rooms of childhood and the corridors are now abandoned. Noises do not lie down at night. The night is ...

by Roma Cagimaral

added by omara.64336
5 months ago

Gossip

Who finally finds the courage to speak, write. All who speak do so in the name of something. But when names are lost, one can only speak with the intention of recovering what was lost. That is why every word is fatal to action, and all speech an ...

by Roma Cagimaral

added by omara.64336
5 months ago

Vortex

There is like a sensation in the look when the form becomes suspended. In contemplating the environments the facades in talking for an hour with nothing, there is a feeling when the action is lost. And it is found And finds herself fluttering bet...

by ROMA CAGIMARAL

added by omara.64336
5 months ago

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The poem is beautiful. Maintains impeccable rhythm and harmony. Perhaps my comment that I was naive was not due to the issue of hope, such as making an equivalence between democracy and elements of immanent order such as faith. Definitely a cute poem. 

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You're right. My opinion is perhaps due to thinking that words, s in poetry, should suspend language, make it a contemplation in itself. Amanda's poem is beautiful, its rhythmicity shows a wonderful sensitivity. Only when he talks about democracy, it seems naive to me that he makes sense of it by appealing to an analogy with something hagiographic such as faith. But it doesn't detract from its pretty message. 

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This poem is Too naive.

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