Yesterday night I didn’t sleep a wink. I was continuously visited by poems. In the end I had to sit up and write them down… here is one of them: They were the last people in the earth He found her in a cave ten days after the world ended She was just a […]
Or The Alienation of Our Mourning There is a lie, a deceit perpetrated on our minds by our culture of visual images; of movies and TV as narrators of our reality, which affects our expectations about loving, relating to each other, working together and even, finally, even grieving. The paradigm of our modern and stylized […]
I love you more than you can ever imagine… I am an orphan when you leave for work, but a One-Dog Welcoming Wagon when you return And when I see you, darling: if I had a tail I’d wag it!
how far we are from who we were…! we stretch our arms and we can touch our wives, our parents, our children yet there is nothing that can breach the inmense abbyss that keeps us from ourselves
This train rode only at night It had no windows and it had no doors It had no load but the dreams of passangers it never carried in it darkened hull Its cargo laden with the absent bodies of the travellers it never held. This train bore no speed and no direction conveyed no desire […]