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AI-MITSU (1907/1945) – Inside large eyes, shapeless forms

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BE TOGETHER: Poetry by Emily Bronte

BE TOGETHER   “Being together, is at the same time for us have time as in the solitude, be happy as in the company. “ (Emily Bronte)

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LIKE A GUST OF WIND: Poetry by Susanna Tamaro

LIKE A GUST OF WIND “Among our soul and our body, there are many small windows. From there, if they are open, pass the emotions. If you are just narrowed filter, only love can open your all together and suddenly, like a gust of wind. “ (Susanna Tamaro)

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NOT FOR A SEASON: Poetry by Fran Tarel

NOT FOR A SEASON “I love you for the winter, because leavens life. I love you for the spring, because the wellspring of life. I love you for the summer, because life explodes, I love you for the autumn, because it turns off the life. I love you for life, why are not you for a season. “ (Fran Tarel)

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LOVING KINDNESSES: Poetry of Lao-Tzu

LOVING KINDNESSES “The kindness of the words creates confidence. The kindness of thoughts creates depth. Kindness in giving creates love.” (Lao Tzu)

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JOURNEY TO ANTEQUERA: Under the Sierra de Torcal, all the elegance of Andalusia

Sure, my city is also an industrial center (but this, you do not care). Let’s talk about what can make your trip a palatable in my city and in my land. In the lower part of the city, you’ll notice the two churches (San Sebastian and Los Trinitarios), but if you love archeology, I can accompany you in the Palacio …

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UNITED COLOURS OF SENSATION: A blink while you’re looking at the sky in eyes, picking up the sound of the sensations

FLOWERS IN THE WIND – G. Apollinaire: Your eyelids flying like flowers, flying in the wind gone mad. WONDERS VISUAL – R. Barthes: The debunker of our senses, touch. In contrast to the view, which is the most magical. The wonderful visual reasoning suffers the assault of touch. HEAVEN IN YOUR EYES – J. Maragall y Gorina: Lord, if the …

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SLEEPLESS NIGHT: Poetry of Maria Antonella D’Agostino

SLEEPLESS NIGHT “Night, tonight scroll slower, spite. Be mantle for my pain, oblivion for my thoughts. Give me back the sun protected by your dark veil, I do not inflame still with his cheerfulness. “ (Maria Antonella D’Agostino)

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NEWS OF HUNGER – Poetry of Federico Díaz Granados

NEWS OF HUNGER     “Are inhabited by hunger. And all they tell me. It is not the fear or doubt, just a rhythm intact, that does not touch the beach with his salt. Hunger is perhaps a slight testament, or this insistence on destroying the house, and renew the stone in a dream. Little is what I remember of …

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THREE INCHES OF SKIN: Poetry by Laura Corraducci

THREE INCHES OF SKIN “Three inches of skin you have sewn to life, I like a belt. The points also secured rights to, three crosses on Golgotha your meat. Is the wind, to untie me from your hips. Come fire, to burn inside a thunder. Butterfly loose powder on the wall, death today steal the scars. “ (Laura Corraducci)

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