Como la una Como uma (Spanish Edition) by Josefina Baez,Jorge Lara,Mario Abreu,S. Regina Lorenso

By Josefina Baez,Jorge Lara,Mario Abreu,S. Regina Lorenso

Hermana gemela de “Comrade, Bliss
ain’t taking part in” (Canto de plenitud),
Como l. a. Una se viste del canto del alma.
Su poesía incluye cuentos de siempre, compartidos hoy.
Su soliloquio está basado
en lo very important y extraordinario,
de lo posible y cotidiano.

Como Uma
Monólogo deste presente.
A poesia passeia pelas estações internas.
A morte se aproxima. Da vida. Os olhos olham para dentro. Simples. Simplista. Conversa honesta com a vulnerabilidade do cotidiano. Canto particular.
Cantos de todos. Cantos simples.

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