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Diana Bellessi

In the middle of the night your dream wakes me, the dream you were in. The half-surrended body tongue mouth fingers stretch bridges towards the turning rock of desire. Your embrace in another embrace, rose of the breasts I suck. In the middle of the night I wake and repeat holy holy the bread has… Continue reading Diana Bellessi

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Argentine Culture · Argentine Literature · Collection · Excerpt · Horror · Passage · Quote · Short Stories

Alejandra Pizarnik

An unchangeable colour rules over the melancholic: his dwelling is a space the colour of mourning. Nothing happens in it. No one intrudes. It is a bare stage where the inert I is assisted by the I suffering from that inertia. The latter wishes to free the former, but all efforts fail, as Theseus would… Continue reading Alejandra Pizarnik

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Argentine Culture · Argentine Literature · Collection · Contemporary · Excerpt · Passage · Prose Poetry

Alejandra Pizarnik

But don’t speak of gardens. Don’t speak of the moon. Don’t speak of roses or the sea. Speak of what you know. Speak of the thing that rings in the marrow, that plays in your eyes with shadow and light. Speak of the endless ache in your bones. Speak of vertigo. Speak of respiration and… Continue reading Alejandra Pizarnik

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