Lupatica

Manuscrito de um olhar de peixe.
Sem mãos para tocar sinestesicamente o outro
Sem um coração parar amar platonicamente
Sem respostas nem perguntas apenas uma espessa interrogação em teus sentidos
Maciço narcisismo hereditário e hedonista
Que me consome durante anos
Entre uma febre e outra de vontades
A alma se imunda de desejo
Disléxico e santificado ainda se mantendo em terra
Um simples tormento físico, causa da embriagues precoce

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Book Review: Al Franken, Giant of the Senate — Kristen Hansen Brakeman

Here’s my latest book review for the New York Journal of Books. Al Franken’s political memoir – AL FRANKEN, GIANT OF THE SENATE A fun and fascinating read! AL FRANKEN, GIANT OF THE SENATE My eighth grade English teacher had our class write autobiographies based on our imagined lives as adults. In mine I recounted […]

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the bomb — AN EMPIRE OF WORDS

the bomb was another film that I managed to catch at Sheffield DocFest, but something struck a chord with me when watching it as I went back to see it again. (and again later on streaming service through DocFest) And I believe it comes down to sheer audio and visual experience that is the bomb. […]

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Naturaleza muerta por la mañana temprano // Early morning still life, (by Joel Meyerowitz, 1983) — …y mientras tanto

“Pensamos en la fotografía como imágenes. Y lo es. Pero yo pienso en la fotografía como ideas. ¿Y las imágenes sustentan tus ideas o son sólo buenas imágenes? Yo quiero tener una experiencia en el mundo que sea una experiencia de profundización, que me haga sentir vivo, despierto y consciente.” — Joel Meyerowitz // “We […]

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Tuesday Reads: The Death Bill May be Dying. — Sky Dancing

Good Morning!! I’m going to begin today’s post with the obituary of Vern Hopkinson from the Salt Lake City Tribune. It was posted on Twitter yesterday by cartoonist Pat Bagley. Bagley tweeted that it reads like a “curse.” Here’s the beginning: My unbelievably good almost 64 year run of life has now come to an end. […]

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Then There Is Mosul — In Saner Thought

The war in Iraq is still raging…..we just do not hear much about it thanx to the media and its fascination with political chicanery. ISIS is losing ground around and in the Iraqi city of Mosul….the Iraqis have said that the fall of ISIS in Mosul is only days away….. The battle to wrest full […]

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