Imago lacus

The picture above was taken by a dear friend, the American poet Debra Kang Dean (please do not use it without permission). I met Debra three years before, when I went to Walden to work with his late husband Brad, a great Thoreau scholar. Once we spent hours tracking this quotation: "Some men go fishing all their lives without ever realizing it's not fish they are after." We concluded that Thoreau never wrote it, but si non è vero...

Sunday, May 1, 2016

Un poema de Antonio Varo Baena

¿Por qué hablas de la muerte
si el rutilante vino
procaz y directo
alcanza la memoria
y acrecienta el olvido?

Antonio Varo Baena
Augurio (Andrómina, 2015)

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