Tag Archives: death

Ars Moriendi

1. How do you read the memory tab of a loved one? Is delirium the encrypted signals of the soul? That morning the caregiver was telling him his old man was mumbling the name of his mother who had passed … Continue reading

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SUMMER TIME

1. Liza del Giocondo, “mother of five born into an aristocratic Florentine family,” aka Mona Lisa, whose enigmatic countenance had puzzled men through centuries, could have been secretly laughing at those who languished at her feet – she was a … Continue reading

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TIEMPO MUERTO

1. Has a certain beauty turned the rogue to stone? He has become one with the earth, transformed by Medusa’s passionate distance… O How the snakes sprung from her hair, her strong gaze calcifying everything – the fear, the quiver, … Continue reading

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CRIMSON

1. Chronotopic site is the yellowing picture of four decades ago – Hawking’s space expanding toward zero, his time’s interior wasteland darkening toward noon; only ghosts remain of familiar figures that once graced the frame: O should he put a … Continue reading

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