​I know that sometimes which I write kills me and other times, on the contrary, it treats my wounds. But what to do if I only trace the scrawls that my eyes draw in my mind in the nights alone, when I see that lady called Earth from my window.

And how not to talk about so sad young lady with green eyes that she dances forever under startights, pretty lady who makes me an idiot, in front of her dress of thorns which slows down walking on her body and they scratch bare feet in her withered bed. Death covers her among colorful papers and suffocates in burning seas because of the black colour that dyes the heart.

Ripped her green ribs in the sun, hungry predatories comes to the celebration; vultures that dig in her entrails looking for the addictive golden blood that escapes of her arteries, feed their bodies with shiny guts and overwight because of their metallic bones fly to the other ladies to the gut.

The lady cries acid tears that wet to the virus which live in her soul, that in fratricide slaughter, parasites fight for the already wounded heart of the green lady.


134 comentarios en “Earth 

  1. Ei!
    Esta é uma peça incrível de escrita, bem como criatividade … E se eu não estiver errado, eu acho que você fez o retrato também …
    Eu procurei pelo seu blog e encontrei tantas dessas lindas pinturas !! Tão apaixonada pelo seu trabalho …
    Eu espero para ler e ver mais de seus talentos em breve 🙂
    Continue com o ótimo trabalho!

    (Desculpe, eu usei o google translate para traduzir meu inglês para o português, pois acredito que este último é sua língua nativa.
    Eu só espero que minha mensagem chegue até você com sua calorosa gratidão e desejos!)

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    • Hello, my name is Luis, it’s a pleasure to meet you. Thank you very much for your words, I am very excited and it is a pleasure to write for people as wonderful as you. I have to say that the drawings are not mine are from the Internet, some are edited to put them to my liking … Texts and entries entitled “photography” if they are mine. In any case, I am happy to know that I chose the illustrations that accompany my texts well. On the other hand, you almost hit with my native language, I speak Spanish, I’m from the north of Spain. A hug.

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      • Oh! Pardon me Luis…
        I attempted to write in a familiar language for you so that my heartiest wishes could be more well received!
        Nonetheless, I really look forward to your writings..I most inspired by the way you capture things around yourself…
        Keep up the brilliant work!
        Muchas gracias!
        (Sí, soy un estudiante de español)

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      • Of course you are forgiven … Thank you very much again, I’m very excited about what you say … I hope you like my future texts. 😊

        Do you know Spanish ? Where are you from ?

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      • I thought you were from India, but I was not sure. If you need help with Spanish, do not hesitate to tell me … What is your name …? Mridula? 🤔

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      • I can totally understand your difficulty Luis. My name is actually a Sanskrit word so it is a tad bit difficult to catch up…
        No worries! While I pick up Spanish from you maybe you can pick up my name in the process too 😀

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      • As a child I was researching Sanskrit, it was out of curiosity and I discovered that Sanskrit is a Latin family, but I remember that I had some words with a certain similarity with English and Spanish, for example number four if I am not mistaken.🤔

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      • You are certainly not mistaken Luis. Quite a few words of Sanskrit sound similar to the words of other languages.
        But I am quite unsure as to what you mean by the “Latin Family”? In case you put it as a phrase to highlight the archaic nature of the language, you’re correct there too…Sanskrit is a very old one – dating about 4000 years or so …

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      • I meant that the Sanskrit, Latin and Greek, come from an ancestor the Indo-European. But I am referring to the oldest languages, I suppose that over the years it has evolved and possibly now it does not have as much in common as the Latin that evolved in Spanish, French, Portuguese, Italian, etc.

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