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Venepoetics · 1d ago

Telémaco / Guillermo Sucre

TelemachusHe had wandered through that city under another skyHe was overwhelmed by innocenceHis face was the unknownHe was breathing an insolent perfume on the streetsThe mirror behind desir...
Venepoetics · 4d ago

Arboledas / Guillermo Sucre

Groves                                                            To Pierre de PlaceNeither the light nor the sky directlyAwareness the only thing budding in those branchesThe other sunWhat ...
Venepoetics · 1W ago

A igual podredumbre condenados / Guillermo Sucre

Condemned to the same putrefactionCondemned to the same putrefactionthe poemthe hand that writes itand the one erasing itthe glance that followsand the one that rejects itwhoever dreams it a...
Venepoetics · 2W ago

Las palabras que no logro inventar / Guillermo Sucre

The words I’m unable to inventThe words I’m unable to inventare the ones that explain me.Drowned in sound beneath the big rainsof my youthand that horror that stuporamidst the foliage of the...
Venepoetics · 3W ago

Arderemos lejos de ese fuego / Guillermo Sucre

We will burn far from that fireWe will burn far from that firefrom that landI had promised you.Shameful maybe.But full of disgrace is the airI breathe.Tangled in the monstersthat knit my dre...
Venepoetics · 1M ago

«DETRÁS DE LA NIEBLA» / “BEHIND THE FOG” : Contemporary Poetry About Venezuela

Fog is transitory. It can cover up a landscape but never erase it. There’s always something behind it: a room, a body we love... or flags, as in the poem by José Watanabe:I was listening to ...
Venepoetics · 2M ago

Oswaldo Barreto: Al margen del desencanto / Carlos Egaña

Oswaldo Barreto: On the Margins of Disenchantment                    [Photo: Oswaldo Barreto, by Vasco Szinetar]“Cancer is a wonderful thing.” That’s how Swallowing Stones begins, an ironic ...
Venepoetics · 2M ago

He dejado descansar tristemente mi cabeza / Emilio Adolfo Westphalen

I have sadly let my head restI have sadly let my head restUnder this shade that falls from the noise of your stepsA return to the other marginGrandiose as the night to deny youI have left my...
Venepoetics · 3M ago

COSAS QUE AMO HACER EN CARACAS: / Lena Yau

THINGS I LOVE TO DO IN CARACAS1. Flying on a moto taxi2. Going into the radio station and hugging my friends3. Having a coffee in a forgotten cafeteria4. Enjoying a fragmented and jumpy conv...
Venepoetics · 3M ago

29 poetas jóvenes amanecen sobre la palabra / Diana Moncada

29 Young Venezuelan Poets Awaken Over the WordTwenty-nine poets who awaken over the word. Twenty-nine young voices who in their unease, their predictions and anomalies offer the poem amidst ...