Category Archives: Writing

(en) Posts in any form of narrative which deals, in part or in whole, with events that are not factual, but rather, imaginary and invented by its author(s).

(es)Artículos en cualquier forma de narrativa que tratan, en su totalidad o en parte, de hechos no reales, sino más bien imaginarios o inventados por el autor/es)

blues gone grey – (en)

Blogging has been a funny story, but the longer and more carefully we look at a funny story, the sadder it becomes. A life in between green and indigo gone gray. As the dawn’s disappointment of sleeping with one’s fantasy, … Continue reading

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dreaming in 3d – (video) (en)

3D modeling is like “playing God” (in secular and vague terms) … In the beginning God downloaded SketchUp. Now the earth was formless and empty, green was over the surface of the deep, and the Spirit of God was hovering over a blank canvas. And God … Continue reading

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nature and civilization – (video) (en)

In the middle of Nature your dreams emerge, and then, with a dry mouth, you emerge from your dreams, and the battle is waged. The body, tired, and the mind, disgusted, thirsty enough to continue with the spectacle of the … Continue reading

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mil – (en)

Since childhood I’ve always told the truth. I’ve been a sincere guy. But for some time I realize this is wrong. Since I got married to be precise. Like a cuttlefish spurting out black ink I’ve become socially insincere. And … Continue reading

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amplitude | new zealand (video) (en)

“There was nowhere to go but everywhere, so just keep on rolling under the stars.” – Jack Kerouac. Enter full screen “Time-lapse, a reminder that we are on a massive, moving orb and definitely not the most important thing even in … Continue reading

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anti-política – (es)

La anti-política, tanto aquí como en toda Europa, se ha convertido en el estado de ánimo predominante. Si de hecho votas, la papeleta a recoger en el 2020 no se parecerá en nada a la que te ofrecerán en 2015, … Continue reading

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donkey brains – (en)

Strangely, I almost liked the guy, president of a large book-publisher. He was in perfect shape. His shape was round. His diameter was a meter across the hips, easily. Perhaps, I was reflecting, this is why there is so little ancient … Continue reading

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becky – (en)

Becky was the white woman who had two Negro sons. She’s dead; they’re gone away. The pines whisper to Jesus. The Bible flaps its leaves with an aimless rustle on her mound. Becky had one Negro son. Who gave it … Continue reading

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scotch meltdown – (en)

One of the last times I was in a dive, in the harbor district, it was pouring. Sharp steely arrows gushed all over an agonizing lead sea, which massive chest barely encouraged. I remember it well, because out of my … Continue reading

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snow what? – (en)

—Once upon a time there lived a lovely princess named Snow Yellow… —White! —Ah! Yes, Snow White. Her mother died when Snow Black was a baby …” —No, it’s White! —White, right.  Her wicked aunty Patsy wanted to be the … Continue reading

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revolution – (en)

In my room the bed was here, the closet there and the table was in the middle. Until this bored me. Then I put the bed there and the closet here. For a while I felt chirpy by the novelty. … Continue reading

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revolución – (es)

En mi habitación la cama estaba aquí, el armario allá y en medio la mesa. Hasta que esto me aburrió. Puse entonces la cama allá y el armario aquí. Durante un tiempo me sentí animado por la novedad. Pero el … Continue reading

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among galician – (en)

“Nostalgia initiates with food,” said Che Guevara; perhaps recalling a juicy Argentinean asado while sharing an insipid yuca with mojo with his comrades in Sierra Madre. Maybe because this nostalgia -the lacón with turnip tops and the octopus á feira in my case- I … Continue reading

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entre gallegos – (es)

“La nostalgia empieza por la comida”, dijo el Che Guevara, tal vez rememorando un jugoso asado de su tierra, al tiempo que compartía una insípida yuca con mojo con sus camaradas en Sierra Madre. Tal vez es por esa morriña -del lacón con … Continue reading

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a fishing village – (en)

The beautiful spring light was bathing the pavement among a cluster of prosaic blue slate and grey stone houses of differing heights, with scraps of garden coming in between, boxes with flowers of many colors hanging off the windows and … Continue reading

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man and nature – (en)

Time was when all men believed that the earth was flat. It would be difficult now to trace all the errors into which this assumption led the thinking of those days, or to ascertain how many practical comforts and advantages … Continue reading

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freedom – (en)

Time was set in motion. His parents decided, when their child will come, it should be a free child. Their child came. They offered him their world. Time passed on. And because he was raised in a Catholic culture he … Continue reading

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lasagna and me – (en)

Humor keeps me alive. Humor and food. Don’t forget food –you can go a week without laughing. Food is one of the things I enjoy tremendously. After a good meal one can forgive anybody, even one’s own relations. But in … Continue reading

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african seasons – (en)

Year by year, and taking its time to perhaps admit that things can’t ever bear the same certainty again, I learnt to like those transitional days, the moments between those perfect ever-changing dry and rain seasons, that define the face … Continue reading

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humans discerning cosmos – (es)

It was six men of Indostan To learning much inclined, Who went to see the Elephant (Though all of them were blind), That each by observation Might satisfy his mind. The First approach’d the Elephant, And happening to fall Against … Continue reading

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