Tag Archives: Clarice Lispector

As For the Sea

As for the sea. The sea is impossible to believe. Only by imagining it can you manage to see its reality Clarice Lispector . With one step, a stream is crossed an eye on the upland hill. . Nomadic waters … Continue reading

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Some Questions of the Drift

“I ask you:  – What is the weight of light?“ – Clarice Lispector ≈ ≈ ≈ . . .  – What are the colours of time? . . . . .  – What are the sounds of the stones? . . .. … Continue reading

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