Pequeña alucinación / Lorenzo García Vega

Little Hallucination

The green of the smear? A quantity of ants, where you might learn a lesson.

But above. Above? Especially above. The head of the smoke. We know the past wove it (stain, little stain, on the unforeseeable, ancient mailbox).

But what it’s about precisely is the rhizome, that will appear when the electricity arrives. Well, jotting something down like, from a river, the fissure.

A river, if someone were actually able to notice it, would produce cuts in the silence (could it be, silence, like a broken hose, without water?).

{ Lorenzo García Vega, Erogando trizas donde gotas de lo vario pinto, Madrid: Ediciones La Palma, 2011 }

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