domingo, agosto 12, 2007

A deusa e o mosquito

Torna-se o ciclo das coisas...
Para minha deusa, dei meu vitae
Fez dele seu gosto e me matou,
Eu fui esmagado...
Depois um mosquito veio por um pouco de mim,
Incomodar-me e mostrar que ainda tenho vida
E eu o esmaguei...

Augusto Sapienza


Meu conviadado dessa semana é o Augusto Sapienza, companheiro do Manufatura e do Bagaceira, dono de uma poética contundente, lírica e por vezes científica. É um prazer apresentá-lo. Mais aqui:

Tomos Poéticos

8 comentários:

maryfoxxx disse...

Tá favoritada!
Muito bom, parabéns!

Beijo!

Mary disse...

Muito bom!

Ótima escolha, Jardim!

Beijoss

Múcio L Góes disse...

é a teia da vida, e quem não tiver seu mosquito que atire a primeira pedra...

bela pedida, Jardim!

abs aos dois!

Aline disse...

Já aprecio os versos de Sapienza há um tempo. Adoro!

Bjos

moacircaetano disse...

gostei muito do estilo! não o conhecia!

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