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47. Sunday's Reinvention


A mother teaching you to be in touch with your emotions, a father making you a tough nut to crack; these two sides waging war in your head since you have had the use of reason. Love affairs that last a while, heartbreaks that last as long as Sundays. Excuses that you don’t understand, contradictions that you don’t get either. Human atrocities and the pleasure of playing them down. Endings that aren’t endings, nights that begin by saying goodbye and days standing out in their insignificance. This book is the fruit of the six universal emotions, one for each Sunday: fear, disgust, sadness, rage, surprise and joy.

Author Marta Soliño

ISBN 978-1-951370-19-0
Pages 149
Format Paperback

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Atrocity 14

         Not wanting to see it




Game of crossed arms

To tie up that raving sanity

I repress my gasps

I hang by a threaad

I balance in this emptiness


I light the wick of your turbulent eyes

Until you are satisfied

By a grieving soul

By this damned sentence

As inexorable

As falling sand