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Bourbon street blues (Chicago, May 24th, 2017)

My skin is thicker than you think I will survive our time in New Orleans Your kiss was never enough kiss Your fears were hurdles on our bliss The radiant brides of rue Dauphine The golden glare of tubas on the street The soulful singers and the sad bartenders at the Maple Leaf The Vegas […]

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Uruguayan Candombe

Bilingual poems about candombe, the true essence of Uruguayan music   Candombe blues (Montevideo, 24 de Agosto, 2012) Hay una melancolía salvaje en el candombe un trance que deshace lo que pasó todo es ahora todo es tambor   Lo sagrado (Montevideo, 24 de Agosto, 2012)Las manos del Lobo en el tambor   La mort de […]

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Sedona´s Inner Landscapes

Some trips take longer to process, to really find within ourselves what it is we went looking for there, REALLY, as opposed to what we set out to achieve. I took several as yet unreported trips in 2015, and perhaps the most unreported one among them was my sejour in breathtaking Sedona. There were many peculiarities […]

Museum of Natural Sciences, La Plata, Argentina – An emotional journey

Quite honestly, I have seen my share of Museums around the world and, unless they are the home of a painting by Max Ernst or another favorite of mine that I am really dying to see, I’m sort of done with them, with the general idea of a Museum, especially while traveling, when I’d much […]

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Hilo, Hawaii -The rainy side of the Big Island

I visited Hilo many times. Every single time, it rained at some point. Meanwhile, when I sailed into the other side of the Big Island, the sun was always shining. Apparently, there is a scientific explanation for this, but I won´t go into that now. I remember two special times fondly. Once, my Canadian friends […]