Lagrimacer o el acto de derramarse / Tearing up or the Act of Spilling Over

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  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 08/18/2020
  • Publisher: Aguilar

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Un poemario que habla de lo necesario de las despedidas y de la tristeza como acto natural. Un grito que se rebela ante la necesidad actual que nos han impuesto de la felicidad perpetua.
«Cada uno de estos poemas es una lágrima. Pequeñas cápsulas redondas y saladas de versos que también se derraman, que brotan, que caen y se escapan de un ojo o a través de un lapicero sujeto por una mano temblorosa. Una mano que escribe y llora, y sabe que de la tristeza también nacen cosas, buenas o malas, pero frecuentemente bellas».
La poeta Andrea Valbuena hace en estas páginas un alegato a favor de la tristeza como estado natural y necesario y del duelo como mercromina para el dolor, y nos invita a volver a dar valor a la palabra «lagrimacer» y al acto que denota. La palabra como rebelión y como espejo, llorar sin vergüenza para poder volver a reír.

A collection of poems that talks about the need for goodbyes and sadness as a natural act. A scream that rebels against the current need imposed on us for perpetual happiness.
"Each of these poems is a tear. Small, round, and salty capsules of lines that also spill, that sprout, that fall and escape from an eye or through a pen held by a trembling hand. A hand that writes and cries, and knows that things, good or bad, but often beautiful, are also born from sadness."
In these pages, the poet Andrea Valbuena makes a plea in favor of sadness as a natural and necessary state and of mourning as merbromin for pain, and invites us to give value once again to the phrase "tear up" and the act it denotes. The word as a rebellion and as a mirror, to cry without shame to be able to laugh again.

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