Review Poems

The acidic tenderness or everyday poems, Karina Valcarcel Gladys Mendia Peru has a remarkable, remarkable, poetic tradition above all taste much of the avant-garde writers who knew how to give a great revolt to the language, movement that influences the current voices of our entire continent until today. Today still appear verses that traps us in his singing; I remember very well what I felt the first time I heard reciting Karina Valcarcel (Lima, 1985) because it made me can be moved to tears with his acidic tenderness, his verses one shots to my soul and that I could not stop wanting to feel. I immediately recognized the shortness of breath which leaves poetry, true poetry. Then talked something and gave me your book, which I atesore and I read. On each page the brightness, that Flash of the word which embraces us. Everyday poems (Editorial CasTomada, Lima, Peru, 2008) makes that daily routines out of their common place and a vast machinery to do miracles, small/large exaltos, dazed, tender devastating lightning. The observation of every detail, in a spontaneous, simple, transparent; the exact word that defined but not limited by the extraordinary combinations of images, they do penetrate the multicolored sense of the human soul in conversation with the soul of things, the city’s beloved/hated beings, and all this imagery causes in the reader a tuning such that invites to be that voice that is feeling / saying.

It beats strong and burns in everyday poems the feminine in all its diversity; on one side is the mother: if I can not teach you geografiate invention a map to escape the borders Protocol lover tell me, to know my skin with chills? The daughter, my mom I never corrected Chiquita, now am poet. And there are many more, are all women in all their versions/transgressions: Let’s return to the oral stage of things and let us be infinite, mezquinosamantesen suenosporque to dawn will be Monday again. Karina Valcarcel (Lima, 1985) studied drawing and painting in the ENSABAP and in the school of art alternating current, respectively. He studied Communication Sciences, teaches creative writing workshops, organizes and promotes various events of a cultural nature. He has published: everyday poems (CasTomada Editorial, Lima, 2008) and a stain on the mattress (Lustra Editores, Lima, 2010) original author and source of the article.

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