In ophelia/ works

solo la sed (ophelia)

sólo la sed

el silencio

ningún encuentro

cuídate de mí amor mío

cuídate de la silenciosa en el desierto

de la viajera con el vaso vacío

y de la sombra de su sombra

Arbol de Diana, Alejandra Pizarnik

Queen Gertrude, Hamlet’s mother, reports in her monologue that Ophelia had climbed into a willow tree, and then a branch broke and dropped Ophelia into the brook, where she drowned. Gertrude says that Ophelia appeared incapable of her own distress.
In this essay  I examine the boundaries between life and death, between the air we breathe and the ability to breathe underwater, in a metaphoric  sense.
When the head does not see or hear, can he deal better with pain and despair ?

 

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