Translation of ‘Voces ‘ by Antonio Porchia from Spanish to English. Antonio Porchia (13 November – 9 November ) was an Italian-born Argentine writer. His sole book Voces (“Voices”) is a collection of aphorisms. Antonio Porchia nació en Italia el 13 de noviembre de ; a los 15 años Es conocido fundamentalmente por crear las voces, versos escritos desde el habla .
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En plena luz no somos ni una sombra. Wasn’t an amazing read.
And it seems to you that they have stopped loving you. My bits of time play with eternity. Casi siempre es el miedo de ser nosotros lo que nos antonip delante del espejo.
Myrto rated it it was amazing Oct 22, The Epoch of Romanticism. It was the sea and I. Because if I come in no one will be there. Arrancamos a la vida la vida, para con ella, verla.
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One who searches for a larger good in his good, loses his good. Login or register to post comments.
I listen to you. Y si cree ser nada, soporta todo. Quien no llena su mundo de fantasmas, se queda solo. All the suns labor antonko kindle your flame and a microbe puts it out.
I live without it. Nothing that is complete breathes. Victims take pity on victims. Open Preview See a Problem? From what I awaited, came my habit of waiting. For the soul that cures its own sufferings dies. Ana rated it it was amazing May 25, Because words are always the same, and what they say is never the same.
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porxhia Iliana marked it as to-read Aug 28, Y te parece que han dejado de quererte. When your suffering is a little greater than my suffering, I feel like I am a little cruel.
English Poni de Cthulhu.
Reason is lost reasoning. My poverty is not complete: Do not speak harshly of your misfortunes to anyone, for everyone is partly to blame.
There is no other good. One lives in the hope of becoming a memory.
And that time I was afraid of everything. You are sad because they abandon you and you have not fallen.
Antonio Porchia Quotes (Author of Voices)
If those who owe us nothing gave us nothing, how poor we would be! My father, when he went, made my childhood a gift of half century. La pena humana, durmiendo, no tiene forma. I am chained to antonioo earth to pay for the freedom of my eyes. Read more Read less.
Voces Reunidas by Antonio Porchia
The harm that I have not done, what harm it has done! Lists with This Book. My name, far more than it names me, reminds me of my name.
Entra una nueva pena y las viejas penas de la casa la reciben calladas, no muertas. I always porcyia for some light and always at night and never illuminated by any light.
My God, I have almost never believed in you, and yet I have always loved you. Some things become so completely our own porchix we forget them.