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I'm writing this with Virginia Woolf's The Waves right next to me, how cosmic.

The sound of waves on the sample is quite mutted, which I think makes it calming too. The painting is by Ana Hatherly, a visual poet whose work first welcomed me into different forms of poetry. It spells "o mar que se quebra", meaning "the sea that breaks". I'd like to think that it speaks of renewal, and return.

Ana Hatherly

O mar que se quebra


Paper, Indian ink

In collection(s): Hydrophonics


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