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Effie's Press. Great Minds think alike? Who are you We are, I a , ou are I ask each and everyone by cowardice or The a s er is it is I courage Anywhere and everywhere I see the o e ho alls hi self I … the one who find our It is I who drink lonely drinks at twelve, way back to this midnight in hotels of strange towns, scene It is I who laugh, It is I who make love, carrying a knife, And then, feel shame, It is I who lie dying with a rattle in my throat, a camera I am sinner, I am Saint, a book of myths I am the beloved and the betrayed, in which I have no joys that are not yours, our names do not No aches which are not yours, I too call myself I.
Life on the planet is born of woman. It is also a direct or indirect attack on the male right of access to women.
Exploding the Myth of Male Superiority You called me wife A thinking woman sleeps with I was taught to break o sters… saccharine A thinking woman into your tea and to sleeps with offer monsters. At the right moment The beak that grips ita i s… her, she becomes. Related Papers. Eduardo C. Corral is the recipient of the Yale Series of Younger Poets award, joining such distinguished previous winners as Adrienne Rich, W.
Merwin, and John Ashbery. Corral is the first Latino poet to win the competition.
Telephone ringing in the labyrinth : poems, 2004-2006
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