Category Archives: Poemas/cuentos

Keeping watch


Keeping Watch In the morning When I began to wake, It happened again – That feeling That You, Beloved, Had stood over me all night Keeping watch, That feeling That as soon as I began to stir You put Your … Continue reading

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Searching for her…


Brink Of Eternity – Rabindranath Tagore In desperate hope I go and search for her in all the corners of my room; I find her not. My house is small and what once has gone from it can never be … Continue reading

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He who knows Love…


He who knows Love–becomes Love, and his eyes Behold Love in the heart of everyone, Even the loveless: as the light of the sun Is one with all it touches. He is wise With undivided wisdom, for he lies In … Continue reading

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“Killing the cat the first night” – a story.


“… on the night of our marriage, when my wife and I were alone at last in our room, a cat happened to jump into our room through the window, whereupon I became very angry, unsheathed my sword and cut … Continue reading

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Tristan and Isolde (the feminine principle) – lll


In the last post we quoted Wagner (“What Destiny separated in life emerges as life transfigured by death”), noting how his real spiritual aspirations, his actual yearning despite his failings in the ethical and moral sphere, have been either by-passed … Continue reading

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Tristan and Isolde (expanded)


Tristan und Isolde Liebestod – ‘love death’ – is the central theme in Wagner’s opera with that title. A theme that reverberated through European culture from the time of the Romantic revolution – especially German Romanticism (Fichte, Schelling, etc.) – … Continue reading

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Tristan and Isolde – ll (fem. principle)


Tristan und Isolde Liebestod – ‘love death’ – is the central theme in Wagner’s opera with that title. A theme that reverberated through European culture from the time of the Romantic revolution – especially German Romanticism (Fichte, Schelling, etc.) – … Continue reading

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