tirsdag, oktober 18

desvio linguístico

a presença das coisas é o que engendra o vazio e deve ser porque estão certos da nossa passagem que crescem, assim tanto e por todo o lado, os caminhos.
pela mesma razão, por haver cansaço é que há o fecharem-se os olhos. e é sobretudo pela vontade de tocar um rosto- e não o chão- que desce a chuva do alto.
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a causa das coisas não é a sua necessidade: não se fez a cama porque me deitei nela e não apareceu o pão porque tive fome. no entanto, ao que parece, só de amar que surge o amado.

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tirsdag, oktober 18, 2005 9:46:00 p.m.  
Blogger c. apalavrou que ...

que lindo! a chuva tem descido muito sobre a minha cabeça...

tirsdag, oktober 18, 2005 9:51:00 p.m.  

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