Finding inspiration in movement. Searching for identity with words, and without them.

Society — To be aware of one another

Tent on tunnel during my bicycle commute. Photo by Pablo Pereyra (2021)

The purpose of this piece is to help myself and the reader to see The Other. To be aware of one another, see ourselves and each other, maybe as in a mirror.
Here, the goal is to see one another less as objects of consumption and more as people whose humanity…

On poetry, mountains, and running — A photographic poem

Photo by Pablo Pereyra (2021)

the truth is not poetic
the truth is not pretty
the truth is, I had to labor for each breath
for each one of the steps ungracefully pushing my body upward
to think about each of the rocks in which I was stepping to attain traction
to avoid slipping on the trail and not to…

GiaB prompt 2–4: the beach

Kihei, Maui, Hawaii. Photo by Pablo Pereyra (2021)

What is there, protected by your surface?
Is that a turtle or school of tuna gliding?
Shades of you playing games with my mind
Your voice speaks to me, clearly and loud

You expose some secrets, aided by tides
You, the omnipresent, lunary controlled
From something so far, tangible results
Love…

On seeing without eyes - Scrittura 01 September 2021 Wednesday Prose Poem: reading for inspiration.

Photo by ian dooley on Unsplash

We have been dehumanized for quite some time now.
More than dehumanized. We have been blind.
Blind to The Other while we anesthetized our lives with luxury, pleasure, and, more importantly, wants.

We created Hells. We, The Creators of Nightmares!
Us, The Anxiety Ridden Destroyers of Peace!
Why?
For fear of losing ourselves…

Haunting Energies. — A Wednesday Prose Poem Scrittura prompt (August, 11th, 2021)

Photo by Pablo Pereyra (2021)

And there she went,
Not even walking through the sky.
And there she walked,
Not even through the corridors of my mind.

We never made it to Barcelona.
There was no need for us to try.

As my relationship with her meant for her to stay in that same place…

Pablo Pereyra

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