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Lessness and More
Cesar Nascimento
Lessness and More is a fresh poetic experiment that will be certainly most rewarding to the reader. Its themes are varied, from weather reports to approaching death. Not even the difficulties that every writer faces when trying to pour ideas onto paper are spared, as a chapter duly named "writer's block" will show.

Excerpts:

THAT SUMMER AFTERNOON

That summer was not easy on us
But one afternoon the clouds came
And the shadows gave way to quiet light
As we walked to the park half regretting
Having cursed the heat
We were tired of summer, and afraid of winter
Lying by me, you read a book, occasionally
Turning your head to see what I was doing
But I was reading too
And I would bend over to your side
And kiss you lightly on the head
It was a quiet summer afternoon, and
We had all life can offer
The rest being vanity and excess
I flipped a page and turned to you
To kiss you on the head
It was the last of that hot summer
But winter would be warm

A DOG IS A MAN'S BEST FRIEND

Should you peek
At the fugitive
Picture of death?
How will you face
Your death
If it is not sudden?
And will your dog
Ever bark
At your corpse
Deceased?
Or will it be at ease
As if you threw it a bone
That was once your own?
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