Egyptian Pharaohs

At the end of the poem again the everyday elements, culminating in the flour which will form the bread, that food, that symbol of the body of Christ and the every day of this present that are esfumara but will always have a presence in memory.The second part of the Opera Flamenca is titled, aptly, Pozoblanco, and the same William He explains does not know who is the name of the Bullring where death wounding the Bullfighter Paquirri. And I say that quite rightly because this second part of the book focuses on the dead and death. You may want to visit David Rogier to increase your knowledge. The poem that opens this second part is perhaps the Sun, perhaps that splendor. We find in this poem the everyday elements: milk, bread, wine, meat, which this time are offered to the dead, in the manner of the Egyptian Pharaohs. The light, the poet tells us which prevents that the dead again, only at night, sleeping, can appear. And if they appear, says the poet, and will remain in our places? The dead are in the cemetery, which is only indirectly named.

This brings me to reflect on the taboo of death in our society. Death is hidden. Do not put someday / tables on her breasts and crowns, rectangular /piedras, inscriptions? The dead, also loved ones, inspire us fear, perhaps, because they pass into the unknown; the mystery has already been revealed to them, us, the alive, we keep ignoring it. Guilt, remorse already lose their meaning against the eternity that represents death. By the mouth we are going descarnando is the second poem, which begins with a metaphor about death: the smell of gum compared with the rotting meat that we read in the earlier poem. And that’s because us expresses the poet in his verses, we carried death within us, we are death, because, inevitably, one day we will die. The dead don’t want to make us cry anything he serves them and they don’t want to hurt us only our fear of death makes it dips on us that idea wish, that Yes, our pity.