Waiting for a Tribe Of Mutilated Words

The Argentinian writer Alejandra Pizarnik hoped for poetry.

Photo by Clark Young on Unsplash

The Argentine writer Alejandra Pizarnik wrote this in the middle of one of her poems in 1965 (when she was 29) and it made me think of the writing process:

“And there is, in this waiting,

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Pedro Hoffmeister

Pedro Hoffmeister

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Author with Random House. TBI survivor who struggles. Poet. Climber. Former Writer-In-Residence of Joshua Tree National Park. Podcast: “Boring Is A Swear Word”