El Morro, Viejo San Juan
Museo de las Américas, Viejo San Juan
Puerta en el faro del Morro, Viejo San Juan
El Morro, Viejo San Juan
Viejo San Juan
Balcón desde el Paseo La Princesa, Viejo San Juan
Balcones desde el Paseo La Princesa, Viejo San Juan
Thresholds to new beginnings,
to an end, to the unexpected.
Structures stating the limits.
Architectural moving compositions.
Square, round, top arched.
Red, blue, black…
Wooden, Metal, Crystal…
Hybrids like our hearts.
Our entrances, our exits.
This post was inspired by The Photo Challenge by The Daily Post: Door.
“Every secret of a writer’s soul, every experience of his life, every quality of his mind, is written large in his works.”
“Cada secreto del alma de un escritor, cada experiencia de su vida, cada cualidad de su mente, está escrita en grande en su trabajo.”
¿Tienes algún secreto que contar, una experiencia que debe ser leída? Toma tus armas y escribe. Liberate de tu carga y compartela.
Do you have a secret to tell, an experience that must be read? Take upon weapons and write. Relieve yourself of the burden and share it.
For life is better together with those you love and love you back… Enjoy life and be inspired.
Charles Dickens said “There are dark shadows on the earth, but its lights are stronger in the contrast.”
This is what I found on Wikipedia about Contrast in literature, by the way very interesting:
In literature, an author writes contrast when he or she describes the difference(s) between two or more entities.
Contrast is the antonym of simile. In poetic compositions, it is common for poets to set out an elaborate contrast or elaborate simile as the argument. In Renaissance poetry, and particularly in sonnets, the contrast was similarly used as a poetic argument. In such verse, the entire poem argues that two seemingly alike or identical items are, in fact, quite separate and paradoxically different. These may take the form of ‘my love is unlike all other women’ or ‘I am unlike her other loves.’
If you are interested in using, or practicing, contrast in your poetry, you might like to read this article “Contrast as a Method of Developing Poetry”. At the end of it you will find an exercise. Enjoy!
In a life that reality and imagination collide constantly on the decisions between broom or pen, laundry or revision, housecleaning or story research, kids homework or plots… To indulge is a delightful gift, is to yield to the wishes of my inner desires as a mother, wife, friend, writer (in no particular order).
When done, I yield, in an excessive degree, to the gratification of the pleasures of a double life: me and my writer self.
To yield to… To Indulge in the simplest moments in a life for which I’m thankful for.