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Tag Archives: Ian Salvaña
Its worn-out skin is a study in want: the soles freckled by sweat, the leather hardened by time become masterful in rearing to their own restfulness They have been there quietly waiting, but no one touches them they thirst for … Continue reading
we wait a little more before 3 o’clock arrives: the slow peeking of the eyelids, the imitated noise of heavy men snoring, the weight of our arms clinging to each other when we act of sleeping. Ate Esme has no … Continue reading
for Ten Ilajas It’s the dunes that talk to me, how they loosen up in each other’s embrace, garrisoned by the inevitable touch of sunlight. I look at the body of Al-Dahna blanketing the vast deserts of Arabia, unbruised, seems … Continue reading
Taytayan. Meaning, bridge. Meaning, latayan—the crossing of feet, the markings of heels bare from lack of money, calloused by the rough skin of the earth. Understood as an unmoving companion of the ones living and thriving in the rural home … Continue reading