In the debutdiktsamling The ”taste of the town, and the love of god,” often make the Punta Cuevas is a rebellious, if it is the Swedish democratic party, a fascist police force, racism, and violence, but it is also romantic, about lesbian love, lashes, and tears.
It all starts in the kitchen with, say, mum, as the prophet of the generation to which he belongs. This is a generation that has been treated according to who your parents are,” which are the ”chameleons”, but that the experience of oppression is a source of strength: ”in the end, no one will be able to come in and think they're going to educate you on how to become Swedish”. The poem is a collection of urscen, and it is from the shed to the position to which the subsequent poems may be generated.
this Form is a prosalyrisk, but Cuevas diamonds to the poems of rytmiseras with the help of the repetition and of the inrim, which makes them particularly well-suited to be read aloud. The language, in which the beloved is likened to landscapes, and the blankets smell vårstorm is very fragile, and concentrated. At the same time, it houses the images, there is often also a lot of feeling and passion, which is reminiscent of Karin Boye : the late work.
In The 'taste of the town, and the love of god', it is about the everyday life, is vulnerable to a type of violence that can be traced to the social structure.
But in spite of that, the language is beautiful, and the tenderness is rarely in the rest of these adjectives, then, is the intimacy and the tenderness of the Cuevas prints up often in danger. The queer love is being attacked by anti-gay men, and racism. The community, the town is invaded by a violent police officers, and beset by the grief of the young people who were murdered.
”The taste of the town, and the love of god,” this is a question of everyday life, is vulnerable to a type of violence that can be traced to the social structure. It makes me think of the american poet, Audre Lorde , and his arguments about poetry, as a form of resistance in an oppressive society, where the Cuevas, the poems appear to be just that: motståndshandlingar, cast in a poetic form.
”The taste of the town, and the love of god,” is therefore an important protest, against a public that has long sought to depoliticising, racism, homophobia, and the poor living conditions, and this article incorporates powerful will stay with me for a long, long time.
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The taste of the town, and of love.
Ekström, & Garay, 124 pp.
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Lizette Romero Niknami is a poet and co-workers Taken kultursida.
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