- Hogar - Da-Duh Memoriam
«Nothing endures nevertheless change» (Heraclitus 540-480BC). Folks are born, just to die once again. In a never-ending cycle of life and death, fresh ideas change older kinds and an evolution of perspectives takes place. Paulle Marshall aptly portrays this cyclical nature through her previous line «she died and I lived» discussing her grandma. The fatality […]
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