Antonio Porchia (–) wrote one book, a slender collection of poetic aphorisms that became a classic in the Spanish-speaking world. With affinities to . ANTONIO PORCHIA. From “Voices”. Some things become such a part of us that we forget them. I want because of what I wanted, and what I wanted, I wouldn’t. Voices by Antonio Porchia, published by Copper Canyon Press, a nonprofit publisher dedicated to poetry, bilingual edition.

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It was always easier for me to love than to praise. Not even of himself. Y nada no se vuelve a cubrir.

Copper Canyon Press: Voices, English translation of poetry by Antonio Porchia

Lo justo no me sirve. The confession of one humbles all. Cuando lo superficial me cansa, me cansa tanto, que para descansar necesito un zntonio. The earth has what you raise off the earth. Vemos por algo que nos ilumina; por algo que no vemos.


Todo es un poco de oscuridad, hasta la misma luz. I have been my own disciple and my own master.

Voices Quotes

Mi voz me dice: Not using faults does not mean one does not have them. Mis cosas totalmente perdidas son aquellas que, al perderlas yo, no las encuentran otros. Creo que son los males del alma, el alma. Argentine authors Aphorists deaths. When I have nothing left, I will ask for no more.

In its last moment, the whole of my life will last only a moment.

Antonio Porchia Quotes (Author of Voices)

I hold up what I know with what I do not know. In no one did I find who I should be like. Yes, this is what is good: Donde se lamentan todos, no se oyen lamentos.

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Prefiero al mejor de los refugios las puertas de cualquier refugio. Yo creo que te suicidas.

If you do not raise your eyes, you will think you are the highest point. Quien busca en su bien un viices mayor, pierde su bien.

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Todo juguete tiene derecho a romperse. Una cosa sana no respira. Todos llevan a un punto de partida. Everything is like the rivers: Nothing ends without breaking, because everything is endless.

Antonio Porchia

Revised and updated with a new introduction by translator W. Views Read Edit View history. When you made me into another, I left you with me. With affinities to Taoist and Buddhist epigrams, Voices bears witness to the awe of human existence.

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