ONE POEM – María Paula Currás

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Mayhem

I’m a mess
A profaner of tombs
Devoted to graves
         Except mine.

I’m great excess
And by that I mean I overflow
(take it as you will)

I condemn what I commit
I commit what I condemn

The sad song of guilt
The great joy of unactualized possibles
The aesthetics of feverish eyes
The iris of yours.

I’m a mess.
I’m currently in construction
And by that I mean
I don’t plan to resurface.

María Paula Currás is a young poet from A Coruña (Spain) who has been writing poetry for almost 10 years. Paula is currently pursuing an MA in Advanced English and Literature. As a researcher in contemporary American poetry, she has recently focused on confessional and L=A=N=G=U=A=G=E poetry, paying attention to authors such as Sylvia Plath, Anne Sexton, or Lyn Hejinian. 



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