Wednesday, January 27, 2010

2nd BATXILLERAT - Letter Poetry

Here is inspiring activity that pays attention to a number of painters.


28 comments:

  1. Who can it be?
    What time is it?
    What they want?
    Do they want me?
    Are they interested in anything?
    Or they want to give me a packet?
    Or they want give me a lost object?
    Why it move the curtain?
    Why is the wind blowing very strong?
    Or is it someone who moves the curtain?
    And do I dare
    To see
    It?

    ____________________


    "After E.Hopper's
    painting Night Windows 1928"

    Iker Lineo 2º Bat A

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  2. LETTER POETRY


    Who can she be?

    Why is she here?

    What is she doing?

    Did she go to the cinema alone?

    Why is not she watching the film?

    Is she waiting for someone?

    When will he come here?

    Why is she upset?

    What is her problem?

    Should I go

    to ask

    her?


    "After E.Hopper's painting New York Movie 1939"


    Aitor Orias 2BAT A

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  3. What can it be?
    An open window in a normal eve?
    An open window in a hot night,
    or a window that doesn’t close right?
    Who can she be?
    Is the women the owner of the flat,
    or is she spending the night with his loved one?
    Could she be a normal wife,
    or a wild woman having a break in her exciting life?
    She could be the angel that I always dreamt of,
    or the demon that I never have to meet?
    Do I dare,
    to ask it
    to her?


    After E. Hoppers painting: “Night windows”- 1928


    Miguel Ángel Alejo Martínez.
    2nd BAT A

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  4. She, me and the film
    Who can it be?
    Why isn’t she watching the film?
    Maybe she doesn’t like it.
    Maybe she remembers something.
    What is she thinking of?
    About whom?
    Perhaps about me?
    Maybe she is waiting someone.
    Maybe she is waiting for me.
    Should I ask her?
    Should I disappear?
    What do you think?
    What is the best option?
    Perhaps,
    I only see her?

    (Poem inspired in Edward Hopper’s
    New York Movie 1939).

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  5. Who can it be?
    This pink towel reminds me...
    That blue curtain that us moving with de wind...
    And the same windows are at my flat!
    Could it be real?
    Or is it just a fantasy?
    I remembert the day I bought that record,
    I danced along my living room all night long,
    When I realized he was looking at me,
    I moved fast and put some clothes on me!
    Was the man laughing at me?
    Did he see all the dancing session?
    What a shame! What will he think?
    Did he know me?
    I forgot it for a few years...
    And now I see this picture!
    At least he painted me with clothes...
    How did he dare to paint me like this!?

    Poem inspired on “Night windows” of Edward Hopper (1928)

    Gemma Verdú
    2BAT B

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  6. Who can she be?
    Where is she?
    Is she going to meet someone?
    Is she going to meet a man?
    Should she go in?
    Should she stay?
    Or should she run away?
    Did she want to go?
    Or did she have to go?
    Is she going to find a job?
    Is she going to find the love?
    She is thinking that:
    Do I want to enter
    or do I want to leave,
    do I want to be here
    or do I want to be with him?


    Poem based on E. Hopper's New York movie 1939



    Rocio Ortiz 2nd BAT B

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  7. NIGHTAWKS
    Who can they be?
    What are they doing
    So late in the night?
    Are they strangers?
    Or are they old friends?
    Why are they so quiet
    And so tense?
    Is it their first date?
    Are they lovers?
    What are they hiding?
    Is it a secret meeting?
    Are they looking at me?
    What do they want?
    Is that a gun?
    Do they know who I am?
    And who I’m waiting for?
    D they know what is in my briefcase?
    Will they attack me?
    Do I have to surrender?


    After Edward Hopper's painting Nightawks, 1942

    Laura Calabuig 2nd BAt B

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  8. Who can it be?
    It is night
    And the city is deserted
    Didn't had signals of fight
    Two mens and one woman,
    Don't make any important actionl
    You can see sadness in their faces
    It is very misterious
    This picture is very sad.
    Do I expect events?


    After E. Hopper's painted "Nightawks" - 1942.

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  9. LOOK AND SEE
    Who can it be?
    It’s a little curious cat?
    Oh no! It is a rat?
    It’s a man with one white sack?
    Or a shadow with a smile?
    Or a reflection of sky?
    It’s a woman with a guy?
    And how is the place?
    It’s a luxurious big house?
    Or a small apartment like a mouse?
    A calm mansion like a sea?
    Do I dare to see?


    After E. Hopper’s painting Night windows, 1928;

    neus Camara
    2º BAT B

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  10. What can she be?
    Is she getting a dress?
    Is she going out?
    Or is she go to bed?
    Or has she just arrived?
    Has she been with someone?
    With a boy?
    Is she going to dance?
    To a party?
    The end of an affair?
    And do I dare
    To feel
    It?



    Poem based on E. Hoppers painting: Night windows 1928



    Ainhoa Lineo Hurtado 2n Bat B

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  11. Night Windows 1928

    Who can she be?
    What is she doing?
    Is she dressing up?
    Or is she waiting for someone?
    What is she thinking about?
    Is she thinking about someone special?
    Maybe she is in love.
    Maybe it is the end of a night.
    Or maybe it is the beginning.
    Would it be the beginning of a story?
    Or maybe it is the end.
    Do I dare to know the answers?


    Poem inspired in Eduard Happen’s, Night Windows 1928


    Mireia Adell 2 bat B

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  12. Who can she be?
    Why is this woman here?
    Why don´t she see the film?
    Is she sad?
    Is the film bad?
    Will she meet a man?
    What time is it?
    Is it late?
    Or is it early?
    Where is she from?
    Has she’s a good life?
    And, if she isn’t happy
    Can I help
    her?


    “Poem based on E. Hopper's New York movie 1939”

    David Escobairó 2bat A

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  13. She, me and the film
    Who can it be?
    Why isn’t she watching the film?
    Maybe she doesn’t like it.
    Maybe she remembers something.
    What is she thinking of?
    About whom?
    Perhaps about me?
    Maybe she is waiting someone.
    Maybe she is waiting for me.
    Should I ask her?
    Should I disappear?
    What do you think?
    What is the best option?
    Perhaps,
    I only see her?

    (Poem inspired in Edward Hopper’s
    New York Movie 1939).

    LARA BAQUÉS VALLDOSERA
    2 BATX.B

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  14. New York movie (1939):

    Who can it be?
    Am I afraid of him?
    Am I scared of those people?
    Can I meet him?
    Can I run very far?
    Must he hurt me?
    Did they lie to me?
    Will I love that?
    Would I hate everything?
    Is it my time?
    Is it his fault?
    or is it mine?
    And I just can ask
    Should I go and sit again?
    Do I believe that?



    (After E. Hopper’s painting New York Movie)

    Blanca Molina
    2º Bat. B

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  15. New York Movie 1939

    Who can it be?
    He drinks a lot of Gin.
    She is sad
    and is very concerned.
    She returns home.
    He calls on the phone,
    but she does not answer.
    His heart turns to stone
    while he thinks,
    that she is leaving.
    She picks her clothes up in her room.
    What am I still doing here?


    “After E. Hopper’s painting New York Movie 1939”





    Alba Ivorra Condud

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  16. Nighthawks

    Who can she be?
    Has she got a drink?
    Or is she finished?
    Is the man next to her her husband?
    Or is he her lover?
    Why the bar is open
    If in the street there are no-one?
    And the other man who is he?
    Is he waiting to something?
    Or is he so lonely?
    And should I go
    To ask
    Them?

    *marta millon 2nd bat A

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  17. Who can she be?
    What is she doing? It’s so late…
    Is she looking for something?
    Will it be a letter?
    Why doesn’t she get up?
    Will she be spying for the door?
    Will she have discovered the secret?
    Are they speaking behind her door?
    Is she listening them?
    If Will she call the police?
    Has already she discovered me?!
    That I must do?
    Do I hide?


    Poem inspired on Night windows 1928 E.Hopper


    Alexandra March
    2n Bat B

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  18. Who can it she?
    Is she good people?
    Do i meet she?
    Do she know who i am?
    why is she here?
    is she alone or with more people?
    Or she wants to give me a lost object?
    Or she wants to tell me something important?
    Will be a good or bad news?
    If the news is bad, what will be?
    And do i dare
    to see
    it?

    aitor pozo cardenal

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  19. New York Movie1939:

    What can it be?
    What does she think?
    Is she waiting for someone? Who? Her partner? Her friend?
    Or does she work there?
    Is up to something…
    She saw something that didn’t like.
    What se carries in her hands?
    A gun?
    She looks suspicious…
    Something happened in the room which didn’t have to happen…
    Remember the face of the woman in the red coat.
    She was!
    She had to flee, it was too dangerous…
    And if she picked up?
    That site was no longer a safe place to hide.
    And if it gets rid of her?
    Would she have to flee the country, change the name, the life…
    Do I face to her?

    Poem inspired in Edward Happen’s New York Movie 1939.

    Maria Villena

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  20. Who can it be?
    What does she do?
    and why?
    She could be a sad woman because her husband has lefther,
    or she could be a person that batter; or maybe battered.
    That’s why she's alone.
    Simply could be that she's waiting for her family for lunch…
    She's bending down!
    Perhaps she's picking up anything of the floor.
    But, if she doesn't live in this house?
    If she's a criminal, that's waiting for her victim?
    Money questions? Settle up maybe?
    How much stories can you imagine only
    observing a woman from the windows.
    do I have to stop to imagine?

    After E.Hopper’s painting night windows 1928.


    Raquel García
    2 Bat A

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  21. Special Delivery


    Who can she be?

    Is she a woman or a girl?

    Is she a wife or she’s free?

    Has she got a hero life?

    Or has she got a common life?

    Does she want to see the stars tonight?

    Or does she go to sleep?

    Is she a good woman?

    Or is she a bad one?

    Maybe, she is my destiny?

    And do I should

    to go

    with her?



    After E. Hopper’s painting “ Night windows, 1928”




    Sabina Niubó Clavé

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  22. Nighthawk 1942

    Who can it be?
    Could it be news from you?
    The time has passed slowly since you had to go.
    This day was awful. I see how you went away.
    Since this day I haven’t known anything about you.
    But I know that you haven’t forgotten me
    and I continue loving you.
    Sometimes I remember these happy days
    when we were together.
    You went close to me and kissed me softly.
    We will share again this love and the sun will shine as before.
    My life without you is like a sea without water,
    like a forest without trees,
    like a way without end.
    I hope that the war will soon finish and you will come back with me.
    I know that finally the good news that I have waited, there are in this letter.
    Do I have to wait more to open it?

    After E.Hopper’s painting Nighthawk 1942

    Carolina González
    2n Batx B

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  23. Poem: Edward Hopper

    Who can it be?
    Was open the windows at the night?
    Why did the painter paints the woman in red?
    Want to call your attention?
    What are looking for?
    Will be summer or winter?
    Why all the window lights?
    And the facade so dark?
    and I think all these responses are only one person has, the author of the work.

    ____________________________________________


    ‘’After E.Hopper’s painting: Night Windows 1928’’


    Ángel Sánchez Campos
    2nd BAT A

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  24. New York Movie 1939

    Who can she be?
    What is she thinking of?
    About the film she remind
    a romantic relationship?
    About the words that he said,
    Were wrong?
    She could arrange the love
    or she will live of the memory?
    Is the time to take decisions?
    Does she dare to phone him?



    Poem inspired in Edward Hopper’s New York Movie 1939


    Marina Lozano
    2ºBAT B

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  25. Night Window 1928

    Who can she be?
    Is she alone?
    Or is she with a man?
    Is she a married woman?
    She is in a house but, is it her house?
    What is she doing in this position?
    Is she taking her clothes from the floor?
    Why is the window opened?
    Is it a hot summer night?
    Is she taking anything disordered by the wind?
    Why doesn’t she close the window?
    Do I do anything to help her?

    Óscar Miño Peralta.

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  26. Who can it be?
    Is she a man or a woman?
    I can not see
    Maybe you do not exist

    What can I feel?
    Curiosity, mistery and fear?
    I'm not make of steel
    Perhaps must I stop spying?

    Where are we?
    In a city or in a dream?
    I need a seer
    Is it possible that I am mad?

    What's going on?
    I don't know
    Do I go to wake up?

    -After E. Hopper's painting "Night window".

    Albert Negrete Hurtado
    2n BAT A

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  27. Special Delivery


    Who can she be?

    Why are all the windows open?
    Maybe it's a hot night.
    What time is it?

    Why she aren't looking at me?
    Perhaps is searching something.

    She is searching something?

    What are she searching?

    Why are she alone?
    Maybe she are waiting someone, but...

    Who are she waiting?

    I think, we can't never know.


    Poem inspired on Night windows 1928 E.Hopper

    Jesús 2nd Bat A

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  28. It were only three persons,

    at Phillies bar,
    a night of 1942.

    Three Americans worried,

    war came,

    people were worried,

    the nights were passing,

    time was well.

    They had enjoyed the quiet days,

    they didn’t know if they will have again,

    live the day as if it were your last.

    The faces are sad,

    Why war?

    What will become of us?

    Time will tell and if it says,

    We leaved Phillies to another bar.


    Poem inspired in Edward Hopper’s, nighthawks 1942


    Pau Culillas
    2nd BACH. B

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