Monday, February 4, 2019

1 BATX - LET'S WRITE A POEM

Writing a poem from the scratch is a difficult task; only poets can do it and only great poets can do it well. However, some poet's works can be excellent sources of inspiration; so there we go: this time we are going to use some visual poems by the Catalan poet Joan Brossa (1919-1998).

I want to thank the Fundació Joan Brossa for letting me use them.



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29 comments:

  1. Are we the person
    that we show?
    How is the person
    who is below?
    I don't know
    if I'm the person that I show.
    But I'm sure,
    that the pure person
    is always below.

    Blai Sánchez
    (Poem inspireted in Joan Brosa's visual poem: The other one - "L'altre")

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  2. Who can it be?
    It's me?
    Or the other part of me?
    A lot of people know me
    But no one deeply
    I tell myself every single night
    that my smile shines so bright
    I tell myself to shine like the stars so far away
    But I prefer loving yourself
    Everytime I say so,
    my body goes slow mo
    It hurts like hell
    It feels like a beautiful pain
    Do I care
    to loving yourself
    every single day?

    Andrea Lorite
    (Poem inspired in Joan Brossa's visuals poems: "The other one" and "You")

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  3. THE TRUTH OF THE LIFE

    Who can it be?
    Does it have a relation with me?
    What does it want to show me?
    What is your objective?
    Does the life have two face?
    Good face and dark face?
    Do you intend to teach me a lesson?
    Which face is right?
    The face that show? Or the face that hides?
    You are the one
    who makes
    The rial face.

    Yeray Salas
    (Poem inspired in Joan Brosa's visual poem: The other one)

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  4. What can I do?
    Are my decisions?
    What are my posibilities?
    Why is the life random?
    Can I mechanize it?
    Can I control the randomness?
    Who can do that?
    Maybe me or anyone?

    Reference (poem inspired in the Balldice)- Joan Brossas Poema Objecte

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  5. Why do I feel like that?
    Maybe everything's a map
    that I need to follow
    to stop feeling that hollow.

    What am I supposed to do?
    Maybe I'm not ready
    to show the whole world
    what they want to see.

    How can I do it?
    I just feel ok with you
    because you're my home
    the place that I can come

    (Poem inspired in Joan Brossa's "L'altre"-1988).

    Paula Iniesta Burguillos

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  6. What's next?
    Will it come to visit me?
    Where does it come from?
    And what if it never arrives?
    Which will be its stop?
    And what if I am not its stop?
    What will be your destination?
    What about all your stops?
    Am I not the only one?
    Or rather I am the chosen one?
    Does anyone know if it's my end?
    Or is it just a dream?

    (Poem inspireted in Joan Brosa's visual poem: The letter train)

    Andrea Yánez Cueva

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  7. YOU

    Who can it be?
    Just think about it
    Only for a second
    Who are you?
    Who are we?
    Are we a paradigm?
    Or are we just an image?
    Are we lucky?
    Or are we guilty?
    Do I dare
    to think
    about it?

    Nerea Lorenzo Arranz
    (Inspired in Joan Brossa's YOU visual poem)

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  8. THE OTHER ONE

    Who can it be?
    Maybe it's me
    or it can be you.

    Who can I ask
    if this is a real mask.

    Why is it there?
    Why is it in your face?
    I can't see your soul
    and neither mine.

    Properly a bad romance
    between you and me
    between devil and peace.

    Sandra Manchón - 1st BAT A
    (Poem inspireted in Joan Brosa's visual poem "The other one")

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  9. THIS DAY
    When will the people open the eyes?
    When will people notice?
    I’m feed up...
    But I know that some day,
    People will start to have consciousness.
    That day, we will break the chains,
    We will be unstoppable and...
    Finally we will be free.
    When will this day come?

    Oriol Abellan-Inspirat pel Poema visual (1971-82) de Joan Brossa

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  10. Something
    What can it be?
    Is it my soul inside?
    Or is it him who controls my mind?
    Do we live in symbiosis?
    Or is it just like a metamorphosis?
    Personality that I hide?
    My internal dark side?
    Do I have to resist?
    Is it false and it doesn't exist?
    Do I have
    To control
    It?

    Poem inspired in Joan Brossa’s THE OTHER ONE




    Mykhailo Yakyma
    1 BATX A

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  11. Who can it be?
    Could it be me?
    Is it a family person?
    Is it a double identity?
    Or a "assasin"?
    Or a "criminal"?
    An imposible love capture?
    A face of my future?
    A future of desolation?
    The lies of the life?
    The mask of the truth?
    And do I dare
    To discover
    It?

    POEM INSPIRED IN JOAN BROSSA'S "THE OTHER ONE"
    DANNA MIRANDA-1ST BATH B

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  12. Sea
    What is the sea?
    Is it only water?
    Is it where our food luves in?
    Is it a part of our planet?
    Or is it another world?
    An do I care to explore it?

    Poem inspired in Joan Brossa's poem: "key poem"

    Joel Pinteño Ruiz

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  13. MAGIC KEY

    How can it be?
    Oh let me see
    Give me some tea
    And I'll fine the key
    What can it be?
    Heart of an artist
    That unlocks a new door
    That unlocks a new world
    Like a multicolour rainbow
    One complete world
    Hundred beautiful words
    Thousand kilos of gold.

    POEM INSPIRED IN JOAN BROSSA'S "VISUAL POEM"
    HUIYING LIN 1ST BAT A

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  14. MYSTERY

    I found it in my mailbox
    Inside a white box
    What can it be?
    Is it for me?
    Is it a mask?
    Or are the two mask?
    Will it be from someone?
    Will it hide a machine gun?
    I'm so confused
    Why is this here?
    I'm frustrated
    Give me a beer
    Now
    Everything is clear
    Wow
    It's my disguise!

    Poem inspired in Joan Brossa's THE OTHER ONE.

    Liren Siles 1r Batx A

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  15. Wha is it?
    Where is the nine?
    Could it be in this dice?
    How many numbers does it have?
    Maybe just number two
    or the number five?
    I just want to see a normal dice
    What is the number
    that the dice is showing me?
    It is the number one
    the chossen one
    And do I dare to change it?
    Poem inspired in Joan Brosa's visual poem: The square
    Carla Moppi 1r BATX A

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  16. What open's everything?
    Everything is opened by one thing
    What thing can that be?

    That thing that if you lose it...
    You lose everything
    Do you already know the answer?

    You just have to unlock your thoughts
    With what object can you open them?
    That key always open's all the ways

    And should I
    Find the
    Key?

    POEM INSPIRED IN JOAN BROSA'S "KEY"
    IRENE TORTOSA MACANAZ 1r BATX B

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  17. What can It be?
    Who sends this?
    Is It for me?
    Is It for another?
    It can be a animal?
    Can It be a threat criminal?
    A mini gift ball?
    A invitation to playing football?
    And I risk
    opening
    It?

    Poem inspired in Joan Brossa's"THE OTHER ONE"

    ALEJANDRO PRIETO GARCIA - 1BATX B

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  18. Different faces

    Who can it be
    The person with two feelings?
    Maybe happy, maybe sad.
    The one with a rock soul.
    People talks about him.
    Or maybe her.
    But it's still with two mentalities.
    He don't like to talk.
    She prefers to be alone.
    He wants to scream.
    She's still quiet.
    A war between them will explode.
    And then, they will not talk about them.
    Neither him, nor her.
    Do I dare to ask again
    Who can it be
    The person without feelings?

    Poem inspired in Joan Brossa's "The other one"
    Laura Matamala-1st Ba A

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  19. FACE TO FACE

    Who can it be?
    Are you tired of being me?
    Which one should be?
    The shy one or the social one?
    Who will win the final race,
    to go to the surface?
    Show to the world,
    that the both of you,
    are valuable and worth it.
    You don't have to change a thing
    to shine and embrace,
    the world that you deserve.
    Do I dare
    to say it
    face to face?

    POEM INSPIRED IN JOAN BROSA'S POEM "THE OTHER ONE"
    SONIA DÍAZ GONZÁLEZ 1r BATX A

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  20. FAKE FACE

    What can it be?
    Is it a man?
    Is it a mask?
    What do you want to tell me?
    Are we all fake?
    Won't someone lie?
    What does that mean?
    Is it done at random?

    I don't get it
    What do you want me
    to do
    with that?


    -POEM INSPIRED IN JOAN BROSA'S POEM "THE OTHER ONE"-


    Nerea Vázquez Reyes-1st BAT A

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  21. Misterious Man

    What can it be?
    Is it a man?
    Is it a shadow?
    Or an illusion?
    Or is it a real monster?
    A personification of a spirit?
    A simple shield?
    And do I dare
    To reveal
    It?


    -POEM INSPIRED IN JOAN BROSA'S POEM "THE OTHER ONE"-

    Badr Ouabid- 1st BAT A

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  22. THIS IS ME
    Who can it be?
    Is this me?
    Is this real?
    Am I exactly where I'm supposed to be now?
    Now I found who I am
    There's no way to holding it
    This is me
    And do I dare
    To show
    It
    To the world?
    (poem inspired in Joan Brosa's THE OTHER FACE)

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  23. Mysterious Face
    -----------------
    What can it be?
    Is a real face?
    Is it the mask of the dark man?
    Is it the face of the bright women?
    I don't know.
    I'm very confused.
    Please help me,
    brightnes women.
    I'm lost in the life.
    Please help me,
    the dark man.
    I'm empty.
    Please help me...

    (Poem inspired in Joan Brossa's "The other one")
    Miguel Hurtado Diaz, 1st Batx A

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  24. What is it?
    It's myself? Or it's just a shell?
    Is it real?
    Or it's just fear?
    Does people know?
    Do I show?
    We'll keep going on
    Alone
    By my own.

    Blanca garcia

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  25. Hidden me

    Who can it be?
    maybe it's me
    but maybe it's not me.
    Maybe it is a reflection of me,
    or my darkness trying to leave
    an other face trying to show something that can't be,
    or it's me showing something that can't it be?
    I don't know who it can be
    but i know that is me
    trying to hide the reality of me.
    An do I dare
    to show
    the reality
    of me?

    (Poem inspired in Joan Brossa's "The other one").
    Luis Parés, 1st Batx A

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  26. OUR LOVE

    What it can be?
    Where does it has to be?
    Is it about me?
    Or is it about the sea?

    I wanna know
    what you think
    when you are alone
    and when you are with me

    If someday
    you get tired of wait
    you are able to take your car
    And go away

    (Poem inspired in Joan's Brosa's poem 'The other one')

    Paula Civantos, 1 Batx A

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  27. Key-lash
    What ca it be?
    Is it a gift?
    is it a special key?
    Or it's a key to all knowledge?
    Or the key that will open all the doors?
    With this key can I open the door of your heart?
    And do I dare
    To discover
    It?

    (Poem inspired in joan Brossa's "Visual Poem" or "The Key")
    Kailash Saire, 1 Batx A

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  28. Who I am?
    Maybe I have two identities
    or maybe i'm always the same?
    And I change depending on the game,
    the game of the truth
    or the lies?

    Who I am?
    But my identity never dies
    we always change
    sometimes

    Alejandro Moragrega Laez 1Bat B
    Poem inspired in Joan Brossa's poem (The other one)









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  29. THE REAL ME

    I feel locked,
    There’s something out there?
    I can’t see
    I’m covered of fears
    Where can I be?
    I can’t move
    I must escape
    I got to go outside
    I don’t want more hide
    This must be a trap
    Is that light what I see?
    I’m out,
    I’m free
    Now I’m the real me.

    Joel Pérez Segués 1r BAT A
    Poem inspired in Joan Brossa's poem ( The Other one )

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