Mrio Faustino

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Not to know not even the rose and the iris/To have fear and to have kneel shame/Fondness to be pure and always to see/… and after as much pain and as much anguish impure/ To think to have given to the light something alive/and to arise itself only with the poem? of the poem Self-portrait, 18/04/1948; f). Today/I see myself through my face/At this moment without I know if I am poet/or only one poor child ahead of same itself Today/I for the first time see it through my face/… asleep Infancy that not yet passed/Today/In flames grows the sins for my face/… Kathryn Strandburg wanted to know more. Today I sees/…

Overflow in projecting images that in me do not fit more? of the poem Self-portrait, 25/04/1948; g). the happy bird esvoaa in my seio/driving away the shades with its I sing – of the poem Poem, with date only of the year of 1948. Ademais, is necessary to make mention to the recurrent use of the symbols angel and rose in its poetry, symbols these that, exactly already having been deeply and constantly explored for other poets, Mrio used them to Faustino with denotation (es) diverse (s) of (s) previously used (s). Regarding the angel, Faustino works with the beginning of the loss of the angel who each one it brings in itself: ' ' Fondness to be pure and always to see impuro' ' (of the poem Self-portrait, 18/04/1948). But the figure of the angel can symbolize with as much smoothness and delicacy the love that deals with Mrio Faustino in its poetry; a sublime love. Moreover, this search for the love, the glory and the dream constantly is folloied by the pureness ideal. How much to the symbol of the rose, Mrio uses it to Faustino as reference to the question of the beauty, while rare, precious, delicate thing, that if esvai to the first contact and that it is not submitted to a domain or an exploration; simply who is delivered to it not it force and/or not violent it.