Livros de Ontem publisher is pleased to present "The Moss of the Hours", a book by Miguel Raimundo.
"Previously, under the sign of smoking, a temporal plant represented the dawn of the century we live in. Many of its terrible promises of destruction fuel threats and almost every dream we share as humanity continues to be fulfilled.
The moss that grows in the hours of time we live is almost only fueled by anguish. Moss is a patient plant, listening to our daily lamentations or deep outbursts.
Here, in these words aligned by stanzas, beyond the collective anguish, to the agony of the times of the future, we seek the comfort of this listener plant, image of life before the certainties of death. This moss that consumes us the empty hours will also be allegory of the time to devour their children. "
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Text by Miguel Raimundo.
Editing and Review of João Batista | Livros de Ontem.
Graphic design by Nádia Amante | Livros de Ontem.
1st edition limited to 200 copies
All copies are numbered and signed.
About the author
Miguel Raimundo was born near the Christmas of 1980. He was born with poetry, which is his reason for being, making himself known to the public only from this millennium. The Herald of a "narrative poetry" writes how he breathes in various fictional genres. It has premiered in the now-defunct RELER and Now or Never publications, but it will never leave a handful of dreams, perhaps chimerical, perhaps only human.
Miguel has several works published in magazines, collections and some books of his own. He is the author of the book of poetry Hera de Fumo (WAF / Corpos Editora, 2010), participated in the anthologies À Sombra do Crovo e Suenos: Durma bem (coordinated by Valentina Silva Ferreira), both edited in Brazil, by Estronho. He is the organizer and co-author of the April collection after April, published by Yesterday's Books in July 2014, as well as the book Taken Ceuta, Reconquest of Peace (Yesterday's Books, 2017). It keeps the blog "Evangelhos Libertario" (http://evangelhos.blogspot.pt/) since 2006.
Miguel Raimundo is the literary name of José Raimundo Noras researcher and natural teacher of Santarém.
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