Agonizing Plasma. Memory.


The agonizing plasma consciousness can be.
Slab of stone.

C. K. Williams, closing lines to “Stone,’ from Repair

Credits: Poem Source – A Poet Reflects. Painting by German Aracil.  Aracil is a contemporary Spanish artist, born in Alicante, Spain. In 1985 he began his studies at the San Carlos School of Fine Art in Valencia, Spain. See more of his work here: German Aracil.


  1. The connection between eyelids and memory – what we remember as we look through the lens of our eyes when their closed..

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  2. with each memory, things are relived once more.

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  4. I think I’d need to read the whole poem to really get this.

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  5. Willy Nilly says:

    A very powerful mental image comes to mind when I see the painting and read, “slab of stone.” The back of a person in imagery often represents death or the turning away. Reflections on such memories become the foundation of our future, if allowed.


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