Treasure Island

Yvette Marina Nario

(11/16 / NEW YORK, NEW YORK)


Come and see the production center in the United States-
An interconnectedness of only one direction
A mission of supply as seen as a fragmentation of a whole

A place known as the origin where Mom and Dad feel a sense of great importance-
Born to take the form of a far-away vertex.

Good fortune,
Bad fortunate-

A dense concentration of people already organized to work-
Missing nature-
Tropical lands-
Complimentary to the metropolis
Consumed economical drained wealth

Reinvested radical factors-
Development of the one and the underdevelopment of the other-
Official encouragement and protection

Ink, blood, rise, fall, flowers, blossom, cherished memories, voices, he said, she said, wind, mother, thirst, eyes, discover, sob, yellow, cover, born, sea, sun, light-

Submitted: Thursday, March 11, 2010
Edited: Tuesday, November 05, 2013

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