Fabio Caparelli

Rookie (1990-2005 / San Salvador de Jujuy, Argentina)

Biography of Fabio Caparelli

Fabio Caparelli poet

Born in Argentina to an English mother and an Argentinian father in a green bungalow, Fabio learnt at a very early age that he would never be able to walk.

Using his pen, he drew himself some legs. He drew himself a smile and then he drew his mother a life that was not impoverished and restricted by an abusive marriage to a man with a handlebar moustache. Of course, these drawings were not real but with them, Fabio found an escape.

As he became older, he began to speak Quechua, Letzeburgesch and English. English was his favourite and with it he began to use his pen of escape some more.

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Bombs Over Bangor

It was not me, who beside the sea,
Stumbled upon the shrapnel,
The bombs that fell, the flesh that bled,
The emptiness that was left instead,
Of sand based fun and sea activities,
Makes for a far more interesting walk,
We all love history, don't we?


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