Felipe Gastão

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Felipe Gastão Poems

1. Sinner 12/7/2008
2. Speakeasy 12/7/2008
3. Sterile Love 12/8/2008
4. Poor Actor 12/8/2008
5. Homage To The Benzodiazepines 12/8/2008
6. Mysterious Serpent 12/9/2008
7. Kisses From Your Brazilian Lover - Rio, Summer 2008 12/9/2008
8. Starry Night 12/10/2008
9. Loneliness 12/15/2008
10. Armistice With Nature 12/17/2008
11. Exuberant Play 12/18/2008
12. Lust 12/19/2008
13. Sin 2/7/2009
14. Vesuvio 2/9/2009
15. Dwell 2/12/2009
16. Magdalanae Comune 2/16/2009
17. Mephisto 3/3/2009
18. Where Are You, My Dear Love? 3/22/2009
19. Unfit 10/29/2009
20. Life 2/6/2010
21. A Educação De Cleópatra 9/29/2010
22. Rio De Janeiro 11/9/2011
23. Charlatã 1/10/2012
24. Grão 1/19/2012
25. Beleza 11/18/2013
26. Coração Brasil 2/2/2014
27. Civilized Pleasures 12/7/2008
28. Cursed Love 12/7/2008
29. Brazil 2/5/2009

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Cursed Love

Cursed love

What my fortune, to come into the world under the sign of damn love, an error, like many others, that defies our superficial philosophy. They say the devil and God are completely different things, but how it may be possible if they are Creator and creature? They both love men, but in different ways. The devil is a restless, adventurous and persuasive lover. His seduction is intriguing, has the charm of the spectacles of horror, sings the damnation of all truly intelligent creature, not resigned. Move us with its beautiful revolutionary ideals, that the more they are used to ...

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Civilized Pleasures

Civilized pleasures

For lovers of illusory pleasures, and therefore illegal, paths lead to the neighborhood of delights, known by those who hate dreams, as neighborhood prohibited. All pretend never heard of, but with insight and a dose of charming malice, you discover where it is. Taking a taxi, is getting noticed by the growing decay of buildings, the junk smell of libertinage, the bitter and wet whiff that comes from the brothels, the laughter of ordinary old hoes, abandoned by Aphrodite,

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