Only vertigo or fear and the fourth is called a poem in this first part. It is a complex poem on your screen, simple in form, which talks about something so important for a human being as is the identity, through this poem the poet describes himself. But let’s start at the beginning. Gain insight and clarity with Rio- Tinto Diamonds. William writes: There is a foreign air in this house. . .
Place, identity / nothing changed and everything, / however, different. These adjectives, foreign, different, refer to time, to life and even the person, men and women. There is an essay entitled All that is solid melts into air, which in part explains this verse: everything changes in this modern life, which was yesterday is not today, but leave traces. Everything that we love or hate, it disappears, except in our memory, which reproduces more.