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El retrato de una mente algo perturbada Referencias escatológicas mezcladas con un buen detalle en la naturaleza y el misticismo pagano. There isn't much to say that hasn't already been said in other reviews about this collection of poems but i'll say that this book was honestly neither here nor there This book isn't attracting poets but instead curious fans or pursuers of oddities and the overall rating reflects that This isn't a bad set of ramblings but it would no doubt read better in its native tongue, the drawings were very nice though and I wishhad been inside the book This might be easier for people with similar illnesses as the author to relate to, I don't have much in that regard so a bit of the emotion and sentiment is lost on me Not very interesting but not terrible either, just meh. The poems in this book range everywhere from suicidal considerations and blatant mental breakdowns to finding freedom from various means of enslavement on every level of being, physical, emotional and mental Certain poems are subjects that have been talked about and covered so thoroughly in black metal through their depressive writhing that they can be compared to songs by other artists For example, “Attempts and Temptations” is so close in theme to Woods of Ypres’ “Allure of the Earth” that it’s uncanny Other writings like “Christ is Asleep on a Distant Planet” can be so absurdly visceral that they border on psychedelic experiences Yet others still are straight forward and frighteningly serious to the point that they feel as if they’ve come from some cosmic psychic connection with the troubled minds of others like his late fellow Swede Jon Nödtveidt (R.I.P.) The length of these poems is equally as variable, stretching from full twopage ramblings to four line whispers and back to the numeric weirdness of “Numeric Circle”.It doesn’t appear as if Nattramn is appearing to be a savior of sorts Rather he would seem to simply be reminding us of our roots through those poems meant for others, and desperately wishing for freedom from his skinbag vessel when the time is right in others The illustrations that have been included from Costin Chioreanu perfectly represent this hinting at various reoccuring subjects from the freeing of the spirit and mind from the body both literally in death and metaphorically through knowledge, the understanding of the Jungian shadow, the cosmic and everlasting nature of the spirit, and seemingly inescapable mental solitude. Book It is a book Cannot be approached from an exogenous loophole Book Only within madness, only through radicality, holy radicality, radicality forgotten but which permeates Nattram's heart, kidneys and glands State of consciousness Bow to him Bow He mutilated his bowels and delivered them to you Utmost sacrifice of an overabundant soul Do not take him for granted Do not He plunges deep, deep enough to the subconscious; he summons the animal within us: within you Do not take him for granted Rather, bang his (¡living!) corpse in tremulous ecstatic waves You are gone You are noShot into eternity It is a book It contains truth, but a clangour which not many can digest Perhaps the undomesticated Perhaps the prisoners Don't be shy, for Heaven's sake Supress your ironic grin Supress every little resilience Banish your hardwired brain: somewhere north and palsy Eat, shudder, plunge Open Harbour the forlorn miracle as you would a virus.As you would a virus. This is an honest look into the darkness if depression Surprisingly good I read this while listening to Diagnose Lebensgefahr. Well you can definitely tell this was written by an insane sociopath Nonetheless interesting. I don’t read much modern poetry as it’s usually trite, But I felt like throwing myself off a cliff today, and won't read anything on the bestseller list because it's always horrible It was just there staring at me, so I thought I’d give it a chance Lots of reviews mention it’s “insane” or written by the mentally disturbed, but whatever It didn’t disturb me, or make my eyes bleed or anything like that It was refreshing, raw, ragged I didn’t feel so much like slitting my wrists afterward, that could be a plus or minus depending on how you look at it Better than I thought it was going to be so I guess I should stop making presumptions about all living people Someone can still write something interesting and intelligent I hear you, man If anyone wants to read something truly depressing, guaranteed to make them feel suicidal, they should try the current news cycle That works for me every time! {Free Epub} Ã Grishjärta ð Popular E Book, Grishjärta By Nattramn This is very good and becomes the main topic to read, the readers are very takjup and always take inspiration from the contents of the book Grishjärta, essay by Nattramn Is now on our website and you can download it by register what are you waiting for? Please read and make a refission for you