iván BRAVE

Writer

Thank you David Lehman and American Scholar

Thank you David Lehman and American Scholar

23 August 2018

For the prompt and for featuring my poem August 7th on the following article:   https://theamericanscholar.org/how-to-cheat/#.W3g0AcInbIU   ∀ Clothes pins, presumably, because of how these poems were pinned up one by one

A Dirge to Love (Part 10)

A Dirge to Love (Part 10)

1 June 2017

Click here for the PDF — A Dirge to Love (Part 10)   Do you agree with the friend, Nicholas? Is his advice advisable? And will the narrator abide?

A Dirge to Love (Part 9)

A Dirge to Love (Part 9)

25 May 2017

Click here for the PDF — A Dirge to Love (Part 9)   In this week’s episode, we finally see the narrator taking the GRE, and we hear about “you know who.” How would you have reacted?

A Dirge to Love (Part 8)

A Dirge to Love (Part 8)

18 May 2017

Click here for the PDF — A Dirge to Love (Part 8)   Are any of the words in this week’s episode new to you? Write a sentence using it, and leave it in the comment section.

A Dirge to Love (Part 6)

A Dirge to Love (Part 6)

4 May 2017

Click here for the PDF — A Dirge to Love (Part 6)   In this episode, our protagonist meets a psychic. Does this help?    

A Dirge to Love (Part 4)

A Dirge to Love (Part 4)

20 April 2017

ivanBRAVE_ADirgeToLove_4   In this post we see the narrator rebound, writhe in despair, and sing his heart out.   What would you do with a broken heart?

A Dirge to Love (Part 2)

A Dirge to Love (Part 2)

6 April 2017

Click here for PDF — A Dirge to Love (Part 2)   Where do you think the story will go? Share your reaction as a comment.

“Floto sobre tú” — 8 lines

“Floto sobre tú” — 8 lines

21 March 2017

Click here for a PDF — “Floto sobre tú” … Me fascina la combinación de “na” y “va,” y la de “na” y “ve,” casi tanto como la de las silabas de mi nombre al revés. Primero empecé con estas líneas: “Un navío vacío Navega vagamente” Luego las tire al agua, y las volví a […]