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Animal Rights Poetry - 'My Heart is a Sanctuary'

Maria Luisa Arenzana Magaña's Poem "My Heart is a Sanctuary" added to Animal Rights Poetry Corner

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Austin, Texas - Artists & Activists for Animal Rights (AAAR), a collective of passionate individuals committed to advocating for the ethical treatment of all sentient beings, proudly announces the inclusion of Maria Luisa Arenzana Magaña's moving poem, "My Heart is a Sanctuary," in their esteemed Animal Rights Poetry Corner. The poem is part of Magaña's remarkable collection titled "From Bleats and Ballads Across the Universe."

Maria Luisa Arenzana Magaña is a renowned poet and animal rights advocate. Her unique writing style, characterized by its sensitivity and emotional depth, has garnered widespread recognition in literary circles. Magaña's work demonstrates her unwavering dedication to utilizing art as a catalyst for social change. "My Heart is a Sanctuary" beautifully encapsulates the profound connection between humanity and animals. In this thought-provoking piece, Magaña's poetic prowess delves deep into the realms of empathy and compassion for animals, inviting readers to reflect upon their own relationship with non-human sentient beings. Through evocative imagery and heartfelt verses, Magaña's work resonates with the core values of AAAR, inspiring change and fostering a sense of collective responsibility.


"MY HEART IS A SANCTUARY" From Bleats and Ballads Acro the Universe By Maria Luisa Arenzana Magañas I feel every animal in every cell on my skin jumping from pore to vine, flying its atmospheres.

Every animal rescued remains in a little bubbly cell —cosy, revered, silky— that I fly with oxygen spelled, lettering and pulmonary winds blowing the insides of a soft blot air balloon, displacing the “hes” and “shes” faraway from “Earthies” to their still incipient “nooM”, our now expatriated Moon. Eight pints of inky blood circulate and print the tragic face of someone, scintillas of their souls lost in the world, lastly found in me. Every pore of my skin is a remainder of every animal in need. When I work in the garden, the scantiest cut or blister in one or more of my fingers, contains the pail of a pig with the exact amount of her blood, rose madder and thick. And I sob while I sing because I’ve become more than what I saw or see, mostly what they hide or hid. There’s a deep cyanic sky in me, though, pure, bright, crystalline and awed, a veil of twinkling glow made with the finest ethers where we all join, and blow the highest hopes in such a tremendous gurgle, that I explode, little wishes of utopian wonders, handcrafting the infinite cosmic kite against the darkness of the unknown. And there I play my music, I create a new path for the melody yet unborn I become the new song beating, rescuing, singing the desires of my soul, the revival of my forgotten me, the potential I behold at the very core of what I once was far beyond my flesh and bone. My heart is a sanctuary"

Sylvie Abate, the Founder of Artists & Activists for Animal Rights, expressed her enthusiasm for Magaña's contribution, stating, "We are thrilled to feature Maria Luisa Arenzana Magaña's poem in our Animal Rights Poetry Corner. Her eloquent words ignite a sense of empathy and hope. It is through art and collaboration that we can make a difference in the lives of these voiceless beings."

To read "My Heart is a Sanctuary" and explore other exceptional works in the Animal Rights Poetry Corner, please visit the Artists & Activists for Animal Rights website.

About Artists & Activists for Animal Rights (AAAR): Artists & Activists for Animal Rights (AAAR) is a collective of creative individuals dedicated to advocating for the ethical treatment of all sentient beings. Through various artistic expressions, including art, photography, music, poetry, and film, AAAR raises awareness about the inhumane treatment of animals in factory farms and promotes alternatives to meat and dairy consumption. The organization, founded by Sylvie Abate, is headquartered in Austin, Texas.


Media Contact: Sylvie Abate Founder, Artists & Activists for Animal Rights Email: sylvie@artistsandactivists.org City: Austin State: Texas Country: USA

 

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