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Naturaleza

La tierra se describe como algo viviente que primero es abordada y luego destruida por bombas y sangre. Le brinda comodidad y refugio a los personajes de las lluvias de balas. La tierra es reestructurada por los hombres para ser abrasiva, limitativa, cerrada. Quedan de testigo las cicatrices en forma de trincheras cavadas en colinas, otrora pastorales, y las cercas de alambres de púas erguidas entre líneas.

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