Movements or trends that left strong marks on the vernacular poetry twentieth century, I will quote some milestones that marked, in my view, poetic chronicle of his time: the romanticism, the generations of post 40 and 40, the latter with its variant regionalist and urban poetry movement Buenos Aires, emerged as a break with the existing interior, surrealism and inventions of 50, 60 poetry, marked by a loss of faith in poetic language, and some load nihilating, to which may add an insurgent intimate colloquialism of deep root. Today the poetic, in our country, overcoming the predictable exceptions, seem to transit through other paths. With a strong theme involving desecration formal level, we found a trend that is oriented towards the plane of the concrete, with a revaluation of orality, the urban landscape without ambitious attempts at sublimation or searches. A fragmented poetry elides any influence, which seems to have veiled censored its own story. I wonder if we, today, with a poetic speech masses whose hegemony of the large urban centers to expand, as a reflex movement, inside, the other country. I say, too, if this mean quasi-homogeneous, like a symphony that runs the obstinato of everyday life, a gesture does not respond to community, which has an implicit mandate of differentiation, ensuring at least an alternative way of belonging.
In a virtual closure of being, of intimate conversation with the word – your inheritance – seems to have replaced the voice for a common construction, without slogans or manifestos, in a sort of silent epic, has sought to establish, perhaps as poem, that is not named. Consequently, it is also possible to think whether this deletion of the above, of our rich literary tradition, can not relate, as a symbolic parallel with a vital need to sweep the story itself, which we know, in this, our past Recently, marked by authoritarianism and genocide has left scars of looting and silence. (1) "The Movement Poetry 1950-1960 Buenos Aires, Editorial Fraternal, Buenos Aires, 1979. (2) Gelman, Juan, "interrupts a" Biblioteca Breve Seix Barral, Buenos Aires, 1997. Zubillaga Zulma Mom was born in Coronel, province of Buenos Aires in 1959. In 2005 he published his first book of poems, "The time that dazzles." She is a lecturer in Language, Literature and Latin. It operates literary Chivilcoy, where she lives. Co-chairs and serves on the staff of the literary magazine Fledermaus.