“I’ve written most of my life. When I was eight years old I wrote a story and made a book with pictures—pages sewn together with needle and thread. My first publication! Sadly, it was the story of Pinocchio. Now in my later years, I’ve learned the difference between an original idea and a copy.” –Pablo Cuzco

Pablo Cuzco is a Latino-American poet and writer. Born in the Caribbean, he spent his early years in France, Germany and the American South. In his teens, he traveled across America, guitar in hand, writing songs and jotting down memories. With a handful of literature credits from Empire College—State University of New York, now living in the Southwest with his wife, he has time to share those stories. His works can be found at Underfoot Poetry, The Big Windows Review, Califragile, and soon at Contemporary Haibun Online, The Wagon Magazine and others. You’ll find many of his unpublished works at Pablo Cuzco …in My Mind’s Eye.



32 responses

  1. Pablo, I really like your About page. Your take of enlightenment in all achievements rings so true with me too. Thank you.
    will study more of your Haiku.
    Thank you also for your follow of my blog. It makes me smile.

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  2. This is incredible and beautiful. I’m already hooked and I’ve only read your about page! Weird question, but have you ever read The Sky Manifest or Into the Wild? They’re two of my favourite books and I feel like you’d enjoy them.

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  3. Pablo,

    Thanks for the follow. I have a busy day ahead of me, so I only had time to read your “About” page. However, I know enough now to know I will be back for more as soon as I can. While I am bigger fan of Taoism, I certainly immersed myself enough in Eastern philosophy to have an appreciation for Buddhism as well…and of course, being a writer, I am fond of Kerouac and the other Beats too.


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