A sixty-year-old man writes a poem and entitles it 'Anima'. Days later he writes another poem with a tone similar to the first, entitles it 'Anima', then realises he has just begun a series which must all bear the same title. Furthermore, the man ...
decides that in the future and till the day of his death he is going to continue writing poems that, since they have this tone, will bear the title 'Anima'. At the end of a year, having written some 150 poems, he extracts from the accumulated mass 60 poems called 'Anima'. (Jose Kozer)