IMBOLIC is a collection of poems that was written for the Poetry 2 Assignment and for the final MA Dissertation. The work is divided into two sections: the first one, POETRYTMENT is a sequence of twelve poems where collage, verse, prose, lyricism and Spanish as a mother tongue work as a complete treatment to release pain and grab hope. In most of the pieces, there is a double reading that suggests a dialogue between a patient and some healers. Among them: Carol Watts, Mercedes Sosa (singer), William Butler Yeats, William Shakespeare, William Blake, Rosemary Tonks, Robert Frost, Alfonsina Storni, Sasha Moorsom and Pablo Neruda. The second one, THE SONG OF THE WOMB written for the final Dissertation addresses to transformation. It is a song that tunes with the voice of cycles, Nancy Gaffield, Patricia Debney, Sor Juana Inés de la Cruz, José Asunción Silva and Alfonsina Storni. In both pieces, there is a poetic product originated from some of the ideas that are registered as in Spanish as in English in “Truenos bajo la piel /Thunders under the skin” (http://claudiaorduz.blogspot.co.uk) since January 2014. For instance: Julio (Hide and Seek adaptation) and Invisible Stitches.