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THE KEEPER OF FLOCKS – XLVIII

From the highest window in my house With a white scarf I say goodbye To my poetry as it departs to humanity. And I am not happy or sad. This is the destiny of my poetry. I wrote them and … Continue reading

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THE KEEPER OF FLOCKS – X

«Hello, keeper of flocks, By the side of the road, who Tells us of the passing wind?» «What is wind, that passes And that has passed before, And that will be passing again. And you, what does it tell you?»

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THE KEEPER OF FLOCKS – V

There is plenty of metaphysics about not thinking of anything. What do I think of the World? I do not know what I think of the World! If I got sick I would think about it. What idea do I … Continue reading

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THE POETRY – LA POESÍA

And it was at that age ….. came the poem looking for me. I don’t know, don’t really know where it was, winter or stream. No I don’t know how or when, no, it wasn’t voices, was not words, not … Continue reading

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POET!

Poet! Do not care too much for peoples love. Glowing praise is but a momentary noise; Which foolish judges and cold crowds speak of, But please remain firm, calm with deep poise.

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