See the endless, See the unknown.
Sunlight shines through a sieve made of a dozen branches and a hundred leaves, upon the blue waters under the blue sky, but a hungry kingfisher decides to destroy this tranquillity, by scooping up its prey leaving behind a glistening display as the light gleams upon the ensuing waves, which spread out all over the … Continue reading An evening near the lake
You are the air that I want to kiss, You are the body that I want to feel, You are the rose that I want to look, You are the light that I want to follow, You are the idea that I want to dream, You are the life that I want to live, to … Continue reading For Margarita, From Amado, Valentine’s, 1962
The afternoon sun shone bright over the tranquil lake. I could see him standing right there on the opposite shore, in all his majestic glory. The leaves fell all around me as I tried my best to force my companion to move along faster. It was time for our meeting by the side of the … Continue reading The other side of the Lake
From under the shade of a hundred branches, I wake up to the indigo of the night With stars burning like lanterns, in the cold far off sky, Some distant worlds and distant villages, Distant people and distant secrets, The lone dog howls in the distance, and I hear a truck tire shriek, interrupting the … Continue reading Under the shade of a hundred branches