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Newsletter Dated: 12/21/2003 3:01:48 PM

Subject: Two poems in English and several in Spanish-Dos poemas en inglés y arios en castellano.. Feliz Navidad-Merry Christmas



MERRY CHRISTMAS and a happy new year.

Maria Cristina Azcona


Two poems in English and several in Spanish.


Dos poemas en inglés y varios en español.-


DAISIES


Daisies in a ballet of charme.

Their petals cry with salted calm.



Plenty of daisies, a dark green pool waits for the swan.

The night falls, its gown falls.



The swan makes inaudible sounds,

Its neck elongates. How beautiful is the sweet swan.

Its shadow swims quietly, beautifully, silently.



Plenty of time in the moonlight. The silence…

Someone is coming towards the pool, in silence…

The swan escapes while my hand touches the obscurity.


I can breath my insecurity.

The daisies encircle the abysm...

I am the only one to rescue the night from the

cataclysm.










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CHRISTMAS SONG



I love to write, to make you feel,



You love to live, I make you read,



You need a love, I need to give.







I make you dream, to make you reach



The altitude.







You enrich my heart, I reach your soul.



My heart is made of butterflies,



and your soul is made of glowing stars.







You love to read my heart,



I need to think on you,



I need to reach your eyes, to receive



Your gratitude.







We both are made of flesh and soul,



Our world is full of emptyness.



We both are made of pain and joy



The word is our toguetherness.







Let´s sing a song on Christmas Eve:



To share thoughts and kiss



Each other´s grief...



Perhaps will be the first step



Towards a world in Peace..



MARIA CRISTINA AZCONA

Argentina


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Reader Reviews for "Christmas Song"



Reviewed by Andre Bendavi Ben-YEHU 12/10/2003

"Christmas Song" sings on the cadence of love.

This line from S-3, V-3:
"You need a love, I need to give."

This "Christmas Song" is beautiful and enchanting.

Andre Emmanuel Bendavi ben-YEHU




Reviewed by Nicole Davis Vergara 12/6/2003

Such a truly beautiful, full of meaning Christmas Song, a wish direct from the heart!
~Nikki~




Reviewed by Regis Auffray 12/5/2003

A meaningful wish that touched me to the depth of my soul. Thank you for this offering. Love and peace, Regis.




Reviewed by Debashish Haar 12/5/2003

Beautiful and colorful excellent poem Maria!




Reviewed by Joshua Michael Stewart 12/5/2003

nice job





Reviewed by Peggy Bertrand 12/5/2003

Maria,
beautiful greeting and peaceful depth in the meaning.

Peg




Reviewed by Ed Kostro 12/5/2003

Beautiful heartfelt song, Maria, for Christmas, and all year.







AYER TIERRA, HOY MARTE

Quiero parir la mañana

sin embriones congelados

que lloren en mi ventana.

Quiero inhalarte

sin dejar de amarte

planeta de cielo azul.


Ayer eras azul, hoy rojo.

Ayer eras del mismo color

que los ositos koala

trenzando escalinatas en los árboles.


Antes de ayer éramos azules,

unicornio azul, príncipe azul,

ballena azul.


Hoy se van por la rejilla del infierno

el ozono, el oxígeno, el carbono.

El osito koala llora en su escalera

tratando de alcanzar a Dios.



TELESCOPIO A SATURNO


Hoy estuve ahí.

Mi ojo como un búho sigiloso

pudo sentir tus vertiginosos giros.


Hoy estuve, vi.

Penetré en el túnel telescópico.

Me extendió a través de mil crepúsculos.


Hoy estuve ahí.

Tu reflejo y mi pupila confundidos,

volando se alejaron en pequeños círculos.



Hoy estuve y vi.

Pero ya no veo. Mi ojo está en alguna parte

de tus anillos blancos,

bañándose en la luz de tus gases de helio.



MI CUADRO: PLENILUNIO ANTÁRTICO

Hielo de luz sueña plenilunios

en las gargantas oscuras del mar.

Rosas liladas y azul profundo

pintando espejos en el glaciar.


PINTANDO UNA HOJA DE OTOÑO

Estalla un rojo febril en la hojarasca.

Mi sueño desvela este idílico óleo.

Llueven silencios que esquivan borrascas.

Mis manos cancelan remolinos de ocio.


Tomo pinceles como rehenes...

pero mi ansia se desangra.

Increíbles tonos de abril se revelan fosfóreos.

Alumbran la inquieta penumbra...

y por fin se apagan.


ORDENADOR ENAMORADO

Un latido suave de metálico sonido...

Mi ordenador enamorado de tu click, clickeo,

desflora el teclado de mi titubeo.

Como en un papiro cibernético y ciego

hiero la pantalla con lápices ópticos.

Conectando mi módem, con mi amor chateo,

audaz internauta, posmoderno y erótico.





BOMBA EN LA EMBAJADA

Girones de sangre, una cruz,

hierros oxidados, cabellos rubios,

una zapatillita, árboles caídos...

Sangre, zapatillas, hierros, cabellos,

corazones de hierro.
Una cruz, una estrella, una vieja que reza..
.
Un Sahara en el asilo.

Un desierto en la iglesia.

Silencio en el patio de la escuela.

Una cuenta del rosario en el osario.

Un pie descalzo,

polvo carmesí.

Fin del inventario.


AMOR QUE SIEMPRE TE PIDO

Amor que siempre te pido

sin querer amarte tanto

a vos que conoces mi canto

como el ave al propio nido.


Por qué querré siempre mio

a aquél que no quiero dueño

de los locos sentimientos

que tiene el corazón mio.


Y con el correr de los años

sobre el vivir pasajero

recorreré tu sendero

o tal vez te habré perdido.














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