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Saturday, January 27, 2007
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Angustias de Amor is the primary poem followed by a rough english translation for anyone wanting to know what is all about. I hope you can enjoy both.

Deseando que alguien hubiera llamado
abrí la puerta a un portal vacío,
y no a un rostro sonriente que yo
pudiera sonreir como diciendo...bienvenido!!!

Un llamado en mi puerta que dijera
aquí estoy, regresando desde todos los olvidos
para darte el más tierno de los besos
que pueda curar tu corazón herido.

Una presencia trayendo el calor de un abrazo
donde el amor estará escondido,
para despertar en mi pecho solitario
la rosa de una ternura que siempre fué conmigo.

Por eso espero siempre ese llamado en mi puerta,
golpes que no vienen, golpes sin castigo,
esperando, siempre esperando, mientras
el amor se va muriendo, poquito a poquito.


Wishing that someone would call
I opened the door to an empty space,
when I was expecting to say welcome back!
to as I remember your smiling face.

A call on my door saying, "I am here!
coming back from forgetfulness abyss
trying to heal your wounded heart
with my most tender gesture...a kiss"

A presence with the warm of an embrace,
where love is hiding somewhere inside,
awaking in my solitary chest a dormant
blushing love, always so much alive.

For all that, I wait the call in my door,
blows that don't happen, absent blows,
and as I wait, always waiting for that call,
the sands in the clock are running out,
yet, you call never come and love's dying,
every minute, slow, anguishing slow.

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Reviewed by Liana Margiva 8/16/2011
DEAR GEORG!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I LOVE YOUR WORDS!!!!!!!!!!!!! Liana Margiva
Reviewed by H Cruz 1/27/2007
I love this poem Georg. It made me feel and reminds me of an Italian 15th century poet named Di Lodovico Ariosto famous for L'Orlando.
Reviewed by Lisa Hilbers 1/27/2007
A siren's song, of love lost. Sad but yet hopeful not all is forgotten.
Truly beautiful.

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