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JOSE LUIS PALAZON : Snow Abacus
JOSE LUIS PALAZON : BLACK COMET

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JOSE LUIS PALAZON
Snow Abacus

The time sets sails in your heart. The snow comes out. The corolla of cleft blades which are reborn -is sailing- in your foolishness. Cold comes time even to you. Nobody breaks the net of the old body nor does he forget the balance of his faith. Nobody inhabits the dawn without its name. Solitude sparkles joyfully on the edge of its wind. Now the snow narrates without end.

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JOSE LUIS PALAZON
BLACK COMET

The light penetrates the sky and hides a distance between the fire and us. The transparence can teach us nothing. Every illusion leaves a trail of shadow and feeling. The heavenly bodies spin safely in oblivion. Our poor passion unties itself fleetingly in the crystal of time. Our pain, a broken-off splinter pierces the night. We know nothing of its loneliness. We remain anchored in the dream. The night waits. Thatís how in its dawn when the heart is already distracted, a black comet passes. Thatís the transparence. We, however, only see the light. The dawn. But night is already a mirror before us.

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JOSE LUIS PALAZON poems from the book Cuerpo Inseguro ( Spanish and English ) by JOSE LUIS PALAZON. The book is translated and published in French, Italian, Rumanian, German and Macedonian.

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