Four poems: grendels nature...the racetrack...counting days...[now in english and spanish] - poetry
1) Grendel's Divorce
You must know that I do not hate
And that I hate you,
I hate you in order to start hating you
I hate you, and I do not hate you,
As if I carried
My hate has two lives, in order to
Do not hate you,
2) Grendel's Waiting
Do not go far off, for more than a
Don't be alone, even for an hour,
Friends, full of anguish will run,
?oh, hide your silhouette, yes
Hide it, eyelids and all into an
Because-because-in that moment
So far, you will not come back; and
3) As well as Days
Each day I wake-up I
When I look back, it seems
I do not want to swallow-up
4) Papa Augusto's Hipódromo
While I sit here, in the open,
1) El Divorcio de Grendel
Usted debe saberlo que yo no odio
Y lo que yo odio,
Lo odio con el fin de comenzar a odiarle
Le odio, y no le odio,
Como si yo llevé
Mi odio tiene dos vidas, con el fin
Es por eso que le odio, cuando lo hago
No lo odio,
2) La Espera de Grendel
No vaya muy lejos, por más que un
Momento; " porque porque "
No esté solo, aún por una hora,
de Grendel, llenos de angustia correrán,
?oh, oculte su silueta, sí
Oculte ello, párpados y todo en un
" Porque porque en " ese momento
tan lejos, usted no volverá; y
3) Conteo de Días
Cada día despèrtando yo
Cuando miro hacia atrás, parece
No quiero tragarlo
4) El hipódromo de Papá Augusto
Mientras me siento aquí, en el abierto,
In these poems we see not only human characteristics at work [in Grendel], but the characteristics of the disguised world perhaps, annoying to get into Mr. Siluk's poems. A ecstatic win at the racetracks, and including days, can be a bore. All made to order for a nice morning in reading. Rosa Penaloza
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