Gabriel Moreno Poems
- Letter To My Death Letter to my death Dear death, There ...
- Florence And Death On the death of Elizabeth Barrett ...
- Stromboli We watched the flames leap out of the muzzle and ...
- Rejection The howl of the old Giacomo Leopardi One more ...
- Letter To My Jealosuy Letter to my Jealousy Dear jealousy,...
- The Prophesy Tiresias was wrong the pleasure was mine daily...
- Orpheus And The Angels Orpheus and the angels I am a ...
Philosphy and Hispanic Studies graduate, University of Hull. (2000)
Creation and invention of hispanic texts, doctorate, Barcelona, (2007)
Translator and English Instructor in Barcelona, Italy and Peru. more »
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Letter To My Death
Letter to my death
There is no liking you.
You take little children
and dry them like tomatoes.
What is this obsession
with fertilising gardens?
Must you turn my heroes
into food for the trees?
your vanity disgusts me,
the rose between your legs
is old and much too worn,
there is no Ithaca there,
no opening, no window,
you lead to tyrant states
of conscripted silences.
some men live twenty-fold,
they rise high and they fall
and meet you with open eyes.
When you come for ...