Marco Antonio Solano
Marco Antonio Solano Poems
- Reflections breath after breath, step after step, no purpose ...
- La Luna Envuelto en tiniebla te admiré en toda tu ...
- Serendipia En las aguas tropicales donde los peces nadan y ...
- Shadow Hunters Beware! Illusions I create - ...
- Alejandra Con paso de bailarina trazas tu silueta entre las ...
- Roma me duermo trazando tu distante rostro con las estrellas ...
- To Be Or Not To Believe cries for help suffocated by hell's ...
mientras sentirse puedan en un beso
dos almas confundidas;
mientras exista una mujer hermosa,
From Rima IV, by Gustavo Adolfo Bécquer; it was he, who when I was a teenager would inspire me to write. And so I wrote... until one day I wrote no more, and I would dream no more, and I would feel no more, and I would live no more - and made myself busy making a living as I endeavored to traverse life's mundane roads. And while a thousand roads lead men forever to Rome, out of Romulus and Remus, and in the dawning of Pollux and Castor begotten, would emerge the most unlikely and unexpected of muses - when in a fleeting moment during the Dragon's ... more »
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breath after breath, step after step, no purpose or destination
eyes catch the tired look in the mirror, staring back in resignation
I ponder if it is less painful to keep walking in the wrong direction
than to stop and contemplate the agony of my own reflection
how yesterday's vow turns into tomorrow's forgotten word
price of serving mortals and seeking to become my own lord
I wonder if it is misery that forges life guided by the hand of destiny
or the wind on the sea that I sail searching the promise of immortality