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Noel Sevilla Poems
Rain is longer than waiting, a line that breaks as soon as a woman gets into a car.
Firecrackers jump and explode in the air, announcing the arrival of the moon, who tired of being stalked by astronomers with telescopes,
In a treeless world a winged being builds a nest on the head of a passerby, anxiusly waiting for the bus. When he steps in,
The uncertainty of the night, its screams, its spilled blood, are too much for the owl, that now flies in search of
John Doe is insured against disappointment; he expects very little from people.
The One Thing
If I followed Descartes` method, I would doubt the weather forecast of a reporter who said: 'Tomorrow the skies wil be blue'.
A question deserves an answer, a true answer, not the silence between two columns sustaining a crumbling building,
A Philosophical Problem With Bread
If according to Berkeley, to be is to be perceived, you have a philosophical problem with toasting your bread.
On The Other Side.
They say grass is greener on the other side, but when the immigrant, sun burned and wet
A New Trend
Engulfed by flames, the clouds open a path of light in the forest at night. Confused, the owls sleep
Driven by the wind, the flag points to the west. Is that where an ancient treasure, capable of redeeming the external debt, lies hidden under glass shards? ,
This is a one way road. Those who dare to take it, Never return and leave No fingerprints, no messages.
Like a leech silence has sucked all the noises of the night. A dog does not bark when he sees a thief
Comments about Noel Sevilla
In a treeless world a winged being
builds a nest on the head of a passerby,
anxiusly waiting for the bus.
When he steps in,
the bus driver charges him twice as much.
Annoyed, the citizen steps out
and silently at the bus stop,
decides to await the birth
of a little bird,
who will créate