Biography of Eduardo Santibanez
Mexican living in Canada, trying poetry in English.
All drawings are done by me, created to go together with the poems.
Eduardo Santibanez Poems
What I Would Not Give
For one more morning with my bride And to wake up by her side She to be before my eyes While we lay as the sun rise
Did You Ever Stopped And Thought?
How would it feel? To see everything turn gray And to suddenly be astray To see stones become clay
We built dreams futures formed from love and hope Images of things to come, looked clear What it takes to give up what is still so dear?
Why can't you see me? I am the one you loved I am the skin you touched I am the lips you kissed
How will it end? If my hopes would not bend What will I do? If away from me you flew
Herald of summers Greeting from nature Your destiny glimmers beams of creation
All around us Inside dance our souls Twisting and spinning
A House By The Lake
Just dreams Ended by reality Surprising as it seems Stomped by banality
Not seeing the evident Close to trip and fall Unaware of what's in front I could not see at all
Pure instinct born of sin Untamed, wild and sick Unable to contain him The path was his to pick
Majestically stunning Danger from the deep A lone jelly swimming Ready for the reap
Danger from the deep
A lone jelly swimming
Ready for the reap
Bold by expertise
A gray fish swimming
Spots a jellyfish