Florencio Gonzalez Alonzo de Leon

Florencio Gonzalez Alonzo de Leon Poems

To fall in love with you
it was enough to meet your eyes
and just like the pleiad
reflected in the water
...

Like fireflies were your words
shining in my nights
Tinkle of light
that adorned my bed.
...

If you could see my heart
you could understand how the Chinese
they write love
With icons and without metaphors
...

Florencio Gonzalez Alonzo de Leon Biography

Florencio González Alonzo de León is an economist from ITESM, a cockfighter, and a poet. He also has studies in creative writing from Wesleyana University, a column in several Mexican newspapers, and a book of stories called La Tragedia de los Comunes.)

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To fall in love with you
it was enough to meet your eyes
and just like the pleiad
reflected in the water
I saw in the constellation of your gaze
my own heart

Heart, submerged
deep in your voice
Your invisible voice like the wind
but like a hurricane
capable of sinking the ship of my soul.

Ship of which your smile is the rudder
and your hair the ships sails.
Dark and thick sails at night
and reddish and bright by day,
sails where the swallows of my dream
flying they make their nest.

I am a castaway from the coral of your heart.
In crook on your lips
and thirsty for your kisses.
Castaway sitting on the brown sand,
from the beach of your skin, toasted by the sun.

Every morning
turned towards the sea of ​​your figure
I have tried to take the high tide,
of the signal your eyes and your smile
so I can hoist my sails,
in the waves of your love
and so set sail
in the calm waters of your loves,
without knowing if we sail on the sea
or the reflection of the infinite sky.

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