Embedding new rules
in a new arrangement
and having a new strategy,
the white king is driving
the opposing one to the wrong corner
for being controlled by the bishop.
The white king is very rich.
He takes seemingly worthless properties
from his own people
and turns them into his own properties
while defending a system
which has enslaved and still exploits.
Thus, he gladly tries to see himself
as a great hero while
thinking how smart and clever he is
when he can encounter the Dark Essence.
His citizens become blind and very poor.
The black king has the power,
he has respect for the private property
and for the rights of the people
to freely acquire and use this property.
In his kingdom, there are people
who are rich and people who are very rich.
But the black king is blind...
The bishop gets greedy
because his two cards are identical.
Moreover, he may split the cards into two hands
and his two hands
can be played out independently.
He tries to hide because
he is paid to do this....
He has a lot of knights, very good fighters,
but they are fighting for nothing...
The white is still trying
his perfect chess mate.....
I think that he is trying
to force too much in the match...
But he can win because
the chess is a sport
which is really picking up momentum.....
You can see that the chess
can become an easy game
and the last thing to check,
before you move up and down,
is to see if you know its secrets
or if you can highlight some key issues
in the movement strategy
because the movements
do not adequately insert
in the universal rules...
The movements are set in real places
and, sometimes, include real events
as well as imaginary ones
like that twirling zone,
which is capable of moving itself
in a stealthy or a secret manner...
And you must have an infinity of ideas...
When something can be dissolved,
it can be reconstructed
into new, complex formulas...
If you have the courage to play no-limit,
you can play no-limit...
If you have no courage to play,
then don't play...
In fact, it is the same
bleeding atmosphere for all
and the same moribund Earth...
This poem has not been translated into any other language yet.I would like to translate this poem