ENRIQUE ALBERTO HURTADO MINOTTA

Rookie (MARZO 26 DE 1952 / BUENAVENTURA - COLOMBIA)

My Queen Forever - Poem by ENRIQUE ALBERTO HURTADO MINOTTA

Although you become fat and chubby
and your muscles fill with fat.
Although you become old
and the wrinkles dance in your skin.
Although your teeth disappear
and your alone beautiful smile is a memory.
Although you are deaf
and you cannot listen
the poems I write for you.
Although you become blind
and you cannot see during
at the sunrise my sadness.
Although you become crippled
and you cannot dance tight to my body
as in the good times.
Although the diabetes and the arthritis
increase your pains in those
rainy days and the ants
follow you everywhere,
Do you know?
That doesn't care!
You will be forever my queen!
My only queen! !


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Poem Submitted: Thursday, October 21, 2004



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