Jose Rivadneyra

(Lima, Peru)

The Twins - Poem by Jose Rivadneyra

And those elder men shook friendly their hands
And look at each other so sharp and so long
With the supreme knowledge of being two brothers
From this magic world that goes on and on.

"My name is the science - so said the first one-
And my sense and thoughts search always the truth
And although I keep solving problems of all kind
There are many others which come though and through.

"The art, so they call me said as well the other
I create and recreate the beauty of the heart
And although I am doing my best for this beauty
There are many problems which come right behind".

Both looked at each other so sweet and so tender
Exchanging the gifts of that living love
And hugging each other as two divine members
They follow the path which goes on and on.

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 2, 2003

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