Paul Abucean


Juan Murgeanu - Herida


No es para mi el esplendor ni la soberbia
Ni el estupor ni el trabuco del perpetuo fallo
La belleza no obstante queda una herida abierta
Ni el alba de ese pozo murmurado
Ni el álamo ni el barranco que atravesé
Vislumbrando el radiante pie de tu sombra
La belleza no obstante queda una herida abierta
Entonces volvería para taparla con mi boca
Entonces sentiría qué tal se estremece el dolor
Peonias ardorosas soltando desde su jarro
Cuerpo de pétalos de calor y angustia
En la noche de pecado en la eterna fuente
Ni el recuerdo queda ni la gloria
Siguen buscando labios calientes los labios frios
La belleza no obstante queda una herida abierta
Espacio abierto de lo imaginario
El esplendor su gloria el estupor el espanto
Tiempo sin tiempo eco sin pasos pasos sin rumbo


Juan Murgeanu,2010
(Traducido por Paul Abucean)

Submitted: Thursday, February 23, 2012

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