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Cesar Vallejo

(16 March 1892 – 15 April 1938 / La Libertad)

Quién hace tánta bulla, y ni deja


I

Quién hace tánta bulla, y ni deja
testar las islas que van quedando.

Un poco más de consideración
en cuanto será tarde, temprano
y se aquilatará mejor
el guano, la simple calabrina tesórea
que brinda sin querer,
en el insular corazón,
salobre alcatraz, a cada hialóidea
grupada.

Un poco más de consideración,
y el mantillo líquido, seís de la tarde
DE LOS MAS SOBERBIOS BEMOLES

Y la península párase
por la espalda, abozaleada, impertérrita
en la línea mortal del equilibrio.

Submitted: Friday, April 02, 2010

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