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Manifesto de las Mil Monarcas

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By Susana Sandoval

Temazcal of the full moon
Where the multitudes of migrant souls lay dead
In the vortex of winter
Where dead children walking
Another life
Un baile trágico en el vacío del bordo
Una mariposa enjaulada
Quien es la flama y quien Es la moth?
Una campana infinita de cada mundo reciclado
En el nombre del pueblo
Hay un suspiro de libertad
Hay un albergue en una tierra triste
Que lindo pais tan cercana y
Tan Lejos del la frontera de cristal
Adonde Angeles terrestres se convertien en oficinas de nidos amorosos
Transformacion of mystery
Ni madre ni víctima más
43 sobrevivientes en la guerra espiritual
Desconocidos en la liberación
En común
Energía clandestina
Un bautizo del caudel
Una Iglesia universal
Transcendental
La persistencia de memoria
Una américa que amo
A definition of a jubilant tragedy
Standing on the shoulders of giants
Dos gigantes
Dos realidades opuestas desterrerando la fuerza
Demarcando la democracia
And the liberty of all
Una pared transparente
De memoria y justicia
A donde nombres siguen escritos
Con sangre
El grito de la lucha se oye!

Chicago 2014

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