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Although I have done it all these thirty years or more, although I live my life surrounded by other people who are always doing it, still I think that there are few activities so worthy of inspection as the reading of novels.

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No debe ser marinero

No debe ser marinero
quien quiere dejar rastro.
La estela de la barca
se ensancha y despacio
desaparece. Sin hacer ruido
golpea el remo
otra vez contra el agua.

posted evening of Friday, October 27th
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Permanece tranquila
en la orilla del lago
mientras desembarca
el marinero
y jala el esquife
sobre la orilla herbosa.

posted evening of October 28th by The Modesto Kid

Es mullido el césped, que se aumenta
en seguida de vuelta
y oculta sus rastros
del marinero.

posted morning of October 29th by The Modesto Kid

Los últimos rayos de la tarde
están dando su luz
tenue y breve
al marinero
y su búsqueda
del camino. Se funde
la imagen. La escena
cambia.

posted morning of October 29th by The Modesto Kid

(No debe ser marinero
vuestra merced
porque tiene hogar.)

posted evening of October 31st by The Modesto Kid

Unas semanas más tarde, y el marinero
acaba de hacer su camino de vuelta
al puerto. Busca
empleo. La cámera ofra
perspectivas lejanas
y fuera de foco
de los muelles. Vemos al marinero
fumando cigarillo
en la calle. En el medio plano
pasa furgoneta.

posted evening of October 31st by The Modesto Kid

La mirada del marinero
se desplaza. Mira fijemente
el barco. Sopesa despreocupadamente
el mochilo, y sacude la cabeza.

posted morning of the third by The Modesto Kid

posted evening of the third by Jeremy Osner

posted morning of the 6th by Jeremy Osner

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