Carlos Mejía Godoy - El Cristo de Palacagüina ( Αγγλικά μετάφραση)

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The Christ of Palacagüina

On the hill of la Iguana,
Into the mountain of las Segovias,
A strange glow was seen
Like a midnight aurora,
The cornfields lightened up,
The fireflies trembled,
Light rained on Moyogalpa, on Telpaneca,
on Chichigalga.
Christ has born in Palacagüina,
From Chepe1 Pavón Pavón
and some Mary
She will iron very humbly
The clothes that the landowner's
beautiful wife enjoys.
The people to look at him,
gathered in a commotion,
The native Joaquín brought him,
Nagarote's braid shaped quesillo2
Instead of gold, frankincense and myrrh,
They gifted him, as they say,
Diriomo's cajeta3 and even
Guadalupe buñuelos4.
Joe, poor day laborer,
works his ass off all day long,
It has him with rheumatism,
the burden of the carpentry,
Mary dreams that his son,
will be carpenter like his dad
But the boy thinks,
I want to be guerrillero tomorrow.
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Υποβλήθηκε από Diazepan Medina στις Τετ, 03/01/2018 - 00:24

El Cristo de Palacagüina