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Posted by Mariann Oxford on August 4, 2010, 10:51 am, in reply to "lluvia"

I translated this via Google....and I too miss LM. Have visited twice and hope to visit again in the future. You really have a slice of heaven.


Posted by mokita [Email User] on August 4, 2010, 3:50 a.m.

Rain running down my through my body like the caresses of my guardian angel, like the feel of my mother's brown hands on my face before bed.

Llubi feeding the mango trees and bring green life in the jungle, falling slowly and loudly and relive the frogs in the pond.

Rain changes the color of life and gives hope and sweet as green coconut water, which smells like wet Tirra guava flowers.

That hase feel like singing away from people, set in the jungle surrounded by palms and mojotes.

Surrounded by flowering bougainvillea and obelisks sunset color
looking at the cloudy sky of gray clouds that mueben in eddies.

Warm rain that reminds me of the Virgin of the Assumption lying on a table surrounded by red apples, bandages so I do not dare to touch them.

Rain that fills the streets with puddles that I step with my bare feet, the ground shudder with the rays that illuminate the evening sky and split into pieces.

My soul is Incha child in my chest wet with infinite joy, without feeling cold or fear.

Running down the street under the Llubi without touching the ground, supported by angels singing heavenly music that only I can hear.

Visiting the church when no one more than the Virgin of Guadalupe and Christ bathed in blood.

And then, hours later, triumphantly making the sun clouds aside and vaporizing the Llubi sonrieno with a rainbow from end to end held by the same Angelos that I sang in my ear.

How I miss you my beloved town.


Message Thread:

  • lluvia - mokita August 4, 2010, 3:50 am
  • Rain - Mariann Oxford August 4, 2010, 10:51 am
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