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Veronique on 16. Mar, 2010 — Lang: Espanol

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    He's a warrior
    She is a maid
    The warrior did not return
    She chooses to die...

    Ancient legend of volcanoes
    Ixtlaccihuatl & Popocatepetl

    dark, legend
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  • bluesockmonkey 17.3.2010
    i like also!
  • Ambrosius77 17.3.2010
    I like it!
  • ababol 17.3.2010
    Muy bueno el poema y el ambiente que has creado
  • abrotons 17.3.2010
    Está sacado de un poema nahuatl llamado "Xopantecuhtli"
  • abrotons 17.3.2010
    nor bloom in vain
    that they may rejoice
    you our friends
    and not in vain shall be the flowers´
    the living, coloured, brilliant,
    War flowers!!!

    Aztlan Underground
  • abrotons 17.3.2010
    I strike on my drums
    I the willful singer
    that I may fire our friends
    who think of nothing
    to those minds plunged in sleep
    the dawn has not yet appeared
    over whom are yet spread the dark clouds of night
    may I not call in vain and poorly
    may they hear the song of the rosy dawn
    poured abroad widely by the drum
    the divine flowers of dawn blossom forth
    the war flowers of the cause of all
    glittering with dew they scatter abroad their fragrance
    bring them here
    that they be not hidden
  • Spunkn 17.3.2010
    Wow! High art! This is great!
  • jZeno 17.3.2010
    ¡Oh mujer dormida! ... con sus anchos hombros ... oh amada dama de blanco, querida por todas las tribus ... su capitán ha caído en guerra, y la tristeza te ha llamado adelante al proximo mundo…engañada eres... su capitán vuelve insoportable, y te lleva a la montaña ... a reunirse con el espíritu de la tierra, a reunirse con el espíritu de la montaña ... ustede que respira el humo en la madrugada, usted, que vela por su novia ... para siempre
  • Maoriman 17.3.2010
    That is an awesome picture, I love the reading too... suits the artwork perfectly...
  • MadameCercle 16.3.2010
  • JRMarklin 16.3.2010
    Linda leyenda... nuestros indígenas (de toda América) eran muy poéticos al desarrollar sus leyendas y cosmovisión
  • kennyreid 16.3.2010
    very suitliy done
  • Netrunner 16.3.2010

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