by Ana Barker
The poems have characters and voices,
The more you listen to them,
The music conforts you,
And their ideas are clarified.
The characters are transient,
The poems are like water,
They move over the stones in the river,
If the surface is smooth do not splinter,
They caress the dream and the sleeplessness.
The poems are geometric
Vertiginous and free.
The poems are from the day that created them
And the night that rested them,
Are subtle body, spiritual food,
And a desire in the horizon.