Dos golondrinas sí hacen verano. Escrito por Benjamín Madeira, Estudiante en el área de lenguas clásicas y románicas de la Universidad de Oslo, Noruega



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• ✔ ¡Por aquellas tierras de crudos inviernos y meigas de innegable belleza, perdí la cabeza! Madrugaba siempre. De camino al palacio, la nieve revoloteaba sobre mi cabellera negra. ¿Estaba nevando?, ¡Ilusiones!

Ya en su aposento, mi cetro husmeaba su corona. Disparos de arcabuces. Largas vigilias hechizándome. Tetitas firmes como manguitos.

Luego, un áspid enroscósome en torno al cuello. Era evidente. 11 de febrero. En medio de «inmorales actividades», despertó y rasgó sus vestiduras.

Ahora, – en mi viaje órfico –, pienso con los pies; ¿qué más me queda? 'Cogito à elle, ergo sum amoureux, Si pienso en ella, luego existo enamorado'.

¡Oh, Estocolmo, echo de menos tu erótica corte, pero detesto tu frío hostil!, ¡Abdica ya y vente conmigo, insaciable Cristina Gustavdotter... o devuélveme mi cabeza!

-René Descartes

(Benjamín Madeira)






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