Francisco Muñoz Soler Born 1957 in Málaga, Spain.
I GREW IN A WORLD
Rubbing and agitation / nuclear war We have killed our words hit extinction. Our aim is approaching, the moon rises, radiant /with terror. ROBERT LOWELL
I grew up in a world of intimidation escalations between good and evil, the more pumps atomic, said more security to offer their subjects.
The one and the other, multiplied by a thousand, the necessary weapons to destroy Earth.
An existence and red phone buttons. end alarm code, where the princes appeased the aggressiveness of soldiers and spies.
Such cold war, lullabies were sung to an Antarctic moon, then he collapsed helor the wall of paradise on earth.
At that time I became an adult, looking at the icy moon of terror by the greed of
men, waiting for the day after.
FEAR AND HOPE
The mother is born of fear lost in the immensity of others.
I feel terror of death
I admit, the terrible destruction,
but the ease with which they went
my loved ones gives me calm,
I also know that I have not been
before birth, chaos
will rest in nothing
in not being myself
and transformed into other energies,
disparate germ lights or shadows.
While I cling to my sensory voice
that makes me feel immortal,
and to my God and Virgin, full of hope.
Homophobia is a scourge
attacking the cretins
they produce the same effects
that dogs rabies.