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El colibrí
Me perdí en ti
La juventud y el maestro
El camión equivocado
Al quien burló a la muerte
Mi corazón se quedó contigo
El primer choque
¡Andáis!
El mar revuelto
¡José, qué nombre!
Hablan del pasado
El Hombre
La meta
Ahí estaré
Sólo las aves
Entiendo un poco menos
¡Qué interesante!
Por las noches
Hoy me iré
Bella, hermosa…antigua
Soy de abajo
En la víspera de la primavera
Me causa mucho dolor
Qué lento el tiempo
La hora, mi hora
La memoria
Sin poder contestar
La sombra
Hacia el desierto
Mi Pluma, Mi Amor
Y todo será igual
Sin Música
T e hummingbird
I lost myself in you
T e youth and the teacher
T e wrong bus
T e One Who Fooled Death
My heart stayed with you
T e fi rst clash
Let’s go!
T e convoluted sea
José, what a name!
T ey speak of the past
Man’s dilemma
T e goal
T ere I shall be
Only the birds
I understand a little bit less
How interesting!
In the nights
I’ll leave today
Pretty, beautiful…ancient
In the present
T e few
Against All
T e underdog
In the vespers of the spring
It causes me much pain
Time, how slow it is
In the sky
T e hour, my hour
Memory
Irresponsive
My Shadow
Toward the Desert
My Pen, My Love
And all will be the same
Without music
“Sal mujer a tu ventana”
“En el Malecón”
“Bajo un farol”
“Los Ojos de Belén”
“Mi Guaguancó”
“Cuando yo quiero llorar”
“Una Gitana”
“Me alejé de México”
Playa de Guadalupe
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El Colibrí

El Colibrí

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En su decimotercer volumen, Calderón presenta una nueva poesía bilingüe que extiende su cosmovisión tanto sobre el mundo real como las ideas transcendentales que desarrollan una vida contemplativa. “El colibrí” es el poema que introduce este libro. Una buena cantidad de poemas vienen escrito en forma de prosa, tal que se pueden leer como historias breves. La cosmovisión de Calderón le dará al lector distintas ventanas de cómo él ha internalizado y descifrado esta cosa interesante llamada - la vida cotidiana. Incluso, aquí se encontrarán unas canciones que bailan al ritmo de la rima y del compás del poeta. Todo lector que se interesa sobre las escrituras poéticas de los latinos del la primera parte del siglo veintiuno, chocará sin duda con las extensas obras de Rudy Calderón. In his thirteenth volume, Calderón presents a new bilingual book of poetry that extends his worldview over the real world as well as the transcendental ideas that unfold a contemplative life. “El colibrí” (The Hummingbird) is the poem that introduces this body of work. A great quantity of poems are written in prose form, such that they can be read as short stories. Calderón’s worldview will give the reader distinct windows of how he has internalized and deciphered this interesting thing called - the everyday life. Also, this book contains songs that dance to the rhythm of rhyme and the beat of the poet. All readers that are interested in poetry from Latinos of the first part of the 21st century, will come into contact with the extensive works of Rudy Calderón.
En su decimotercer volumen, Calderón presenta una nueva poesía bilingüe que extiende su cosmovisión tanto sobre el mundo real como las ideas transcendentales que desarrollan una vida contemplativa. “El colibrí” es el poema que introduce este libro. Una buena cantidad de poemas vienen escrito en forma de prosa, tal que se pueden leer como historias breves. La cosmovisión de Calderón le dará al lector distintas ventanas de cómo él ha internalizado y descifrado esta cosa interesante llamada - la vida cotidiana. Incluso, aquí se encontrarán unas canciones que bailan al ritmo de la rima y del compás del poeta. Todo lector que se interesa sobre las escrituras poéticas de los latinos del la primera parte del siglo veintiuno, chocará sin duda con las extensas obras de Rudy Calderón. In his thirteenth volume, Calderón presents a new bilingual book of poetry that extends his worldview over the real world as well as the transcendental ideas that unfold a contemplative life. “El colibrí” (The Hummingbird) is the poem that introduces this body of work. A great quantity of poems are written in prose form, such that they can be read as short stories. Calderón’s worldview will give the reader distinct windows of how he has internalized and deciphered this interesting thing called - the everyday life. Also, this book contains songs that dance to the rhythm of rhyme and the beat of the poet. All readers that are interested in poetry from Latinos of the first part of the 21st century, will come into contact with the extensive works of Rudy Calderón.

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