Corazón extraño

Para ella

Corazón lleno
de amor. Corazón al
revés, tan mudo.

– James Steerforth ( © 2010 )

A Spanish haiku for a Spanish-sounding site: recuerda mi corazón.

An English version is now up: Strange heart.

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About James Steerforth

I am an author of poetry and fiction, translator and painter who loves to have fun with borrowed feathers.
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7 Responses to Corazón extraño

  1. Ramesh Sood says:

    Don’t know spanish..couldn’t make out much… but feel that it is something life enhancing.. something beautiful..may be on ‘love’..well done..

  2. jo©o says:

    Hiya James,
    You are giving us a haiku in Spanish today. I woke up with a German one in my head this morning.
    I have a feeling it is based on something I came across at school, but can’t place it. We didn’t do much German at school and it surprises me it surfaced at all.

    BTW, I would have loved to compose a beginning for a book ending you provided when you first started blogging. Sounds like a great exercise.

  3. I don’t know Spanish either but it is soOOOOo pretty,I do know Amor(love) is mudo much love??!Porfavor?! Like I said I don’t know much Spanish! Si

  4. A heart too backward to be full of love? I don’t know that anyone’s heart is in that state. Steer forth my friend!
    Noelle

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  6. Thank you all for commenting!

    To satisfy the need for understanding the Spanish, I’ve come up with a translation: Strange heart.

  7. rebecca says:

    lovely….
    especially sweet as i am missing mexico.
    home now and inviting you to more haiku.

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