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Pueblos Blancos

"The anger that breaks the man into children,
that breaks the child into equal birds,
and the bird, afterward, into little eggs;
the anger of the poor 
has one oil against two vinegars.

The anger that breaks the tree into leaves,
the leaf into unequal buds
and the bud, into telescopic grooves;
the anger of the poor 
has two rivers against many seas.

The anger that breaks the good into doubts, 
the doubt, ino three similar arcs
and the arc, later on, into unforeseeable tombs;
the anger of the poor 
has one steel against two daggers.

The anger that breaks the soul into bodies;
the body nto dissimilar organs
and the organ, into octave thoughts;
the anger of the poor
has one central fire against two craters."

-Cesar Vallejo (Peruvian poet)

Pueblos Blancos

"The anger that breaks the man into children,
that breaks the child into equal birds,
and the bird, afterward, into little eggs;
the anger of the poor
has one oil against two vinegars.

The anger that breaks the tree into leaves,
the leaf into unequal buds
and the bud, into telescopic grooves;
the anger of the poor
has two rivers against many seas.

The anger that breaks the good into doubts,
the doubt, ino three similar arcs
and the arc, later on, into unforeseeable tombs;
the anger of the poor
has one steel against two daggers.

The anger that breaks the soul into bodies;
the body nto dissimilar organs
and the organ, into octave thoughts;
the anger of the poor
has one central fire against two craters."

-Cesar Vallejo (Peruvian poet)