Tisories d’oru / Golden Scissors by Xe M. Sánchez

Xe M. Sánchez | Dec 22nd, 2019 | poetry | No Comments


Dellos poemes
aseméyense a los poemes
pero nun son poemes.
Dellos poemes
son tisories d’oru
(comu les foces de los druides)
pa tarazar los filos
que mos manexen.
Dellos poemes
enxamás apaecerán
nos llibros d’hestoria.
¿Ye esti’l to poema?

English Translation

Some poems
are similar to the poems
but they are not poems.
Some poems
are golden scissors
(as the sickles of the druids)
to slice the strings
that manage us.
Some poems
will never appear
in history books.
Is this your poem?

Poet Bio

Xe M. Sánchez was born in 1970 in Grau (Asturies, Spain). He received his Ph.D in History from the University of Oviedo in 2016, he is an anthropologist, and he also studied Tourism and three masters. He has published in Asturian language Escorzobeyos (2002), Les fueyes tresmanaes d’Enol Xivares (2003), Toponimia de la parroquia de Sobrefoz. Ponga (2006), Llué, esi mundu paralelu (2007), Les Erbíes del Diañu (E-book: 2013, Paperback: 2015), Cróniques de la Gandaya (E-book, 2013), El Cuadernu Prietu (2015), and several publications in journals and reviews in Asturies, USA, Portugal, France, Sweden, Scotland, Australia, South Africa, India, Italy, England, Canada, Reunion Island, China, Belgium and Ireland.

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