lunes, 5 de junio de 2017
El hombre íntegro en las formas
The man decent in the forms
He forced all his children to study a career, punished them when they suspended their high school exams, did not want them to improve the world but the image of the family. He no longer believed in God but remained religious, according to him, because of how much he was influenced by the education of his childhood. When he read a poem, he reflected on the possible influences of other authors, the stylistic resources, the richness of the vocabulary, the thematic sources and doing so was much entertained but the poem itself left him cold and did not impel him to be a better person. He was kind to people until he got tired. It seemed to him that luxury was his swimming pool, his mercedes or his three bathrooms but that his wife liked him, considered it normal and ordinary, of little importance and merit. He liked having lots of money to live comfortably and so people would not think he was not a worker. He was very well at his funeral, the people returned very satisfied to their house.
©I.D.S. & L.R.G.L.