“Y hacía demasiado calor en el anfiteatro y el agua había rodeado el mundo” por Laurie Anderson

por Juan Pablo Anaya

“And on the dark

side of me

all the places

I hid

they came

together and

the ways that I

pretended.

I hated who I

was. I hated

who I had

become.

The ways I

thought I was

so clever

seemed like

nothing and I

was left

standing there

smiling like an

idiot…

where is all the brilliant

philosophy?

Where was this

heart of mine?

The soft bounds

of the voice

inside my head

talking to me

like a crowd

about to mutiny

because

there’s no

water

and the sun is

too hot here in

the

amphitheater

and water has

surrounded

the world.”

Laurie Anderson

 

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