"Días De Borrasca" as written by and Enrique/andreu Lapiedra Ortiz Di Landazury....
al inocente lo linchan
al sonde la calumnia
en la odisea del rencor el gran
y el hombre guarecido,
el hombre guarecido
en el leal, leal cobijo
de la soledad
la corona se prende
después de la victoria
esa no será la hiostoria de mi
el placer es un abismo, el
orgasmo un alivio
contra las farsas, farsas de
de la gente mayor

como si aque instante
fuera a ser el primero
del resto de sus vidas
dias de borrasca
víspera de resplandores

cuando el futuro es improbable
cuando pensar no es suficiente
y cuando aquello que en teoría
no puede
haya sucedido...



By Fistan Majere

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"Días de Borrasca (Víspera de Resplandores)" as written by Enrique/andreu Lapiedra Ortiz Di Landazury

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    General CommentLyrics for the English speakers out there:

    The innocent get lynched
    to the rhythm of calumny.
    In the odyssey of rancour,
    the great inquisitor
    and the shrouded man,
    the shrouded man.
    In the sure, sure shelter
    of loneliness
    the crown is achieved
    after victory.
    That will not be the story
    of my generation.
    Pleasure is an abyss,
    the orgasm a relief
    against the farce
    farce of control
    of older people.

    As if that moment
    could be the first
    of the rest of our lives.
    Stormy days,
    eve of splendour.

    When the future is improbable
    and to think is not enough
    and when that which in theory
    cannot be,
    has happened ...

    As if that moment
    could be the first
    of the rest of our lives.
    Stormy days,
    eve of splendour.

    Sounds like a rebellion against the establishment, that what worked for previous generations will not work for this one.
    The One Free Manon May 01, 2008   Link

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