To The Moon, A La Luna



I love looking into your eyes, my heart reads the poetry in your skies, while gazing up into the heavens, I find the prize behind the disguise, the treasure of infinite measures, where your beauty has me mesmerized, enamored by the waves of the ocean, your emotions lift me up, like a love spell or potion, sparking me up, I blame the brill of your smile, that brings the thrill I feel, while I ride your waves of joy, in love I am with your tides. So tonight, I will lose myself in your eyes.

The Flower of Jonathan

Le haces el amor a mi ser, atraes la liberación total constantemente, mis fantasías cumplidas siempre, tienes la passion del arte, que pinta tus ideas en mi, tu vos domina los echos de mi mente, melodías que avivan el corazón, alegran mi espíritu, dándome los pensares del sol, que lumina los días…de mi interior.

La Flor de Jonathan

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Talking with nature and our natural satellite, the Moon; hablando con la naturaleza y nuestro satélite natural. Same title in English and Spanish; however, a different expression in each language. Miso título en inglés y español; sin embargo, una expresión diferente en cada lenguaje.

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Written on April 26, 2023

Submitted by TheGiftofJonathan on April 26, 2023

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Jonathan Santiago Mayorga, the Gift, el Regalo

I am Jonathan Santiago Mayorga, the Gift, I am a Bilingual poet, I fluently use the Spanish and English language as a part of my creative arts, I Love to express myself through writing, I am not perfect, but I am special, and full of treasure that has helped me heal myself back to gold, enthusiastically hopeful to reach and teach others to love themselves again. more…

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