Robertrad2021's Poems

Here's the list of poems submitted by robertrad2021  —  There are currently 519 poems total — keep up the great work!

Soap

There once was a man named Soap,
who chose his skin with filth to grope;
never once he felt unclean,
in gross seas which were fain seen
by prigs who the deep sight did not...

by Roberto Suárez Torres

 27 Views
added 20 days ago
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Limpio

Adicto era al jabón,
por su diversa composición;
pero puedo decir hoy,
que limpio estoy
de esa sucia...

by Roberto Suárez Torres

 19 Views
added 21 days ago
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La Arenga de Cristino

Anda descalzo por las brasas,
con su paso lento, encorvado,
debajo de un cielo despejado,
entre el cerrazón de las casas.

Se desangran las tierras peladas,
en su cerviz el yugo clavado,
y con destino a un collado,
ante las estrellas...

by Roberto Suárez Torres

 20 Views
added 21 days ago
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A Grotto

On a lone iceberg,
a grotto is chewing shards
of glass from the...

by Roberto Suárez Torres

 6 Views
added 22 days ago
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Gruta

En un témpano,
una gruta mastica
vidrios del...

by Roberto Suárez Torres

 4 Views
added 23 days ago
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La Reina de la Tormenta

¡Por Dios, veré el cielo!
¿Por qué en esta barca debo mentir?
Más allá de los senderos del bosque profundo,
cada letra tallada en piedra en lo alto
de mi nombre, dicho, mi Reina lloraría
con sus ojos de llamas
hundiendo en las profundidades...

by Roberto Suárez Torres

 8 Views
added 27 days ago
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The Queen of the Storm

By heaven, I will see the sky!
Wherefore on this bark need I lie?
Past those trails of the forest deep,
carved in stone each letter on high
of my name, said, my Queen would weep
at with her beady eyes that keep
sinking to the depths with their...

by Roberto Suárez Torres

 28 Views
added 29 days ago
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Pescadores

Temprano por la mañana, abajo junto al arrecife,
Donde los anzuelos se deslizan desde sus alturas con facilidad,
Así con la presa pequeña, un buitre en los árboles
Encorvado cual un pico mudo de un ladrón;

Para atrapar con sus mandíbulas...

by Roberto Suárez Torres

 30 Views
added 1 month ago
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Anglers

Early in the morning, down by the reef,
Where hooks scour from their heights at ease,
So a small prey, a vulture in the trees
Hunched-over with the mute beak of a thief;

To snare with their gaping jaws the lone green leaf
Misled by an eager...

by Roberto Suárez Torres

 42 Views
added 1 month ago
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Blossom

Pearly pebbles, like stars shining bright,
a clear blue sky sprinkled with flour,
or rays from a daisy flourishing white,
grow dim before the sheen of my flower.
Whose tall and thick stem and wide petals spread
a cool shade upon this working...

by Roberto Suárez Torres

 79 Views
added 1 month ago
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Rocío

De un rocío:
Frutas de las cáscaras,
vivas de...

by Roberto Suárez Torres

 19 Views
added 2 months ago
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That light

That light,
which halls cower
at by brightly lit ways,
as a mirage served by the sun,
...

by Roberto Suárez Torres

 10 Views
added 2 months ago
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La Gota

Muchos la llamaban, Gota:
Una flor que el mar brota;
cada castillo, seco;
mojado su seto,
y de azúcar,...

by Roberto Suárez Torres

 14 Views
added 2 months ago
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Mr. Rain

There once was a man some named, Rain,
that bloomed with the sea his grain:
Castles built made of dead sand;
wilting slowly from live land,
as sugar gleaned by a swift...

by Roberto Suárez Torres

 23 Views
added 2 months ago
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A Duck

I once saw in a pond a duck,
drinking at the lone shore a buck,
many leaves falling to the ground,
yet summer always could be found
with white light the thick ice skies...

by Roberto Suárez Torres

 20 Views
added 2 months ago
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Un Pato

Vi una vez un pato,
atracarse de un saco,
cada bola grande,
dentro de lo que blande,
y no se lo dejaron...

by Roberto Suárez Torres

 3 Views
added 2 months ago
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Wine

There once was a man some named Wine,
who would drink his orchards with time,
and each fat drop of the juice
hung in the sky like a noose:
Heart-shaped leaves that all droop their...

by Roberto Suárez Torres

 11 Views
added 3 months ago
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El Sembrador

Hubo un hombre sembrador,
de uvas manó su pudor;
el creyente bebe,
y pues, nada le debe,
ya que vino tal...

by Roberto Suárez Torres

 16 Views
added 3 months ago
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Escamas

De un rey las escamas,
arrastradas en las camas,
de su orgullo siervo,
cual la pira de un ciervo,
el grano vivo de...

by Roberto Suárez Torres

 9 Views
added 3 months ago
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Mad

There once was a man some named Mad,
who when good, all would call him bad,
in his hand, he had a mop,
yet high dirt could not top,
nor stain his smile when he was...

by Roberto Suárez Torres

 12 Views
added 3 months ago
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Loco

Un hombre llamado, Loco,
con cáscaras de un coco,
su camino un embudo,
y cloro en un cubo,
más claro que todo...

by Roberto Suárez Torres

 6 Views
added 3 months ago
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Plums

I shall give them to you at night;
when the sun opts to calm his might,
for everything must once rest,
even each heart in a chest
as fruit quicker than the...

by Roberto Suárez Torres

 8 Views
added 3 months ago
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Ciruelas

Te las entrego de noche,
en el baúl de su coche;
me mandan al retrete,
del cielo cual cohete:
veloz fruta de...

by Roberto Suárez Torres

 13 Views
added 3 months ago
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Tom y Amanda VIII

Tom: "No mucha azúcar por el hoy."

Amanda: "Por tanto, no te lo...

by Roberto Suárez Torres

 122 Views
added 3 months ago
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Tom and Amanda VIII

Tom: "I wish not much sugar in coffee."

Amanda: "Good, no lumps shall I serve...

by Roberto Suárez Torres

 14 Views
added 3 months ago
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Lodo

Pues, vi una vez el lodo
darse seco en un codo,
y nadie pudo ver,
lo comido sin querer
que le flota de...

by Roberto Suárez Torres

 12 Views
added 3 months ago
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Mr. Muck

There once was a man named Muck,
who had an umbrella for luck;
a very short shaft,
the green panels for a raft,
in the hole of a turkey,...

by Roberto Suárez Torres

 121 Views
added 3 months ago
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Sleep

Pixies,
which, while drinking
and sitting on the porch
of my head, cannot cease their high
...

by Roberto Suárez Torres

 10 Views
added 3 months ago
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Tonos

Cuando el árbol
pinta tonos en sombras:
Lunas cual...

by Roberto Suárez Torres

 7 Views
added 3 months ago
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Hues

Bright hues of a bull
and his black skin down the light;
horns white as the...

by Roberto Suárez Torres

 15 Views
added 3 months ago
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La Piel

La luz del toro:
Fruta blanca cual astas
entre las...

by Roberto Suárez Torres

 10 Views
added 3 months ago
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The skin of a bull

The skin of a bull,
As black as the night has poured
down the salt of stars....

by Roberto Suárez Torres

 11 Views
added 3 months ago
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La piel del Toro

La piel del toro,
entre lo que me como;
la sal del...

by Roberto Suárez Torres

 10 Views
added 3 months ago
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The Fat Jar

Call it a fat jar,
under the starry black night;
the salt in the...

by Roberto Suárez Torres

 10 Views
added 3 months ago
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The Deep Cave

I have a deep cave
that cannot bloom in the sun
and his arid...

by Roberto Suárez Torres

 14 Views
added 3 months ago
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La Cueva

Tengo una cueva
profunda que no florece
...

by Roberto Suárez Torres

 6 Views
added 3 months ago
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Two Thick Lips

I have two thick lips,
that cannot breathe without fat
dew of the...

by Roberto Suárez Torres

 17 Views
added 3 months ago
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Dos Bembas

Tengo dos bembas,
que respiran del aliento
de un...

by Roberto Suárez Torres

 12 Views
added 3 months ago
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Crocodile

Reptile:
With a long snout
that will eat in the light
the jaws of a tall and stiff neck,
...

by Roberto Suárez Torres

 19 Views
added 3 months ago
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The Violet Sunrise

How can I forget what I once saw?
Under the cold whispers of a big tree,
not even did one crow dare to caw
on that clear night which sparkled with the sea.

So there is a time we must the land tired sow,
down the lights of what orchards bloom:...

by Roberto Suárez Torres

 150 Views
added 3 months ago
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Trancá

Me la llaman, la Trancá:
Luz libre de la oscuridad;
bañada de la luna,
donde pocos rayos esfuman
entre toda...

by Roberto Suárez Torres

 140 Views
added 3 months ago
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Bitter

The tamarind I have to taste;
as the sun showers forgetful craze,
many swim in the blue sea,
too close do I swim to be
the waterfall of a green...

by Roberto Suárez Torres

 165 Views
added 3 months ago
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Blanca Nieve

La de los enanitos;
la que te barre poquito,
su lengua no te mueve,
aunque en suelos llueve
de un cielo...

by Roberto Suárez Torres

 4 Views
added 3 months ago
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The Rope

Broil bending the white envelope,
where rivers drop to a slope:
Furrows need I to count?
Mankind cannot be a fount
that can hang higher than a...

by Roberto Suárez Torres

 7 Views
added 4 months ago
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La Lluvia y el Bohío

Cae y te nutre un río:
¿Cuán praderas del bohío?
Un árbol se abraza,
del tope vino rebasa,
y sin ti me siento...

by Roberto Suárez Torres

 10 Views
added 4 months ago
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Mental Revolution (Spanglish version)

Revolución:
Los frutos de los estados indeseados
y nocivos mentales tal los excrementos estrechos.
Fundamentales son los elementos en un paisaje
del cambio de la esencia de los pensamientos.
Surtidos los efectos.
Cada etapa del proceso con...

by Roberto Suárez Torres

 259 Views
added 4 months ago
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Do you know of Cuckoo?

An overflowing river dry:
from where was stemmed the weather eye,
the king of all that is dark,
bolts that drive many mad stark,
and the quilt of a starry...

by Roberto Suárez Torres

 21 Views
added 4 months ago
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¿Conoces a Burundanga?

Del que no se halla mito:
de donde brota circuito,
el rey del abismo,
alas de erotismo,
y cual un cielo...

by Roberto Suárez Torres

 4 Views
added 4 months ago
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Heap and Fruit

There once was a woman named Heap,
who disliked what green she would reap:
left by the leaves of her root,
and not new is seen her Fruit
down the sky she will have to...

by Roberto Suárez Torres

 123 Views
added 4 months ago
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Pincho u Pila

Círculos en un estanque;
lágrimas de un gigante,
y por la repetición
tiene como galardón
una pila tal...

by Roberto Suárez Torres

 121 Views
added 4 months ago
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