(Castellano) Vientos Africanos

TRANSCEND MEMBERS, AFRICA, POETRY FORMAT, 18 Feb 2013

Rais Neza Boneza – TRANSCEND Media Service

Vientos salinos,
Imágenes de ganado y de pastores,
Vida difícil del desierto,
Espejismo de ciudades de sal distantes.

Vientos Mandinga,
Cantos místicos Bantú,
Vientos del Nilo,
Manantial de leche pura.

Verdadero sentido de la existencia,
Zumos de los mitos de tiempos primeros,
Vientos de las cumbres,
Olas de naturaleza verde.

Encarnación de sonidos misteriosos,
Vientos tropicales, cazando,
Los verdaderos propietarios aletargados de tierra virgen.

Vientos de los sonidos,
Del Norte al Sur de Este a Oeste,
Abriendo el camino a la noche y al día,
Negro y Blanco, vibrando en la inmovilidad.

Vientos de colores múltiples,
Diversos como fueron las flores en el Edén.
¡Sí ! La madre patria es rica
De los lagos a los ríos a los desiertos a los montes.

Canto de un continente, madre de la civilización,
Bello surgimiento, buscando la unidad
Eres la perla de la tierra,
Perla de grandeza incomparable.
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Rais Neza Boneza nació en 1979 en la provincia de Katanga en la República democrática de Congo. Vive hoy en Noruega. Es poeta, escritor y activista de la paz. Sus obras publicadas son: ‘Nómada, un poeta refugiado’; ‘Esmeralda negra’; y ‘Cómo conseguir la Paz con medios africanos’.

Poesía actual de la República Democrática de Congo.

Traducción al castellano de Marcel Kemadjou

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