Poetry Post #4: El Amor

El Amor by Campuzano

El amor es una planta que debes cultivar.

Cuidar con mucho cariño y con lágrimas regar.

El amor es como una estrella, que todos queremos alcanzar.

No con engaños ni mentiras, sino con verdad y lealtad.

El amor es como una rosa, que se puede marchitar.

Por usar la indiferencia, y a veces engañar.

El amor es una gota de agua, que se nos puede terminar.

Sino la valoramos, y cuidamos, se nos puede evaporar.

El amor verdadero es muy difícil de encontrar.

Esta vasado en la franqueza, y sobre todo en la leatad.

El amor es un terozo, que siempre tratas de encontrar.

Cuando lo tengas en tus manos, no lo deseas escapar.

Cuídalo y no le agas daño, porque se te puede terminar.

Y talves el amor, nunca mas volverías a encontrar.

English Translation by Rei:

Love is a plant one must cultivate.

Take care of it with much affection and water it with tears.

Love is like a star, that we all want to reach.

Not with deception or lies, but with love and loyalty.

Love is like a rose that can wither.

By using indifference, and sometimes deceit.

Love is like a drop of water that can end for all.

But the value, and care, we can evaporate.

True love is hard to find.

It is based on openness, and especially in loyalty.

Love is terrazo, always trying to find.

When you have it in your hands, do not let it escape.

Take care of it and do not cause damage, because you may end it.

And perhaps, love, you may never come to find more.

About the Author: Campuzano was one of our best students during the first semester. Rey met his wife at the faces banquet. He won an honorable mention and has since been released. He’s a free man now!

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