Edwin Colon has written another beaut short story about this lonely bird on Narrawallee Beach:


– Why do not you shut up? Annoying question-bird out to sea.

‘It’s not my conversation with you is myself.

– Have you gone crazy? -Again asked the bird.

-No, is that when I feel lonely, I talk to myself. That gives me peace. Company and I think you need to talk we could use them both answering the raging sea.

– I’m not stupid, we all do the same. You fall in love and when you need it most, you leave. The swing of your waves do not sympathize me. Eventually Keep far caresses your salted and you will return to the deep ocean. So I’ll be alone at night and talk to the moon. She is just lying to you. She depending on how you feel, you get a smile or a grimace. And sometimes disappears for days without saying goodbye. And when reappears not give me any explanation.

-If you would understand the best you respected the diversity around you my friend. There solitudes are so prejudiced. Go, look good tonight, especially if there is no moon. The darkness is the best place to spot light. Have not you found that there are millions of stars in the sky, accompanying?


single bird

— ¿Por qué no te callas? —cuestiona molesto el pájaro al mar.

—No es contigo mi conversación, es conmigo mismo.

— ¿Te volviste loco? —vuelve a preguntar el pájaro.

—No, es que cuando me siento solo, converso con mis adentros.  Eso me da tranquilidad. Creo que necesitas compañía y dialogar nos vendría bien a los dos —contesta el mar embravecido.

— No soy tonto, todos hacen lo mismo. Te enamoran y cuando más los necesitas, te abandonan. El vaivén de tus olas no me simpatiza. Tarde o temprano alejarás tus caricias saladas y regresarás a las profundidades del océano. Así que volveré a estar solo en la noche y hablaré con la luna. Ella es igual de mentirosa que tú. Ella dependiendo como se siente, te recibe con una sonrisa o con una mueca. Y otras veces desaparece por días sin decir adiós. Y cuando reaparece no me da ninguna…

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