1) Tone of Minnesota

There are the woods, where incident has treaded-

This is Minnesota, here where on earth the winds speak and

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Nurtures the time of year leaves and winter condition...

The environment of lots lakes where on earth the skies shout,

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Yell the greatness of the passing years:

Reflect the untested of the wood's manic illusion.

The pioneers, the seeds that brought time here...;

...here, is wherever the ruminant and elk have fed,

Where immense log cabins, were raise by men.

Where nearby were umpteen tribes of conclusion Indians.

Here came the journal of an unhatched stipulate...

Whose peoples fought for destinies and dreams?

Who ready-made their fate; the Minnesotans,

Their individuality now reckoned, great!...

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2) The Old Heath

(Minnesota Winter)

Winter seems to me more nostalgic

Now that I'm ageing with gray;

But I always likeable the fire

Of a heath (a warming fireplace).

Flames that flicker, doors that groan

Windows that rattle,

And warm: warmed old bones,

Of a Heath (a thaw out niche).

I same the glow of the heath

The spell, upon the room,

I e'er give the impression of being to soar a little

By the recess of the legroom.

Winter seems to me much nostalgic

Flames that flicker, doors that groan

I same the glint of the heath

Now that I'm burgeoning old!...

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3) Comin' O' Winter

(In Minnesota)

Lord! It's solid to touch the comin ' o' winter

Not Spring!

To imagery the furrows of precipitation drifting

Around my cold, refrigerated feet!

See the winter's jarring plant scientist initiate to

Grow, grow, push...

Hear the flicker of the geese heading

Down south!...

Boy! It's grave to quality the comin' of

Winter... not Spring!

(Because I won't be here! I'll be

Down south, where on earth it's warm!!)

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4) Th' Ol Mississippi

(A Minnesota Poem)

That's th' ol Mississippi River-

Ripplin', dimplin' fuzz Minnesota.

Down south she's kindhearted of muddy,

But up here she's close to a Queen!

Wanting to romp a sullen scene!

Peaceful now she looks; boilin'

She can be...

And that's why I in performance in St. Paul

Where she's sunken and her wit

Is a bit slender-waisted...!

But she's clever and she fool' us

Now and then...up in the region of the

-ol' Minnesota decompression sickness.

#837 12/1/2005

In Spanish
Translated by Nancy Penaloza

Poemas De invierno

- de Minnesota

1) Colorido de Minnesota

Hay bosques, donde el tiempo tiene pisadas-

Esto es Minnesota, aquí donde los vientos hablan y

Nacen sobre los ríos antiguos; donde los bosques vírgenes

Nutren las hojas de otoño y raíces de invierno...

La tierra de muchos city donde el grito de los cielos,

Gritan la grandeza de los años que pasan:

Reflejando el verdor del paraíso salvaje de madera.

Los pioneros, las semillas que trajeron la vida aquí...;

...Aquí, es donde el ciervo y el alce tienen alimento,

Donde enormes cabañas de tronco, fueron construidos por hombres.

Donde había muchas tribus de indios dirigentes.

De aquí vinieron las memorias de un estado no nacido...

¿Que pueblos lucharon por destinos y sueños?

¡Quien hizo el destino; del Minnesotano,

Su carácter ahora bien considerado!...,

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... 2) El Viejo Brezal

(Invierno de Minnesota)

El invierno me parece más nostálgico

Ahora que envejezco con el colour gris;

Pero siempre me gustaba el fuego

De un brezal (una chimenea caliente).

Las llamas que parpadean, puertas que gimen

Ventanas que repiquetean,

Y calientes: calientes huesos viejos,

De un Brezal (una chimenea caliente).

Me gusta el destello del brezal

El pronunciamiento, sobre el cuarto,

Siempre parezco ir un poco a la deriva

Por la chimenea del cuarto.

¡El invierno me parece más nostálgico

Llamas que parpadean, puertas que gimen

Me gusta el destello del brezal

Ahora que envejezco!...

*938 12/2/05

3) La llegada del invierno

(En Minnesota)

¡Señor! ¡Está bien sentir la llegada del invierno

No la Primavera!

¡La visión de los surcos de nieve amontonados

Por mis fríos, fríos pies!

¡Mirar las orillas ásperas del invierno comenzar a

Crecer, crecer, crecer...

Oír el aleteo de los pájaros dirigiéndose

Abajo al sur!...

¡Muchacho! ¡Es agradable sentir la llegada del

Invierno... no la Primavera!

(¡Por que no estaré aquí! ¡Estaré

Abajo en el sur, dónde es caliente!)

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4) El viejo Mississippi

(Un Poema de Minnesota)

Este es el viejo Río Mississippi -

"Ondulando, turbio" bajo Minnesota.

¡Sur abajo ella es algo fangosa,

Pero aquí arriba ella parece una Reina!

¡Deseando jugar una escena caprichosa!

Ahora pacíficamente bella; "hirviendo"

Ella puede estar...

¡Y es por eso que vivo en Saint Paul

Dónde ella es clara y su ingenio

Es poco difícil...!

Pero ella es sabia y ella nos engaña

Ahora y entonces...arriba alrededor del

-viejo Minnesota encurvado.

*837 12/1/2005

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