Al fin de un camino

Al final del camino, el camino mismo pareciera tan corto que las penurias y tormentas que acongojaran nuestro paso, se revelan fugaces e insignificantes, cuando en su tiempo nos parecieron eternas tempestades.

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Callada

Que callada es la noche en tu ausencia amada mia.

Las sombras de los arboles

Las luciernagas y estrellas

ya no me dicen nada

Las calles son vacias

Mi noche es tan callada y tu tan lejos, amada mia.

Que tristes han sido los dias

Tenerte y despues perderte

O quizas jamas te tuve

Quizas jamas fuiste mia

En las horas eternas sin sociego en que sin remedio enfrento a mi soledad, el viento no canta más y tu vóz se perdio con el en el infinito para no volver jamas.

Paso a paso

Han hido mis pasos zurcando incanzables el largo camino, dejando como testigos pequeñas y fugazes huellas que irremediablemente el viento borra a su paso.
Han sido muchos dias y muchos mas años del infinito trayecto.
Horas de risa y otras de canzancio.
Horas de amor y muchas otras de llanto.
 
Hay camino que me regalaste el nectar de las flores que silvestres creecen a tu paso.
No sin despues hacerme sentir el intenso ardor de sus espinas
Y entonces
Despues, seguir andando.
Hay camino, amigo mio que obsequiaste el calor de tu sol a mis mañanas.
Que me hiciste soñar con tus estrellas
Y que incontables vecez consolaste a mi ser con el brillo de tu luna en las noches mas obscuras de mi existencia.
Hoy te pido perdon por jamas darte gracias por todas mis victorias y sin encambio haberte culpado por muchos de mis fracasos.
Ahora comprendo que todo formo parte de mi leccion de vida
Los obstaculos que alguna vez parecieron imposibles ,las noches frias y los momentos de tristeza.
Hoy te doy gracias porque a mi paso has puesto a lo flor mas bella que jamas halla encontrado, con sus radiantes y delicados petalos que me hacen soñar despierto.
Que roban la calma de mis noches y que sin importar las espinas y los obstaculos
Yo seguire andando
Paso a paso hasta tenerla, si ella me deja, para siempre entre mis brazos.

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Noche 

Noche , veneno y refugio para un amargado, como quisiera que la noche no llegara para no sentir que mi alma esta enamorada y desilucionada de algo que nunca pudo ser.

Noche que traes contigo recuerdos que jamas llegaron a ser, te llevaste para siempre suspiros que jamas tocaron mis labios. Te llevaste el amor jamas consumado y que hoy consume a mi alma.

Alucinaciones

¿Sera posible que fuese ella? Mas de un año ah pasado desde el ultimo diciembre en que la vi por ultima vez. Mas de un año desde aquel dia 26th que marco mi vida.
El dolor era inmenso, lagrimas caian por mis mejillas y la amargura ahogaba a mi pecho. Las calles de la ciudad se volvian cada vez mas frias, no existia nada ni nadie mas. La noche aparecia sobre el oceano y llegaba a la ciudad con el estruendo del adios, el adios mas amargo que jamas halla pronunciado.
 Hoy su recuerdo regreso ante mi, frente a mi y mis pies temblaron, mis manos temblaron, mi ser se cimbro y en mi pecho exploto una ansiedad incontrolable.
Mi mente viajo en el tiempo, a ese tiempo en el que la tuve junto a mi y la perdi.
¿Pudiera ser que alucine y mi subconciente me traiciono, sera que mi amor por ella no ha muerto como me lo he repetido por mas de doce meses? ¿Sera que mé engaño?
¿Sera que aún la amo?
Eran demaciadas coincidencias, demaciadas similitudes para ser mentira, sus ojos, sus labios, su pelo. Esa altivez que me enamoraba, su voz que tantas veces me arrebato el aliento.
No, no es mentira,  no puede serlo. Yo la senti, yo la vi, pude respirar su aroma de jasmines. Pero no tuve el coraje para preguntarle, no quise hacer el ridiculo. Mi orgullo y mi miedo fueron mas garandes que mi curiosidad y la deje ir sin saberlo.
Tal vez fue lo mejor. Tal vez fue lo peor. Ahora jamas lo sabre.

What’s really happening at Fukushima?

Here is the RT interview with the journalist Harvey Wasserman about what’s truly been going on…

RT: Japanese officials have admitted a leak at Fukushima has been happening for two years and is worse than earlier thought. Why did it take so long to evaluate the actual repercussions of the tragedy and take decisive measures to tackle them?
HW: The Japanese authorities have been covering up the true depth of the disaster because they don’t want to embarrass themselves and the global nuclear industry and they are trying to open up another nuclear plant in Japan. When the Japanese people now find out that the accident is worse than we thought and they have been leaking many tons of radioactive water into the Pacific Ocean for almost two and a half years, this is a catastrophe. Tokyo Electric has no idea how to control this accident. This is absolutely terrifying after two and a half years. To find out that these reactors have been out of control, now that they can’t control this they don’t know what’s going on. This is not a primitive backward country; this is Japan with advanced technology. It has very serious implications for nuclear power all over the world.
RT: Why the plant’s operator failed to contain the leak?
HW: Because they don’t know what to do. This has never happened before. You have three explosions; you have four nuclear reactors that are severely compromised. No one ever planned for this. This is an apocalyptic event. This is something that could contaminate the entire Pacific Ocean. It is extremely serious. The reality is that Tokyo Electric does not know what is happening and does not know how to control what is going on. Our entire planet is at risk here. This is two and a half years after these explosions and they are still in the dark. It’s terrifying.
RT: An estimated 300 tonnes of contaminated water is spilling daily into the ocean. How come Tepco insists the leaks still pose no big threat to the environment?
HW: They are lying; they can’t face the reality of this situation. When have very serious quantities of radiation going into the Pacific Ocean. There is no medical or epidemiological or scientific basis for estimating how much damage this will cost. We are on entirely new ground here and this cannot go by without a serious impact on the entire human race. This is a terrible tragedy. The problem is that the company does not want to admit how serious this is and the government of Japan doesn’t want to admit how serious this is. And even if the government of Japan steps in, they don’t know what to do. This particular administration in Japan wants to open the other nuclear plants. 50 nuclear plants have been shut in Japan since the accident and they want to reopen them.
RT: According to some estimates it will take 40 years to clean-up the contaminated area. Why so long?
HW: That is not long enough. It will never be cleaned up. We have materials there that are radioactive, that are harmful, and that are dangerous for hundreds of thousands of years. They can talk about cleaning it up in 40 years but it will never be cleaned up. You will never be able to go back on that site. The radioactivity will be in the waters forever.
RT: What long-term impact of the radiation leak on Japan and its neighboring countries we should expect in the future?
HW: There are serious health impacts. People will be harmed. We are seeing 40% rate of thyroid damage among children in the area and this is a huge impact and it will go up, not down. More and more radiation is escaping from the water and tritium into the atmosphere. And radiation to the thyroid is very serious, especially among small children and we are already seeing a 40% rate. People will be suffering for hundreds of years. I interviewed people in central Pennsylvania a year after the (3 Mile Island) accident and discovered tremendous health impacts among the people there. We know that Chernobyl did tremendous damage to people in Belarus and Ukraine and now we are going to see it again in Fukushima.
Full article by RT…Water leaks at Fukushima could contaminate entire Pacific Ocean

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Do not forget the disappeared this Christmas.

No More Blood in Mexico

The Mexican government is hoping that people will be distracted by the Christmas holidays and will forget the disappeared, particularly the search for the #42 #Ayotzinapa students. Do not let the Mexican government do that. Send the following message to twitter @EPN @PresidenciaMX “Search for the disappeared. Bring them back alive.” Here it is a video of the families of the #42 missing students describing how their Christmas is going to be this year.

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