Federico Garcia Lorca

The Moon Wakes

When the moon sails out the bells fade into stillness and there emerge the pathways tha tcan't be penetrated. When the moon sails out the water hides earth's surface, the heart feels like an island in the infinite silence. Nobody eats an orange under the moon's fullness. It is correct to eat, then, green and icy fruit. When the moon sails out with a hundred identical faces, the coins made of silver sob in your pocket.

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