By Ima Ríos


Pachamama and Changó

are dancing in the middle of the river

crying out loud

to the wheeping of the crickets.

Ixcheli joins them in the extasis of Baco.

And Genesha teach them how to remember.

The glow-worms dance a Tango

at the rythm of the conga

and Quetzalcóatl introduce the topic of the night.

Aristofanes groans:

̶̶ Where's my other half?

and Obbatalá laughts:

̶ Humans...


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