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Kylians She Bunny. Pic: Isabel Gmez de Diego





-Open the cage for me, Little boy

Open the door for me, honey

That for your pretty face

Ive to get rid of this confinement.

 Kylian opens the door

And like a door guard

She Bunny stays still.

How pretty Kylians  She Bunny

When it comes out of its cage

Freshly washed and combed

Lifting only one ear

Listening carefully

What happy family talks about.

It has taken out a SpongeBob doll

A bun with two eyes

And a cotton ball

With a little bow of colors

For the kid to play

And do not war his parents.

What whiter skin

What black eyes and what black ear.

The boy who is still very young

Has become infatuated with it.

He pulls on its ears

Pinches its cute little nose

And She Bunny escapes, so crystal clear

To get into the captive cage

Preferring to stay in it

Before to put up with the kid

Who now cries and sighs

Because it's gotten out of hand

This cute She Bunny so precious.






-breme la jaula, nio

breme la puerta, cielo

Que por tu cara bonita

Me he de librar de este encierro.

La puerta Kylian se la abre

Y como un guardia de puerta

La conejita se queda.

Qu bonita la Conejita de Kylian

Cuando sale de su jaula

Recin lavada y peinada

Levantando slo una oreja

Para escuchar atenta

Lo que habla la familia contenta.

Ha sacado un mueco Bob Esponja

Un bollo con dos ojos

Y una bola de algodn

Con un lacito de colores

Para que juegue el cro

Y a sus paps no les de guerra.

Qu piel ms blanca

Que ojos negros y qu oreja

El nio que es an muy nio

Se ha encaprichado de ella.

Le tira de las orejas

Le pellizca su lindo hociquito

Y ella escapa, tan cristalina

Para meterse en la jaula cautiva

Prefiriendo quedarse en ella

Antes de aguantar al cro

Que, ahora, llora y suspira

Porque se le ha escapado de las manos

Esta conejita tan linda.

-Daniel de Culla


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Pilgrim She Donkey near the public Library of Burgos, in the San Juan Square. Pic: De Culla.



Do you know it? It is with you.

Its the Diego Efusos pilgrim  She Donkey

Male of Aegean of the Knights

(Egea de los Caballeros)

In the province of Zaragoza

Who has got here, first

Doing the Jacobean Route

Being one of the best

Of his five Burras (She Donkeys)

Call Efrata

Adorned with singular beauty.

Firm in hope

On the Santiagos Road has come

Shedding joys

Like, now, among the youngs

Who come to study in the Library

To learn to Bray.

Diego Efuso has entered in it

Seeing to find a book

That he can read in one day.

Efrata does not need a book

Well it knows more than Street smarts

And all that donkey train

That make the holy Way.

Efrata comes to life

Sharing its food with others

Breaking in its wake

The stones of Discord

Doing good

In all its trails.

Its example of being resigned

Is an example to overcome rancor and intrigue

Between brothers.

Maybe if we had suckled her milk

The Fucking Plague Virus

Would not have oppressed us

So many.

Daniel de Culla


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Daniel de Culla is a writer, poet and photographer. He is a member of the Spanish Writers Association, Earthly Writers International Caucus, Poets of the World, (IA) International Authors, Surrealism Art, and other groups. He is director of the Gallo Tricolor Review and the Robespierre Review. He has participated in many festivals of poetry and of theater in Madrid, Burgos, Berlin, Minden, Hannover and Geneva.  He has exhibited in many galleries including Madrid, Burgos, London and Amsterdam. He moves between North Hollywood, Madrid and Burgos; e-mail: gallotricolor@yahoo.com