By Angel Gonzalez
Angel González (Oviedo, 1925) es sin duda uno de los mayores y más representativos poetas de l. a. « Generación poética del 50 ». El presente volumen recoge ciento un poemas seleccionados por el propio autor de su ya mítica obra « Palabra sobre palabra », además de 19 poemas inéditos.
Ángel González obtuvo el Premio Príncipe de Asturias de las Letras en 1985 y en 1996 el Premio Reina Sofía de Poesía Iberoamericana. En este mismo año de 1996 fue elegido miembro de los angeles genuine Academia Española.
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Snowfall Who shook the night And made the feathers Fly? They fall and lift and fall Without a sound. And as I stand Beneath the street lamp, I can scarcely tell The rooftop from the ground. Who tipped the night? Who let the feathers whirl? They circle softly Round and round this place, And blur the footsteps Of a little girl, And frost her hair And melt upon her face. About the Ar tists World renowned watercolorist Cheng-Khee Chee’s paintings have been widely exhibited throughout the United States and have earned him over one hundred national awards.
Prediction Yesterday, It was not there, This pointed flavor In the air. Yesterday, We gathered leaves To wear like emblems On our sleeves. But now there is A different feel: The silver sky Has rims of steel. And in the night, (I know! ) The snow will fly! The snow! The snow! Winter a r t b y S t e p h e n G a m m e l l First Snow Snow stars fall On faces and hats; They twinkle the ears And the fur of our cats. They fall and they spin In the cold, black night— Pointed and sparkling, White! White!