Atracción/Attraction by Daniel de Cullá

EL SEDUCTOR DE UNA AMIGA

Estando un día a la mesa con su esposa e hija alrededor
El padre remiraba con  muchísima pasión a la amiga de su esposa
Que era escritora y editora de una publicación.
Tamar se llama, y él Amón, quien guiado por el instinto carnal
Que cabalga a nuestra chepa cual albarda
Concibió un amor enloquecido al instante de mirarla.
La hija, que estudia Psicología
Y sabe mucho de los “Escalofríos en la noche”, y
Los “Miedos y Temores en el día”
Viendo que los pensamientos de su padre y su energía
Se iban detrás de la amiga, le pregunta:
-¿Qué tanto mira usted padre a la amiga de madre?
¿Es que tiene bollos en la cara?
El padre, asumiendo  que había quedado totalmente
Cegado por lo atractivo  de ella
Unido, quizás, a ese cansancio de una vida perfecta
Con una esposa maravillosa y una hija con carrera
Master y tres idiomas
Cuando la madre se levantó para ir a la cocina
Le dijo a su hija: -Hija mía, calla, no pienses mal
Mientras él se quedaba enganchado en la mirada de ella
Asumiendo su pronta infidelidad
Cargando de idealización e intensidad su instinto salvaje
Mientras a sí mismo se decía:
–Antes que llegue la noche, Betsabé ha de ser mía.
Al cabo de las horas,  se ha subido a la habitación de la amiga
Mientras madre e hija dormían.
Se han  abrazado como  perra y perro consentidos
En su propio instinto básico, pasión obsesiva
El padre haciendo amor y ella  diciendo
A un nivel de pasión elevada: el alma tengo en los pies
Y el corazón se me abrasa
No dejes que ni una gota del condón se salga.
En la punta de su amor esta bella hembra en jarras le abrazaba
Cuando, en un instante, él se quitó el condón, exclamando:
:Quiero follar sin condón; haciendo lo que quiso de ella
¡Hasta arrojarle esperma en la cara¡

THE SEDUCTOR OF A GIRLFRIEND

Being one day at the table with his wife and daughter around
The father was referring with a lot of passion to his wife’s girlfriend
That She was a writer and publisher of a publication.
Tamar is called, and he Amon, who guided by the carnal instinct
Who rides our hump as a packet
envisioning a maddened love instantly to look at her.
The daughter, who studies Psychology
And she knows a lot about the “Chills in the Night”, and
The “fears and misgivings in the day”
Seeing that her father’s thoughts and energy
Went behind the girlfriend, she asked:
How much do you look at mother’s friend?”
Does she has buns on her face?
The father, assuming that he had totally
Blinded by her attractiveness
United, perhaps, to that fatigue of a perfect life
With a wonderful wife and a daughter with a career
Master and three languages
When the mother got up to go to the kitchen
He said to his daughter: “My daughter, shut up, do not think badly
While he stayed hooked in her gaze
Assuming his prompt infidelity
Loading idealization and intensity his wild instinct
Saying to himself meanwhile:
“Before the night’s coming, Bathsheba must be mine’s.
At the end of hours, he has gone up to the friend’s room
Mother and daughter sleeping.
They have hugged each other like a she dog and a he dog
In itss own basic instinct, obsessive passion
Father making love and she saying
On a level of high hysteria: my soul Is in my feet
And my heart burns
Do not let a drop of the condom goes away.
At the tip of his love, this beautiful female in jugs hugged him
When, in an instant, he took off his condom, exclaiming:
: -I want falling in Love without a condom
Doing what he wanted from her
Even throwing sperms in her face!

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Daniel de Culla (1955) is a writer, poet, and photographer. He is also a member of the Spanish Writers Association, Earthly Writers International Caucus, Poets of the World, and others. Director of Gallo Tricolor Review, and Robespierre Review. He has participated in Festivals of Poetry, and Theater in Madrid, Burgos, Berlin, Minden, Hannover and Genève .He has exposed in many galleries from Madrid, Burgos, London, and Amsterdam. He is moving between North Hollywood, Madrid and Burgos, Spain. His address is in Burgos, just now. He has more than 70 published books.
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