viernes, 27 de diciembre de 2013

El no prisionero de (la) Senda

El no prisionero de (la) Senda

yo solo esperaría
a que anduvieses
con tus ojeras en tu boca
sonriendo morada
y profundamente
y si así fuera
ni siquiera mi esperar
sería torpe sino
o cruzarme de brazos
solos —y tan solo—
sino deseo
de trabajar
por tu alegría.

No te quiero más
que a la verdad,
porque sin ella
tú no eres.

7 comentarios:

Robín dijo...

Me llamas solenostemon, Sofía; tú misma me lo dijiste en privado en un correo; no me llames extranjero. Extraños son los demás; no los que imaginemos cómo es su aliento y escuchamos qué susurran en nuestro oído. Hace unas semanas, la vecina del segundo derecha izquierda, aquí en Vil Vaho, justo más allá , a sólo un metro, de la pantalla a la que miro al escribir estas palabras, salía de casa, con una planta hermosa, vista desde el balcón, que sabía yo ya, por Google, que era el vegetal con el que me nombras y a lo mejor quieres honrar. Una histriónica, que la oigo reñir o discrepar de su chulo, día sí y tarde también. No me habla desde hace veinte años. Me inquieta que tenga un solenostemon -como yo mismo, según Sofía misma- en su poder.
No me disgusta el poema; bella Conocedora; pero necesito que trabajen, además de por mi alegría, por mi inocencia; ella es mi esencia más exacta. Y me la están robando los culpables que me acusarán, no impunemente espero.

Sofía Serra Giráldez dijo...

nununu, yo solo te dije que estará dedicado a ti (si algún puñetero día puedo sacarlo en papel), no que tú seas solenostemon..porque solenostemon es solo un concepto para mí, un concepto poético....jajajaja..me paaarto con tu vecina "contigo" en brazos, que cosas tienes, qué gracioso eres, Robín, ;)
jejeje

un besazo

Robín dijo...

La gracia es un don, casi algo que uno no desea; ser valiente una elección.

Robín dijo...

Ponle un polvo de buena música a una letra o a un poema mustios y reverdecerán. Un ejemplo:

Working all day and the sun don't shine
Trying to get by and Im just killing time
I feel the rain fall the whole night through
Far away from you california blue

California blue dreaming all alone
Nothing else to do california blue
Everyday I pray I'll be on my way
Saving love for you california blue

Robín dijo...

Al final no has tocado "adiós muchachos" transcrita de oído sólo con números en tu guitarra;

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ONyxGw2s9kM

Robín dijo...

Acbo de tener esta pequeña charla con un angloparlante desconocido, a propósito de una sucesión matemática que me inventé ayer y que envié graciosamente a la OEIS estadounidense (Online Encyclopedia of Integer Sequences):

05:25
Michel Marcus: Could you modify your script so that it gives a(n) or so that it gives the list of a(n) which ever you prefer or is easier thanks
06:35
Robin Garcia: The program is an exhaustive search and has been written not to get inmediately the terms of the sequence, but rather to study it, getting more information than required if you only look for the terms . You´ll get several values. Choose the minimal prime(a) value as the correct term for the sequence. You´ll also get the (i-j) value in each case (called e in the program). Choose a smaller c for small terms of the sequence to gain time of computation.
07:31
Michel Marcus: Script is better now that n can be changed. But I really think it should be modified further to take a form like a(n) = {instructions that will return the desired value}. Without having to change c=25000 to get the result. And without getting more output information. If that's possible. Try a search program:pari to see the way scripts are expected to be.
08:34
Robin Garcia: Dear Michel Marcus. Do not be english-like, please. The sequence and the idea of this sequence is mine . And i decide; and it is only me who decides; what kind and degree of information i use in it. Sequences are dynamical -not static- information in my opinion. Programs must be used to understand mathematics and not methematics to understand programs. We do say *no* to a world where everything is automated; you must rather make an effort to understand the sequence and the prime numbers involved, without the help of an experimental program : we are not experimental physicists measuring things, giving whole false answers. Today is the Massacre of the Innocents day in Spain; which we in fact take as a the Fool´s day; be so kind, mister Marcus, not to consider me one.

Robín dijo...

11:06
Michel Marcus: I did not mean to offend you.
16:10
Robin Garcia: I was not offended Marcus; "i was tired" which is at times even worse. But no real problem. As you probably have noticed; this sequence is a a kind of "double" sequence. We need the knoweledge of two primes simultanously to be able to check for the terms of the sequence. Yet i do **not** believe another complementary sequence -to fully "enumerate" this one- should be written and published. This is why i believe in programs (scripts) for "multriple-information (d-dimensional-informative sequences (d = 2 or 3 or 4 )" sequences, in which you can find all the necessary data. Just the opposite philosophy of what you were proposing me to do, reducting my script to just a finder of the terms of the sequence with no further script data information at all. There is more than that. I wrote in the comment : ""(i - j) = 2 for all the calculated terms, with the exception of a(1) where (i - j) = 1 and a(6) where (i - j) = 4"" The only real exception is ( i-j ) = 4 for a(6). And i must say i cannot explain it. And this is a good information; you get it with the program-script i offered. Nevertheless your "more-inmediate-just-for-the-goal" script is welcome and also useful in the "multiple" contexts of a sequence. I did not mean to tire you.

 
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