BALL OF SUET
I went to the balcony to see if she came Of course, she was coming! I saw her come midget as she is: It's a Ball of Suet What looks like a globe A Ball of the World With two legs and a head Two big tits and a hairy brunette That goes way to the San Amaro’s Pools In Burgos. I come down from home Following her steps To see where she was going. I watched her walk down the street River Arlanzón down From Juan de Padilla To University Avenue Where are the pools.
From Copenhagen of Denmark Walking one of its lonely beaches I met a certain Gunilda "The Silent" who, right away She fell for me Well I'm handsome and slender And, besides, my name is Canuto Telling her when I saw her “Chiki Chiki Want” (I want to fall in Love with You). Having left the beach Hellerup Strand Together, we went back to town Approaching a sausage cart Ordering some hotdogs That they sang to us And it made us laugh thinking her in mine And me in her bun where I put it. Stalled in a bank I started to put my hand And she, noticing the pre-ejaculatory swelling She wanted to see my dick And, looking at the glans, she exclaimed: ‘Mi parecer berenjena de Almagro’ (I see it As Eggplant from Almagro).
I AM GERINELDO
In many other things My mom, a beautiful lady Told the priest confessor Of those in poor condition: ‘Father, I don't know if, someday My son Gerineldo is getting married Because I see that he jerks off a lot. I ask him why He doesn't go out with girls who are very hot And he tells me: “Because they have a crack in the middle of the ass”’ The father confessor replied: ‘Commend him to Jesus and the Virgin Mary. Get him into the Seminary And become a pedophile priest To go through those mountains of God Disgracing widows and married Covering up his pedophile habit’. ‘But, Father,’ my mother told him ‘Do not make fun of me. A servant of God cannot dishonor To one or two.’
POETESS IN VINEGAR PRICKS
Estrella, nineteen-year-old Is attracted to poetry When she shits and pisses. In the services of a tavern In Mecerreyes from Burgos She read this sentence written: “Being pot and cover, will be strength” What is said when it is forced Do and work What then cannot be paid. As a young transgressor And good drinker She walked up to the bar Asking for a Ribera red wine Looking at the counter A bottle of brandy With two cucumbers inside With the Title “Pricks in Vinegar”. Curious, she begged the waiter To let her see the bottle. Diligent, he left it to her. Beneath the title she read An address that read: “Pricks in Vinegar”
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 in 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.