THE TRIBAL FESTIVAL, a Global Hymn by Carlos Mijares Poyer
The Indian manes pronounced
unseen colors cajoling gaze and desire
angle steps to the uppity regalia
of tom-toms and jazz -panorama.
The young and old, children running
ample foreheads looking into the sky
daylight gleaming in a hot spirit
piquant tone of roses and sunflowers singing
hymns of future and global being...
The bands sauntered
delivering musical messages
to construe ample troikas
and prompt attitudes of joy
melody and harmonious voicings
of a spectacular human University
of choices in an apple of freedom
and kisses of a society.
The animals prounced too
carrying beads in their mouths
and jingles in their eyes, sea horses in their eyes...
come on, bells tolled from huts
and old cars hummed tenor
Sleek and black, immaculate luster…
outlook of thoughts,
and the ultimate quaint decisions
of a very small group
gathered to commend a beginning
from a last change or vibration
or the last rocks in the river.
Carlos Mijares Poyer is an international author, journalist, translator and marketer. He studied all of his education in the U.S. at Pine Crest School and English major at Guilford College. He studied Marketing in ISUM Marketing College. Since 2015 he has published in numerous on-line literary websites in the U.S., Ireland, Venezuela, Mexico and Argentina. Main contributor to the Ultimas Noticias Cultural Supplement in Venezuela in different journalistic and literary genres.