Angel Iribarren Arlegui

Piedras

COMO TÚ (de León Felipe)

Así es mi vida,
piedra,
como tú. Como tú,
piedra pequeña,
como tú
piedra ligera;
como tú,
canto que ruedas
por las calzadas
y por las veredas;
como tú,
guijarro humilde de las carreteras;
como tú,
que en días de tormenta
te hundes
en el cieno de la tierra
y luego
centelleas
bajo los cascos
y bajo las ruedas;
como tú, que no has servido
para ser ni piedra,
ni de una lonja,
ni piedra de una audiencia,
ni piedra de un palacio,
ni piedra de una iglesia;
como tú,
piedra aventurera;
como tú,
que tal vez estás hecha
solo para una honda,
piedra pequeña
y ligera……



Todas estas piedras están dedicadas a los fracasados, desahuciados, perdedores, derrotados,…. quizás yo mismo. Cuando salimos al campo solo las miramos para no tropezarnos o evitar un traspiés. Ahí se quedan, tiradas en el camino. Sólo son estorbos. Angel.

FACTSHEET:

Dimensions : 30 cm x 20 cm x 15 cm (Height, Width, Depth)
Weight : 4 kg
Year : 2018
Material : Stone, Metal, Wood

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