sábado, 30 de enero de 2010

Teresa María Rojas

Teresa María Rojas


No se debe escupir en las piscinas,
ni orinar, ni mucho menos
limpiarse la nariz
en el agua, no se debe.
Hágase esto en el mar, la gran
piscina del cielo. Allí se puede
escupir, echar los mocos
y el orine
sin grandes arrepentimientos
ya que las nubes son
formidables sirvientas, dueñas
de la lluvia y sus escobas.

De esta forma se alza nuestra mala eduación
a las estrellas.


Sin dolor se ha ido,
sin esa compañía que deja,
sin llanto,
sin esa sensación laxante y peculiar.
Estoy sola,
solatoda, solavela, solantrópica,
sorda, sonsa, sosa,
solfeada, solapada, salpicada,
solanclada, solacrufisolada,
¡oh Dios!
¿cómo se dice cuando
hasta la misma soledad nos abandona?


En la hora señalada salió
de las entrañas de Dios
por mis entrañas
y de carne vestido con Su carne
desgarró con mi amor


Hija, hoja única y partida, aplazada,
retoño mío estéril. Teresa del terror
y las entrañas, tablón
ardiendo donde me aferro náufraga, maestra
mía, madrecita de mi dolor, mi niña.
Tú no lo sabes, ángel, ni lo sabrás,
pero la vida es una aguja
que a veces olvida coser las tajaduras
de Dios, vida, te tengo aquí,
pinchándome los pájaros, pájaros míos,
Teresa de mis alas si al menos yo supiera
enterrar la hebra de hilo,
dobladillar mi herida, herida tuya,
si ya hubiese aprendido cómo puntear
la vida y cerrarle de un diablo.
la costura.

20 comentarios:

Anónimo dijo...

Felicidades Tersa. MUY BUENO!

la Mano

Alfredo Triff dijo...

Señora actriz, formadora de decenas de talentos y tremenda poeta. Eso es pura crema. ¡Qué honor haber trabajado contigo Teresa María!

Anónimo dijo...

yes me tambien< :+) yo fui a su grupo en mdcc cuando vine de cuba p{ero solo por ! dia porque no me entendia nada> la admirop mucho> pero no entiendo< ella escribio eso? o algo? ella esta viva? a me parece que si> muchas gracias> muy bnito poema muy sencible> thank you> me gusta

RI dijo...

Tal vez la mejor poeta cubana del exilio.

Anónimo dijo...

No cabe duda.
Nilo Cruz

JR dijo...

Verso y femineidad, que es duplicar la poesía.

Anónimo dijo...

Magica, compleja, divertida, fiera, monstruo y angel. Mi Madre Superiora. La unica Luz que me ha penetrado. Un regalo de Dios.

Gonzalo Rodriguez

Anónimo dijo...

Watchdog: Bailouts created more risk in system
By DANIEL WAGNER and ALAN ZIBEL, AP Business Writers Daniel Wagner And Alan Zibel, Ap Business Writers
WASHINGTON – The government's response to the financial meltdown has made it more likely the United States will face a deeper crisis in the future, an independent watchdog at the Treasury Department warned.

The problems that led to the last crisis have not yet been addressed, and in some cases have grown worse, says Neil Barofsky, the special inspector general for the trouble asset relief program, or TARP. The quarterly report to Congress was released Sunday.

"Even if TARP saved our financial system from driving off a cliff back in 2008, absent meaningful reform, we are still driving on the same winding mountain road, but this time in a faster car," Barofsky wrote.

Since Congress passed $700 billion financial bailout, the remaining institutions considered "too big to fail" have grown larger and failed to restrain the lavish pay for their executives, Barofsky wrote. He said the banks still have an incentive to take on risk because they know the government will save them rather than bring down the financial system.

Barofsky also said his office is investigating 77 cases of possible criminal and civil fraud, including crimes of tax evasion, insider trading, mortgage lending and payment collection, false statements and public corruption.

One case concerns apparent self-dealing by one of the private fund managers Treasury picked to buy bad assets from banks at discounted prices. A portfolio manager at the firm apparently sold a bond out of a private fund, then repurchased it at a higher price for a government-backed fund. A rating agency had just downgraded the bond, so it likely was worth less, not more, when the government fund bought it. The company is not being named pending the outcome of Barofsky's investigation.


Anónimo dijo...


...Barofsky renewed a call for Treasury to enact clearer walls so that such apparent conflicts are less likely.

Treasury said it welcomed Barofsky's oversight but resisted the call to erect new barriers against conflicts of interest. The new rules "would be detrimental to the program," Treasury spokeswoman Meg Reilly said in a statement. The existing compliance rules "are a rigorous and effective method of protecting taxpayers," she said.

Much of Barofsky's report focused on the government's growing role in the housing market, which he said has increased the risk of another housing bubble.

Over the past year, the federal government has spent hundreds of billions propping up the housing market. About 90 percent of home loans are backed by government controlled entities, mainly Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac and the Federal Housing Administration.

The Federal Reserve is spending $1.25 trillion to hold down mortgage rates, and millions of homeowners have refinanced at lower rates.

"The government has stepped in where the private players have gone away," Barofsky said in an interview. "If we take government resources and replace that market without addressing the serious (underlying) concerns, there really is a risk of" artificially pushing up home prices in the coming years.

The report warned that these supports mean the government "has done more than simply support the mortgage market, in many ways it has become the mortgage market, with the taxpayer shouldering the risk that had once been borne by the private investor."

Barofsky's report echoed concerns raised by housing experts in recent months, as home sales and prices rebounded. They warn that the primary reason for the turnaround last year has been billions of dollars in federal spending to lower mortgage rates and prop up demand.

Once that spigot of cash is turned off, they caution, the market will be vulnerable to a dramatic turn for the worse. Daniel Alpert, managing partner of investment bank Westwood Capital, wrote in a report that national home prices are bound to fall 8 to 10 percent below the lows of last spring.

"The lion's share of the remaining decline will occur in markets that saw sizable bubbles but have not yet retrenched," he wrote.

Officials from the Obama administration counter that massive federal intervention has helped the housing market stabilize and prevented more dire consequences.

Barofsky's report also disclosed that, while the Obama administration has pledged to spend $75 billion to prevent foreclosures, only a tiny fraction — just over $15 million — has been spent so far. Under the Making Home Affordable program, only about 66,500 borrowers, or 7 percent of those who signed up, had completed the process as of December.

He said the key to preventing future crises is to reform Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, create and improve loan underwriting and supervision of banks. He stopped short of endorsing specific proposals for overhauling financial regulation, but said many of the proposals would go far to improving the system.


Anónimo dijo...

Tell the truth, the bailout was started under the reign of Mr. Egghead, W Bush.

Anónimo dijo...

Yes, And OBAMITA has just made Bush's bailout look like a penny in Fort Knox. Tell the truth, Obama is making Bush look good.

Anónimo dijo...

Brother you're watching too much FOX.

scripting as I go dijo...

Teresa. Sin duda alguna es fuente de poesía, agua clara, alma abierta, maestra, poeta, musa.

Anónimo dijo...

We miss Bush!

Anónimo dijo...

Obamas has that effect on people. He makes people miss Bush!

Anónimo dijo...

AT, cuando te bajas del carro obamista? Creo que it's a matter of time.

Anónimo dijo...

No Fox... Fallaste Namaste, por segunda vez.

Anónimo dijo...

From The Miami Herald today.

Axelrod: No decision yet on terror trial site
(AP) -- A top presidential adviser says the Obama administration hasn't decided where it will try professed Sept. 11 mastermind Khalid Sheik Mohammed and four fellow accused terrorists.
The administration said late last year that Mohammed and four other men now held at Guantánamo as co-conspirators would go on trial in a federal civilian court in New York City.

But that plan has run into resistance now from city officials over costs and security measures.

White House aide David Axelrod says the administration must take into consideration such local opposition. He says no decision has been made about where a trial will take place.

Axelrod appeared on NBC's Meet the Press.
WOW, what a surprise, a decision was made, then a no decision was made on the previous decision, pending a new decision, based on a decision that would not be percieved as a decision if the decion is the wrong decision. Obama's decision is pending on this decision.

BTW, this is not FOX NEWS you are reading.
Although, perhaps the White House should have it's own news station and call it FUCKS NEWS.

Anónimo dijo...

Irrefutablemnte una gran poeta

Amilcar Barca

Anónimo dijo...