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Quito Nicolaas
Nacionalidad:
Países Bajos
E-mail:
Biografia
Gente

Mira gente
de toda nacionalidad
en una nacion.

Por la maana
de noche tarde
dos vidas
en una vida.

Distancia largo
Gritos
sin slcance
en el viento.

La decadencia
una isolacin
una cultura ...
el materialismo.

Derechos invuelto
un dualismo
entre individuos
sugetado a la medida.

Quito Nicolaas
[Del tomo:Destino,2000]


Malvinas

En mis sueos
Te veo
Todas las noches

Antes te comtemplaba
En todos los lados de tus ojos
De dia

Alejados de otro
Crece el deseo
En la madrugada

Aunque para un slo vez
Faltar el compromiso
Una tarde

Te quise
Dos sombras compremitido
La maana

Quito Nicolaas
[Del tomo Atarde de Antao,2005]


Awareness

I'm afraid
of the words
that harbor
my feelings
to express them.

I'm anxious
of those stories
that hide
my thoughts
to live to tell them.

I'm fearful
in pronouncing
the experience
I embrace
to tell it all.

I doubt
that my dreams
which absorb
my days
to realize them.

I'm aware
of my voice
that gives birth
to my ideas
to fertilize them.

I'm concious
of my feelings
that obsess
my life
to share them.

Quito Nicolaas
[From:Reasonable Doubts,2002]


biografia:

Quito Nicolaas
was born in San Nicolas, Aruba and left at the age of 17 years for The Netherlands. He studied Political science and Law at the University of Amsterdam and University of Leiden.
At the age of twelve he began writing poems. In 1990 he published his first volume of poems, Eclips Politico. He started out writing in his mother-tongue Papiamento, while later on to write in Spanish, Dutch and English.
As a writer/poet he wrote several shortstories, novels and essays.
Besides being a publicist, he is also a book reviewer first for the weekly magazine Contrast and presently for the Caribe Magazine. For the weekly NPS radio-program Tambu its rubric 'Un Palabra Kla'he wrote a column based upon an historical-antropological theme regarding Aruba.
The themes dealt with in his poetry usually are the individual, nature and politics. In general his poems in recent years, are a reflection of the life between two cultures, their environment, dilemma's and experience of emigrants in the Dutch society.
His Weblog:
http://quitonicolaas.web-log.nl

E-mail:
quito.nicolaas@gmail.com

 

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