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"Los escritos de Paul Paniagua subliman el espíritu, conquistan la alegría, y nos hacen ver la vida con humor y optimismo... Desde el título, Paul Paniagua nos penetra en un espacio lúdico, inspirado en los juegos de trompos. Para el autor, el texto es una métafora de la vida.Es un liSbro original que atrapa al lector.. Estos textos hiperbreves no se pueden leer con el ceño fruncido, sino una una amplia sonrisa. " Dra. Mara L. García BYU

"Mis textos descubren el misterio de la vida, las cosas, y aún hasta en una toalla vieja o inodoro cualquiera, se desenmascara la ocasión de reír y llorar. Espero que mis textos enseñen a enfrentar la vida sin miedo; no hay razón para no ser feliz en ella. No hay excusa para no serlo ni trompo de poner alguno que tenga que pagar por nuestras culpas". Paul Jr Paniagua


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EL INODORO


El inodoro irrumpe en protesta. Se estremece de llanto. No acepta su terrible destino. Solloza. Traga de todo. Anticipa saldar cualquier cuenta pendiente. No se da por vencido. Sufre acoso moral. Le resulta absurdo contemplar el suicidio. No se acobarda. Sigue de pie resoluto.


Monday, May 21, 2012

MY LAST BABY TOOTH





One night I was wiggling my loose tooth and it popped out. I was happy to see it come out. It was my last baby tooth. In the mirror I saw a small blood stain on the gum which gradually disappeared from between my teeth. There was a big hole now which my tongue covered up, ashamed. As I looked at the tooth, I noticed it was shining, silvery like the moon at night. I was surprised to think that my mouth was shiny; someone had told me this before but I never understood why. It didn’t occur to me that a molar could be so beautiful.
I rinsed my mouth and ran to show the marvelous tooth to my mom. She looked at it and told me it was silver. She told me how she had taken me to the dentist who, while I was asleep, had put the crown on my tooth. I never knew that. Mom took a look at my new smile. With her finger she touched the new tooth that had begun to sprout in the hollow space and had pushed out the other tooth. “Marieanne,” she said, “I can see your new little tooth; it’s white and shiny! I smiled. 
I watched Wizards of Waverly Place and for a while I forgot about everything. It was late, I could see from the clock. I brushed the rest of my teeth, took a shower, and puton my pajamas. I read a poem, said my prayers and got into bed. But first I carefully placed my silvery tooth under the pillow, hoping for a visit from the Tooth Fairy.
I woke up at 7:30 the next morning anxious to see what the Tooth Fairy had left for me. I knew my tooth was special. I doubted that anyone else had one like it. I thought it must be worth a fortune. I lifted up the pillow and was surprised to see that the Tooth Fairy hadn’t left any gift or money in exchange for my tooth. I asked Mom what had happened. She explained that the Tooth Fairy didn’t want to bother me while I was sleeping, since I had a bad cold and wasn’t feeling well. I thought that was nice of her. I had slept with a fever. I think mom stayed up with me all night. 
I told Dad what had happened and he promised me the Tooth Fairy would come that night. Hearing that made me want to go to sleep. I knew the Fairy would come, but I wasn’t sure I wanted to give her my tooth. I sat back up on the bed and wrote her a note: “Dear Tooth Fairy, This silver tooth is a special treasure. It’s filled with memories and lots of delicious scrumdiddlyumptious flavors. If you don’t need it, please don’t take it.” I left the letter under my pillow and lay down again. Dad kissed me on the forehead and turned off the light in my room. I snuggled under the blankets and this time I really fell asleep. The Tooth Fairy accepted my proposal, leaving me the tooth and a stunningvsurprise.


Sin Trompo de Poner
Copyright 2011
By Marieanne Paniagua 

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