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  • Turning Blue/Tornándote azul
  • Lindsay Machinist (bio)
    Translated by Jorge R. Sagastume (bio)

Turning Blue

Pinkcould be a color of passion.Once forceful,now soft.Lovelylittle girl.My ladylove.You love meand color doesn't matter.I am roseand my background is blue.You love mepasteland pale.I love youBlue. [End Page 94]

Tornándote azul

El rosapodría ser el color de la pasión.Alguna vez fue vigoroso,ahora es suave.Niñitaencantadora.Mi damade amor.Me amasy el color no importa.Soy rosay mi entorno es azul.Me quieresde un colorpastely pálida.Yo te quieroazul. [End Page 95]

Lindsay Machinist

Lindsay Machinist was born and raised in Harriburg, Pennsylvania. She studied at Dickinson College and completed her bachelor's degree in 2005. She currently lives in Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania.

Lindsay Machinist nació y se crió en Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. Estudió en Dickinson College y terminó los estudios de bachillerato en 2005. Actualmente reside en Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania.

Jorge R. Sagastume

Jorge R. Sagastume teaches Spanish American literature at Dickinson College and was the first editor of this journal.

Jorge R. Sagastume es profesor de literatura hispanoamericana en Dickinson College y fue el premier editor de esta revista.



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