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Autor: Fernando Emilio Saavedra Palma.
Para: Franz Kafka.
TODO cambia se vuelve una agonía de vida metamorfosea con el TIEMPO no existente al aire.
La ESTRATEGIA universo es sangre que circula
libre sin atadura al vuelo del pensamiento con su jugada.
Las DIMENSIONES son ciencia
ficción de bruma que nos abruma
en el corazón lluvia de TU lágrima.
DESPIERTO y soy otro con mi DAMA-MUJER en cama
soy ajedrez de noche REY en un jaque mate que te AMA.
ANCIANO juego tu partida
la DAMA nunca muere es dios energía vida divina.
TU cuerpo metamorfosis de la TIERRA
agua exponencial evaporada
en un niño que llora y grita…
El PLANETA despierta
en un sueño movimiento de su PIEZA.
Y a lo lejos en el CAMBIO de sus cambios la MUSICA…
(3 July 1883 – 3 June 1924) was a German-language writer of novels and short stories, regarded by critics as one of the most influential authors of the 20th century. Kafka strongly influenced genres such as existentialism. His works, such as "Die Verwandlung" ("The Metamorphosis"), Der Process (The Trial), and Das Schloss (The Castle), are filled with the themes and archetypes of alienation, physical and psychological brutality, parent–child conflict, characters on a terrifying quest, and mystical transformations.
Kafka was born into a middle-class, German-speaking Jewish family in Prague, then part of the Austro-Hungarian Empire, and trained as a lawyer. After completing his legal education, Kafka obtained employment with an insurance company. He began to write short stories in his spare time, and for the rest of his life complained about the little time he had to devote to what he came to regard as his calling. He also regretted having to devote so much attention to his Brotberuf ("day job", literally "bread job"). Kafka preferred to communicate by letter; he wrote hundreds of letters to family and close female friends, including his father, his fiancée Felice Bauer, and his youngest sister Ottla. He had a complicated and troubled relationship with his father that had a major impact on his writing, and he was conflicted over his Jewishness and felt it had little to do with him, although it debatably influenced his writing.
Only a few of Kafka's works were published during his lifetime: the story collections Betrachtung (Contemplation) and Ein Landarzt (A Country Doctor), and individual stories (such as "Die Verwandlung") in literary magazines. He prepared the story collection Ein Hungerkünstler (A Hunger Artist) for print, but it was not published until after his death. Kafka's unfinished works, including his novels Der Process, Das Schloss and Amerika (also known as Der Verschollene, The Man Who Disappeared), were published posthumously, mostly by his friend Max Brod, who ignored Kafka's wish to have the manuscripts destroyed. Albert Camus and Jean-Paul Sartre are among the writers influenced by Kafka's work; the term Kafkaesque has entered the English language to describe surreal situations like those in his writing