There are island-forests, mountain-forests and springboard forests.
In each forest, of course, there is a wolf.
And there are also an elk and a caribou.
The wolf spends his days running after them,
until he reaches and eats them.
Then he looks for another forest.
But in this forest there were no elks and no caribous,
just a tree on top of a hill.
This tree was different from any other tree: he could speak.
Nobody understood a single word he said but he did speak.
– I have never seen a tree which was less of a tree than this one – said the wolf.
EL ÁRBOL TAN POCO ÁRBOL
Miguel A. Pérez Arteaga
Hardcover - 40 pp. - 250x230 mm