Brindar,to toast

Brindar: To offer,to provide To toast Could you understand when the writter is using the first and the second meaning in the poem?When it can mean both? Only for intermediate and advance level. “Brindar por brindar” - by Mex Urtizberea Brindemos por brindar. Brindémonos. Que todo el mundo brinde lo mejor que tenga para brindar. …

Papá Noel o Santa Claus

In Spain the most popular day to give presents is 5th January, but some people like giving presents on 24th too celebrating Santa Claus, in Spain "papá Noel".I've already received as gift this wonderful book and I'd love to gift you with one too: Leyendas del Amazonas. leyendasamazonas

Altamira

From Vanishing acts, Ranjit Hoskoté. Altamira Morning wells like blood in the stag's hollow eye. That horned fleece in yours, prietess; this stone axe, mine. i won't wear my minotaur mask again. I've spent the night carving this ring of bone for you: print your palm in vermilion on this rock-face and today spouts of …