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In spite of all the efforts made by others, secrretos even the most marvelous garden I have seen comes remotely close to ours. Another day he chopped all the tree trunks, converting them into octagonal columns.

Ve soul stays green and fresh for decades. In order to make him not only a gardener, but the best of all, each of the three wise architects touched his head ceremoniously, bestowing their own dominant passion upon him like an extraordinary inheritance.

That spring his happiness was as deep-rooted as the splendor of his garden throughout the summer. There is nothing here but desolation and destruction. As they walked together toward the closest of the twenty seven gates in the garden wall, secgetos king spoke with amazement about the gardens he had seen on his journey. A well-known legend in Mogador talks about the origin of the thuya groves which surround the city, and also mentions this craft of rough hands, forever scented by this wood.

And just as it was told to me, I tell it again. With the thousands of meters of stripped bark and wood, he ordered that a wall be interwoven to enclose his garden completely. In Spanish, his most recent book: Neither he nor his assistants left the garden for months. In Spanish, Rights available in English En los labios del agua. He had returned earlier because of the alarming messages about the mental state of his cherished gardener, which for the past few months had been waiting for loa in each new place he arrived.

His flowers were recognized secreros the world as the most beautiful of every species. La peau de la terre ou Les Jardins Secrets de Mogador.


The orchard gave them plenty to eat. An arid reserve with chaotic mountains of wood piles. They incorporated infinite displays of water which sang at the foot of the pomegranate trees, along the corridors of oil palms and date palms, and amidst the wild henna bushes.

Translated by Rhonda Dahl Buchanan Paradise in a Box Many inhabitants of Mogador earn a living from the art of woodcarving, especially using the wood of the fragrant thuya tree whose roots are like the deformed fingers of an immense hand plunged into the dunes. And so he began projects which emphasized the geometry of bushes, rows of trees, and cupolas formed by their intertwined branches. This is what you call a perfect garden? Some swore that everyone had committed suicide, or that they had given up their bodies as fertilizer for the plants, or that the crazed gardener had buried everything, convinced that the trees would grow in the opposite direction–downward.

The king felt more at ease and decided that all the rumors about his gardener were the result mogqdor envy in the court. The Magazine edited by ARS. For nine years the gardener cultivated his garden with jardimes and success, achieving amazing results.

Los jardines secretos de Mogador: voces de tierra – Alberto Ruy S├ínchez – Google Books

It is a perfect object, the image not only of paradise, but also of God. The garden was his kingdom within the kingdom. They say the wind is the spirit of the perfect gardener, imprisoned in the natural imperfection of that forest from which he keeps trying to escape. Did you cut down my favorite cedar trees? But the king had smiled because he finally decided what to do with that stubborn gardener possessed by a geometric delirium. After presiding over an immense public celebration for his return, the king summoned the geometric gardener.

Moreover, every corner of his garden was a place of unexpected repose which offered visitors a feeling of the infinite because of its daring and subtle geometric composition. Let me smell in your perfect box everything about you which delights me.

Undoubtedly, its best form of life, its greatest expression, is seen in the impeccable geometry of a cube with lines of other woods inlaid at precise distances, thus revealing its exact proportions and multiplying the image of its perfection. He became exasperated by the secretis of certain flowers to resemble the geometric flower of his dreams.


The king nearly fainted upon seeing his garden suddenly reduced to a heap of plants, half-uprooted and torn to shreds. He worked with the roots of the thuya tree, native to Mogador, making furniture and objects which amazed everyone. Uardines does it let itself be attacked by plagues of insects as do other trees which like to be loved to the point they allow themselves to be consumed. The gardener was pleased that he had convinced him. Let me resuscitate in your dunes and anchor them with my roots.

All of its proportions are exact.

Los Jardines Secretos de Mogador = the Secret Gardens of the Mogador

It only served to become what you will now see. Now even the king would recognize that the garden of all gardens was contained within that box. They drew up a plan which followed precisely the sacred descriptions of the supreme model of all gardens: And his happiness endured as long as the intense green of the leaves. He dreamed about abstract forms which sprouted from each other like fantastic plants, regenerating themselves according to a perfect sceretos. Let me feel you incrust me with all your woods.

Los Srcretos Secretos de Mogador. Did you chop up my cedars, the arz trees from the Atlas mountains I had transplanted here, just to make a simple box? Its jardinds imperfection occurs when it is rooted in the earth, because under its influence, it has the false impression of living on its own, out of control, and becomes deformed in strange and irreparable ways. They also chose a gardener.