Federico Garcia Lorca
Ballad Of The Moon by Federico Garcia Lorca

Ballad Of The Moon by Federico Garcia Lorca

translated by Will KirklandThe moon came into the forgein her bustle of flowering nard.The little boy stares at her, stares.The boy is staring hard.In the shaken airthe moon moves ...

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Before The Dawn by Federico Garcia Lorca

Before The Dawn by Federico Garcia Lorca

But like lovethe archersare blindUpon the green night,the piercing saetasleave traces of warmlily.The keel of the moonbreaks through purple cloudsand their quiversfill with ...

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Weeping by Federico Garcia Lorca

Weeping by Federico Garcia Lorca

Weeping,I go down the streetGrotesque, without solutionWith the sadness of CyranoAnd Quixote.RedeemingInfinite impossiblitiesWith the rhythm of the clock.

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Gacela Of The Dead Child by Federico Garcia Lorca

Gacela Of The Dead Child by Federico Garcia Lorca

Each afternoon in Granada,each afternoon, a child dies.Each afternoon the water sits downand chats with its companions.The dead wear mossy wings.The cloudy wind and the clear ...

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Adivinanza De La Guitarra by Federico Garcia Lorca

Adivinanza De La Guitarra by Federico Garcia Lorca

En la redonda encrucijada,seis doncellasbailan.Tres de carney tres de plata.Los suenos de ayer las buscanpero las tiene abrazadasun Polifemo de oro.?La guitarra!

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Gacela Of Unforseen Love by Federico Garcia Lorca

Gacela Of Unforseen Love by Federico Garcia Lorca

No one understood the perfumeof the dark magnolia of your womb.Nobody knew that you tormenteda hummingbird of love between your teeth.A thousand Persian little horses fell ...

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City That Does Not Sleep by Federico Garcia Lorca

City That Does Not Sleep by Federico Garcia Lorca

In the sky there is nobody asleep. Nobody, nobody.Nobody is asleep.The creatures of the moon sniff and prowl about their cabins.The living iguanas will come and bite the men who ...

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Gacela Of The Dark Death by Federico Garcia Lorca

Gacela Of The Dark Death by Federico Garcia Lorca

I want to sleep the dream of the apples,to withdraw from the tumult of cemetries.I want to sleep the dream of that childwho wanted to cut his heart on the high seas.I don't want ...

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Dawn by Federico Garcia Lorca

Dawn by Federico Garcia Lorca

Dawn in New York hasfour columns of mireand a hurricane of black pigeonssplashing in the putrid waters.Dawn in New York groanson enormous fire escapessearching between the ...

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Las Seis Cuerdas by Federico Garcia Lorca

Las Seis Cuerdas by Federico Garcia Lorca

La guitarra,hace llorar a los suenos.El sollozo de las almasperdidas,se escapa por su bocaredonda.Y como la tarantulateje una gran estrellapara cazar suspiros,que flotan en su ...

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MuriO Al Amanecer by Federico Garcia Lorca

MuriO Al Amanecer by Federico Garcia Lorca

Noche de cuatro lunasy un solo arbol,con una sola sombray un solo pajaro. Busco en mi carne lashuellas de tus labios.El manantial besa al vientosin tocarlo. Llevo el No que me ...

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Ditty Of First Desire by Federico Garcia Lorca

Ditty Of First Desire by Federico Garcia Lorca

In the green morningI wanted to be a heart.A heart.And in the ripe eveningI wanted to be a nightingale.A nightingale.(Soul,turn orange-colored.Soul,turn the color of love.)In the ...

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Muerte De AntoNIto El Camborio by Federico Garcia Lorca

Muerte De AntoNIto El Camborio by Federico Garcia Lorca

Voces de muerte sonaroncerca del Guadalquivir.Voces antiguas que cercanvoz de clavel varonil.Les clavo sobre las botasmordiscos de jabali.En la lucha daba saltosjabonados de ...

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La Casada Infiel by Federico Garcia Lorca

La Casada Infiel by Federico Garcia Lorca

Y que yo me la lleve al riocreyendo que era mozuela,pero tenia marido.Fue la noche de Santiagoy casi por compromiso.Se apagaron los farolesy se encendieron los grillos.En las ...

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Sonnet Of The Sweet Complaint by Federico Garcia Lorca

Sonnet Of The Sweet Complaint by Federico Garcia Lorca

Never let me lose the marvel of your statue-like eyes, or the accent the solitary rose of your breath places on my cheek at night.I am afraid of being, on this shore, a branchless ...

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Declaring by Federico Garcia Lorca

Declaring by Federico Garcia Lorca

Find them a conscience declared inan absolute casualsun, find them a featdeclared by the happythingsAbsolute windows, absolute little livesAlways tell a wall, letter thronestone ...

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Little Viennese Waltz by Federico Garcia Lorca

Little Viennese Waltz by Federico Garcia Lorca

In Vienna there are ten little girls,a shoulder for death to cry on,and a forest of dried pigeons.There is a fragment of tomorrowin the museum of winter frost.There is a ...

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Lament For Ignacio Sanchez Mejias by Federico Garcia Lorca

Lament For Ignacio Sanchez Mejias by Federico Garcia Lorca

1. Cogida and deathAt five in the afternoon.It was exactly five in the afternoon.A boy brought the white sheetat five in the afternoon.A frail of lime ready preparedat five in the ...

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Arbole, Arbole by Federico Garcia Lorca

Arbole, Arbole by Federico Garcia Lorca

Tree, treedry and green.The girl with the pretty face is out picking olives. The wind, playboy of towers, grabs her around the waist. Four riders passed byon Andalusian ponies, ...

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Debussy  [with English Translation] by Federico Garcia Lorca

Debussy [with English Translation] by Federico Garcia Lorca

Mi sombra va silenciosa por el agua de la acecia. Por mi sombra estan las ranas privadas de las estrellas. La sombra manda a mi cuerpo reflejos de cosas quietas. Mi sombra va como ...

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Adam by Federico Garcia Lorca

Adam by Federico Garcia Lorca

A tree of blood soaks the morningwhere the newborn woman groans.Her voice leaves glass in the woundand on the panes, a diagram of bone.The coming light establishes and winswhite ...

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The Gypsy And The Wind by Federico Garcia Lorca

The Gypsy And The Wind by Federico Garcia Lorca

Playing her parchment moonPrecosia comesalong a watery path of laurels and crystal lights.The starless silence, fleeingfrom her rhythmic tambourine,falls where the sea whips and ...

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Romance Sonambulo by Federico Garcia Lorca

Romance Sonambulo by Federico Garcia Lorca

Green, how I want you green.Green wind. Green branches.The ship out on the seaand the horse on the mountain. With the shade around her waist she dreams on her balcony, green ...

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Ode To Salvador Dali by Federico Garcia Lorca

Ode To Salvador Dali by Federico Garcia Lorca

A rose in the high garden you desire.A wheel in the pure syntax of steel.The mountain stripped bare of Impressionist fog,The grays watching over the last balustrades.The modern ...

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El Balcon by Federico Garcia Lorca

El Balcon by Federico Garcia Lorca

Si muero Dejad el balcon abierto El nino come naranjas (Desde mi balcon lo veo) El segador siega el trigo (Desde mi balcon lo siento) Si muero Dejad el balcon abierto

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The Old Lizard by Federico Garcia Lorca

The Old Lizard by Federico Garcia Lorca

In the parched path I have seen the good lizard (one dropp of crocodile) meditating. With his green frock-coat of an abbot of the devil, his correct bearing and his stiff collar, ...

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Balada Amarilla Iv by Federico Garcia Lorca

Balada Amarilla Iv by Federico Garcia Lorca

Sobre el cielode las margaritas ando. Yo imagino esta tardeque soy santo.Me pusieron la lunaen las manos.Yo la puse otra vezen los espaciosy el Senor me premiocon la rosa y el ...

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Peaceful Waters:Variation by Federico Garcia Lorca

Peaceful Waters:Variation by Federico Garcia Lorca

peaceful waters of the airunder echo's branchespeaceful waters of a poolunder a bough laden with starspeaceful waters of your mouthunder a forest of kisses

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Landscape Of A Vomiting Multitude by Federico Garcia Lorca

Landscape Of A Vomiting Multitude by Federico Garcia Lorca

The fat lady came out first,tearing out roots and moistening drumskins.The fat ladywho turns dying octopuses inside out.The fat lady, the moon's antagonist,was running through the ...

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Piccolo Valzer Viennese by Federico Garcia Lorca

Piccolo Valzer Viennese by Federico Garcia Lorca

A Vienna ci sono dieci ragazze,una spalla dove piange la mortee un bosco di colombe disseccate.C'e' un frammento del mattinonel museo della brina.C'e un salone con mille ...

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Nocturnos De La Ventana by Federico Garcia Lorca

Nocturnos De La Ventana by Federico Garcia Lorca

1 Alta va la luna.Bajo corre el viento. (Mis largas miradas,exploran el cielo.) Luna sobre el agua,Luna bajo el viento. (Mis cortas miradas,exploran el suelo.) Las voces de dos ...

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Paisaje by Federico Garcia Lorca

Paisaje by Federico Garcia Lorca

El campode olivosse abre y se cierracomo un abanico.Sobre el olivarhay un cielo hundidoy una lluvia oscurade luceros frios.Tiembla junco y penumbraa la orilla del rio.Se riza el ...

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The Faithless Wife by Federico Garcia Lorca

The Faithless Wife by Federico Garcia Lorca

So I took her to the riverbelieving she was a maiden,but she already had a husband.It was on St. James nightand almost as if I was obliged to.The lanterns went outand the crickets ...

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The Little Mute Boy by Federico Garcia Lorca

The Little Mute Boy by Federico Garcia Lorca

The litle boy was looking for his voice.(The King of the crickets had it.)In a drop of waterthe little boy was looking for his voice.I do not want it for speaking with;I will make ...

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Serenata by Federico Garcia Lorca

Serenata by Federico Garcia Lorca

The night soaks itselfalong the shore of the riverand in Lolita's breaststhe branches die of love.The branches die of love.Naked the night singsabove the bridges of March.Lolita ...

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Cantos Nuevos by Federico Garcia Lorca

Cantos Nuevos by Federico Garcia Lorca

Dice la tarde: '?Tengo sed de sombra!'Dice la luna: '?Yo, sed de luceros!'La fuente cristalina pide labiosy suspira el viento.Yo tengo sed de aromas y de risas,sed de cantares ...

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Sonnet by Federico Garcia Lorca

Sonnet by Federico Garcia Lorca

I know that my profile will be serenein the north of an unreflecting sky.Mercury of vigil, chaste mirrorto break the pulse of my style.For if ivy and the cool of linenare the norm ...

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The Song Of The Barren Orange Tree by Federico Garcia Lorca

The Song Of The Barren Orange Tree by Federico Garcia Lorca

Woodcutter.Cut my shadow from me.Free me from the tormentof being without fruit.Why was I born among mirrors?Day goes round and round me.The night copies mein all its stars.I want ...

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The Guitar-La Guitarra by Federico Garcia Lorca

The Guitar-La Guitarra by Federico Garcia Lorca

The weeping of the guitarbegins.The goblets of dawnare smashed.The weeping of the guitarbegins.Uselessto silence it.Impossibleto silence it.It weeps monotonouslyas water weepsas ...

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Train Ride by Federico Garcia Lorca

Train Ride by Federico Garcia Lorca

After rain, through afterglow, the unfolding fanof railway landscape sidled onthe pivotof a larger arc into the green of evening;I remembered that noon I saw a gradual budstill ...

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Saturday Paseo: Adelina by Federico Garcia Lorca

Saturday Paseo: Adelina by Federico Garcia Lorca

Orangesdo not grow in the seaneither is there love in Sevilla.You in Dark and the I the sun that's hot, loan me your parasol.I'll wear my jealous reflection,juice of lemon and ...

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Ode To Walt Whitman by Federico Garcia Lorca

Ode To Walt Whitman by Federico Garcia Lorca

By the East River and the Bronxboys were singing, exposing their waistswith the wheel, with oil, leather, and the hammer.Ninety thousand miners taking silver from the rocksand ...

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Preciosa Y El Aire by Federico Garcia Lorca

Preciosa Y El Aire by Federico Garcia Lorca

Su luna de pergaminoPreciosa tocando vienepor un anfibio senderode cristales y laureles. El silencio sin estrellas,huyendo del sonsonete,cae donde el mar bate y cantasu noche ...

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