“A Margarita Debayle” is considered one of the greatest and most beautiful poems It was written by the Nicaraguan poet Ruben Dario in Margarita has 88 ratings and 12 reviews. bluesakura said: This is a book so precious to me, when I was a little girl I read and re-read this at my local. Ruben Dario a margarita debayle poema a declarar de Greta Álvarez A MARGARITA DEBAYLE RUBEN DARIO A MARGARITA DEBAYLE.
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What a fancy strange and wild! So she went, the lovely princess, O’er the sea, and under the sky, To cut the white star that she longed for From the vault of the heavens on high.
A king there was and far away, with a palace of diamonds and a shopfront made of day. But one afternoon the princess saw high in the heavens appear a star, and being mischievous, resolved at once to bring it near.
Maria rated it it was amazing Oct 24, And when she came back from the Lord’s fair park In the heaven’s azure height, She was seen all wrapt in a glory soft, In a splendor sweet and maegarita. He has been praised as the prince of Castilian letters. Apr 12, Margi Arbina rated it it was amazing. Pinky rated it liked it May 06, Una tarde la princesa vio una estrella aparecer; la princesa era traviesa y la quiso ir a coger.
One rhben my favorite books of all time, the drawings are intricate and very beautiful.
Beautiful, Margarita, the sea is, still and blue: Margarita, te voy a contar un cuento. She spoke the truth; her words shine with the clear lightness of the air: And the princess is fair to look on, With her breatpin, the margarlta girl; For it shines with the star, with a poet’s verse, With a feather, a flower and a pearl!
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A Margarita Debayle (To Margarita Debayle) – Poem by Ruben Dario
Sonia Perez rated it really liked it Feb 14, Margarita, the sea lies fair; The breezes clear Waft orange blossoms’ fragrance— Your breath, my dear! Whereupon, in punishment, the king said, I’d be much beholden if you’d go this moment and consent to return what you have stolen.
To dde other readers questions about Margaritaplease sign up. It seems dainty rubeen, darling, Are much as you are today, For lilies they pick, and roses, And stars. Only managed to make copies of the book as a memory of it The Princess and the Star Margarita, the sea lies fair, And from the bowers The winds bring a subtle scent Of orange flowers.
Y el rey clama: Go back to the sky once more, For what you stole from the shining heights To its place you must restore. Y asi, dijo la verdad: And what is that on your bosom That burns with a light so fair?
Poems by Ruben Dario: She returned at last, and though gone from the high heavens of accord, still there hung about and shone the soft brilliance of our Lord.
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AteX rated it liked it Jan 01, Y el papa dice enojado: So sad was then our little princess looking at her sweet flower of light, until and smiling at her distress there stood the Lord Jesus Christ.
Dario is in all possibility the poet who has had the greatest and most lasting influence dzrio twentieth century Spanish literature.
A Margarita Debayle
Sep 20, Aleja Blue rated it it was amazing. Lorena rated it it was amazing Dec 26, Mar 13, Vale rated it it was amazing Shelves: And it still has the charm to enchant children who visit me. There once was a mighty monarch, With a palace of diamonds bright, And elephants in a stately troop, And a tent that was made of light, And a tower of malachite costly, And a mantle of gorgeous hue, And a fair little, sweet little princess, As pretty, my darling, as you.
She was mischievous, surely, the princess— She wanted to gather that star. Again the king is laughing, brilliant in his robes’s rich royalty, he troops the herd of elephant, in their four hundred, by the sea.
Margarita by Rubén Darío
Adored and delicate, the princess is once more a little girl who keeps for brooch the star and, yes, the flowers, and the feathers, the pearl. The orange blossom in the breezes drifting through. Ora rated it it was amazing Jan 20, She went up by the moon, and farther, On that beautiful summer eve; But the bad thing was that she ruen away Without asking her father’s leave. This book brings so many memories!