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Alegoría de la primavera

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Un sueño sobre la llegada de la deseada primavera

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Alegoría de la primavera

  1. 1. http://glarcar.blogspot.com.es
  2. 2. Caro Marzo - Entra Come sono felice Ti aspettavo da tanto Posa il Cappello Devi aver camminato Come sei Affannato Caro Marzo, come stai tu, e gli Altri Hai lasciato bene la Natura Oh Marzo, Vieni di sopra con me Ho così tanto da raccontare Ho avuto la tua Lettera, e gli Uccelli Gli Aceri non sapevano che tu stessi arrivando Lho annunciato - come sono diventati Rossi Però Marzo, perdonami Tutte quelle Colline che mi lasciasti da Colorare Non cera Porpora appropriata Lhai portata tutta con teJoseph Bernard (1864-1933)
  3. 3. Dear March - Come in How glad I am I hoped for you before Put down your Hat You must have walked How out of Breath you are Dear March, how are you, and the Rest Did you leave Nature well Oh March, Come right up the stairs with me I have so much to tell I got your Letter, and the Birds The Maples never knew that you were coming I declare - how Red their Faces grew But March, forgive me All those Hills you left for me to Hue There was no Purple suitable You took it all with youJoseph Bernard (1864-1933)
  4. 4. Bartolomeo Veneziano 1502-1555Franz von Stuck 1863-1928 Charles Augustus Henry Lutyens (1829-1915)
  5. 5. Querido Marzo - Ven ¡Qué feliz soy! Te he esperado tanto tiempo descúbrete Debes haber caminado poniendo todo tu empeño Querido marzo, ¿cómo estamos tu y nosotros? que gran reencuentro Oh marzo. Ven conmigo tengo tanto que decirte Recibí tu carta, y los pájaros y los arces no sabían que ibas a venir lo anuncié y mi rostro se acaloró. Marzo, perdóname Pese a todo lo que me dejaron para colorear colinas no encontré púrpura apropiado.Wilton Lockwood (1862-1914) Te llevaste todo contigo
  6. 6. Edouard Bisson 1856-1939 Nathanael Schmitt 1847-1918
  7. 7. Chi bussa? Ecco Aprile Chiudi la Porta Non voglio essere incalzata È stato via un Anno per venire Ora che sono occupata Ma le inezie sembrano così banali Non appena arrivi tu Che il Biasimo è caro come la Lode E la Lode effimera come il Biasimo…Jules Scalbert 1851-1928
  8. 8. Who knocks? That April Lock the Door I will not be pursued He stayed away a Year to call When I am occupied But trifles look so trivial As soon as you have come That Blame is just as dear as Praise And Praise as mere as Blame…Herbert James Drape 1864-1920
  9. 9. Hans Zatzka 1859-1949Hans Zatzka 1859-1949 Joseph Bernard 1864-1933
  10. 10. ¿Quién llama? soy Abril Cierra la puerta No quiero ser molestado He tardado un año en llegar Ahora estoy ocupado Pero todos los retrasos parecen triviales tan pronto como has llegado La culpa es tan costosa como la Alabanza y la alabanza tan efímera como la culpa ...Gabriel Ferrier 1847-1914
  11. 11. Emily Elizabeth Dickinson (December 10, 1830 – May15, 1886) was an American poet. Born in Amherst,Massachusetts, to a successful family with strongcommunity ties, she lived a mostly introverted andreclusive life. After she studied at the Amherst Academyfor seven years in her youth, she spent a short time atMount Holyoke Female Seminary before returning toher familys house in Amherst. Thought of as aneccentric by the locals, she became known for herpenchant for white clothing and her reluctance to greetguests or, later in life, even leave her room. Most of herfriendships were therefore carried out bycorrespondence.Emily Elizabeth Dickinson (Amherst, Massachusetts,Estados Unidos, 10 de diciembre de 1830 -15 de mayode 1886).Poeta estadounidense, cuya poesía apasionada hacolocado a su autora en el reducido panteón de poetasfundacionales estadounidenses que hoy comparte conEdgar Allan Poe, Ralph Waldo Emerson y WaltWhitman. Emily Dickinson pasó gran parte de su vidarecluida en una habitación de la casa de su padre en Franz von Stuck 1863-1928Amherst, y, excepto cinco poemas (tres de ellospublicados sin su firma y otro sin que la autora lo http://glarcar.blogspot.com.essupiera), su ingente obra permaneció inédita y oculta glarcar@hotmail.comhasta después de su muerte.

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