Federico García Lorca 5 June 1898 – 19 August 1936

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In (a very late) reply to Kate Hobbs' question below - the poem is called From here (Desde aqui) in Spanish. It's a short poem - in English: From Here Tell my friends I have died Water always sings under the trembling woods Tell my friends I have died How the poplars sway the silken sound— Tell them my eyes stayed open that the immortal blue handkerchief covered my face And ah! that I went to my star without bread Hope that helps!
When you read, Federico Garcia Lorca, 'Te viene un nectar a la boca, ' (nectar fills your mouth) And you finally realize, What poetry's all about.
i can't find his last poem to mariana before he gets excuted.. can anyone help me?
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