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Quevedo Y Villegas, Francisco Gomez De    Poet's Biography
Alternate Author Name(s): Quevedo, Francisco Gomez De; Quevedo, Francisco De
23 poems available by this author


CONSTANT LOVE EVEN BEYOND DEATH       
First Line: My eyes may close in the last remaining
Last Line: Dust they shall be, yet dust in love
Subject(s): Hearts; Memory; Soul


DEFINIENDO AL AMOR       
First Line: Es yelo abrasador
Last Line: El que en todo
Subject(s): Corazones; PasiÓn


DEFINING LOVE       
First Line: It's ice that burns, it is frozen fire
Last Line: Who's in all things against himself!
Subject(s): Cupid; Hearts; Passion


DEFINING LOVE       
First Line: It is scorching ice, it is freezing fire
Last Line: He whom paradox has riven with strife


EPÍSTOLA SATÍRICA Y CENSORIA ESCRITA AL CONDE-DUQUE DE OLIVA       
First Line: No he de callar
Last Line: Y os vera el cielo
Subject(s): Escritura Y Escritores; SÁtira


FLY       
First Line: Out of the wine-pot cry'd the fly
Last Line: Thus from the wine-pot, etc


HE POINTS OUT THE BREVITY OF LIFE       
First Line: My yesterday was dream, tomorrow earth
Last Line: Digs out a monument from my brief day
Subject(s): Mortality; Time; Transience


HE SHOWS HOW ALL THINGS WARN OF DEATH       
First Line: I gazed upon my country's tottering walls
Last Line: A warning of the wasted gaze of death
Subject(s): Death


LETRILLA: THE LORD OF DOLLARS       
First Line: Over kings and priests and scholars
Last Line: Rules the mighty lord of dollars
Subject(s): Courts And Courtiers; Death; Graves; Heaven


LIFE'S BREVITY       
First Line: Ah, what of life! Does no one answer me?
Last Line: Joined, swaddling clothes and shroud, I am, alas %now naugh t but a succession of the dead


LORD OF DOLLARS       
First Line: Over kings and priests and scholars %rules the mighty lord of dollars
Subject(s): Business; Courts And Courtiers; Money; Wealth


LOVE CONSTANT BEYOND DEATH       
First Line: Last of the shadows may close my eyes
Last Line: But being ash will feel %dust be dust in love
Subject(s): Future Life; Love - Nature Of


LOVE CONSTANT BEYOND DEATH [AMOR CONSTANTE MAS ALLA MUERTE]       
First Line: The final shadow may close my eyes


MADRIGAL: THE RESTLESS LOVER    Poem Text    
First Line: The birds to wanton in the air desire
Last Line: Cannot the fire which burns my heart allay.


ON A CHAPLAIN'S NOSE       
First Line: Limblike to his own snout, projecting there
Last Line: Would even spoil the face of ananias
Subject(s): Noses


ROME BURIED IN HER RUINS    Poem Text    
First Line: Amidst these scenes, o pilgrim, seek'st thou rome?
Last Line: Nought but the wave, a fugitive, -- remains.
Subject(s): Rome, Italy


ROME IN HER RUINS       
First Line: Amidst these scenes, o pilgrim
Last Line: Nought but the wave, a fugitive-remains
Subject(s): Rome, Italy; Ruins


SONNET: DEATH-WARNINGS    Poem Text    
First Line: I saw the ramparts of my native land
Last Line: That was not a reminder of the end.
Subject(s): Death; Decay; Omens; Dead, The; Rot; Decadence


THE FLY    Poem Text    
First Line: Out of the wine-pot cried the fly
Last Line: Thus from the wine-pot, &c.
Subject(s): Alcoholism & Alcoholics; Flies


TO A MAN WITH A BIG NOSE       
First Line: There once was a man fastened to a nose
Last Line: Freakish chilblain, purple and fried


TO A NOSE       
First Line: Once there was a nose that owned a man
Last Line: That there exists a cosmos without a nose


TO ROME; BURIED IN ITS RUINS    Poem Text    
First Line: Stranger, 'tis vain! Midst rome thou seek'st for rome
Last Line: Which seemed so fleet and fugitive remains.
Subject(s): Rome, Italy


TOOTHPULLER WHO WANTED TO TURN A MOUTH INTO A GRINDING MACHINE       
First Line: O you who eat with someone else's teeth
Last Line: And feels the same as pulling off your head
Subject(s): Dentists; Food And Eating; Teeth



Villegas, Esteban Manuel De    Poet's Biography
7 poems available by this author


CANTILENA: DE UN PAJARILLO       
First Line: Yo vi sobre
Last Line: El rustico
Subject(s): Amor - Quejas; Pena


MOTHER NIGHTINGALE       
First Line: I have seen a nightingale


MOTHER NIGHTINGALE       
First Line: I have seen a nightingale
Last Line: Answer, - 'that I never will'
Subject(s): Mourning; Prayer


ODA SÁFICA       
First Line: Dulce vecino
Last Line: Hiera tus alas
Subject(s): Amor


SAPPHIC ODE       
First Line: Thou gracious dweller of the woodland green
Last Line: Shatter thy pinions!
Subject(s): Flowers; Hearts; Love - Loss Of; Spring


SPRING-TIME       
First Line: Tis sweet in the green spring
Last Line: Of leaves and flowers and zephyrs go again
Subject(s): Flowers; Nature; Spring


TIS SWEET, IN THE GREEN SPRING       



Villegas, Juan   
1 poems available by this author


IN HONOR OF TRUTH AND THE PROPHET MALCOLM X       
First Line: And there came to us
Last Line: And giving warmth %and giving light
Subject(s): African Americans; Malcolm X (malcolm Little) (1925-1965)