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Keyword: Heredia
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AFTER PETRARCH, by JOSE-MARIA DE HEREDIA (1842-1905)    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Leaving the church, with gesture tender
Last Line: That from the darkness shot a star's long ray.
Subject(s): Petrarch (1304-1374); Francesco Petrarca


AL SOL, by JOSE MARIA DE+(1) HEREDIA               
First Line: Yo te amo
Last Line: El iris tiende
Subject(s): Patriotismo; Sol


ANTIQUE COIN, by JOSE-MARIA DE HEREDIA (1842-1905)    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Still etna bears the red wine and the gold
Last Line: The immortal beauty of sicilian girls.
Subject(s): Etna (volcano); Numismatics; Sicily; Volcanoes; Aetna (volcano); Coins, Commemorative; Medals, Historical


ANTOINE ET CLEOPATRE, by JOSE-MARIA DE HEREDIA (1842-1905)                Poet's Biography
First Line: Tous deux ils regardaient, de la haute


ANTONY AND CLEOPATRA, by JOSE-MARIA DE HEREDIA (1842-1905)                Poet's Biography
First Line: Together they stood watching on the terrace
Last Line: In her wide pupils starred with golden points %an immeasurable sea with ships in flight
Subject(s): Love


ANTONY AND CLEOPATRA, by JOSE-MARIA DE HEREDIA (1842-1905)                Poet's Biography
First Line: Both stand on the high terrace, looking down
Last Line: Stirred into turmoil by his fleeing ships


ANTONY AND CLEOPATRA, by JOSE-MARIA DE HEREDIA (1842-1905)                Poet's Biography
First Line: The two lovers pace the terrace nervously
Last Line: Immense and dark, where the galleys fled


ARREST OF ANTONIO EL CAMBORIO IN THE STREETS OF SEVILLE, by FEDERICO GARCIA LORCA               
First Line: Antonio torres heredia %son and grandson of camborios
Last Line: While the sky above is shining %like the croup of a colt
Subject(s): Freedom; Spanish Civil War (1936-1939)


ARREST OF ANTONIO EL CAMBORIO ON THE ROAD TO SEVILLE, by FEDERICO GARCIA LORCA               
First Line: Antonio torres heredia, %one of the camborios
Last Line: While all the shining sky %glistened like a colt


ARREST OF TONY EL CAMBORIO ON THE ROAD TO SEVILLE, by FEDERICO GARCIA LORCA               
First Line: Antonio torres heredia, %by birth a camborio real
Last Line: Like a colt's dark-shimmering flanks


CENTAUR'S FLIGHT, by JOSE-MARIA DE HEREDIA (1842-1905)    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Red-handed and with savage thews afire
Last Line: In monstrous girth of herculëan shade.
Subject(s): Centaurs


CONQUISTADORES, by JOSE-MARIA DE HEREDIA (1842-1905)                Poet's Biography
First Line: Like noble falcons from their native height
Last Line: Dip under the swift uprising of strange stars
Subject(s): Conquistadors


DEATH OF THE EAGLE, by JOSE-MARIA DE HEREDIA (1842-1905)                Poet's Biography
First Line: A wild scream, and the vortex whirls him down
Last Line: To die a death so dazzling and so swift


EPITAPH, by JOSE-MARIA DE HEREDIA (1842-1905)    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Here sleeps, o passer, hyacinth the lord
Last Line: This sweet, sad symbol of apollo's sighs.


FLUTE, by JOSE-MARIA DE HEREDIA (1842-1905)                Poet's Biography
First Line: Evening! A flight of pigeons in clear sky!


FLUTE: A PASTORAL, by JOSE-MARIA DE HEREDIA (1842-1905)                Poet's Biography
First Line: Evening! A flight of pigeons in clear sky
Last Line: Rise, wing'd with music, from the o'er-labored heart
Subject(s): Flutes; Love


HEREDIA: ANTONY AND CLEOPATRA, by HENRI COULETTE               
First Line: Under the azure where the noon sun totters
Last Line: Sees the gold-flecked eyes a troubled sea, %immense and dark, where broken galleys flee


HURRICANE, by JOSE MARIA DE+(1) HEREDIA               
First Line: Lord of the winds! I feel thee nigh
Last Line: Alone with the terrible hurricane
Subject(s): Hurricanes; Sailors And Sailing; Wind


IN 'THE BOOK OF LOVES' (OF PIERRE DE RONSARD), by JOSE-MARIA DE HEREDIA (1842-1905)    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: More than one lover, in the bourgueil park
Last Line: The myrtles of love and the laurels of glory.
Subject(s): Love; Ronsard, Pierre De (1524-1585)


LE LIT, by JOSE-MARIA DE HEREDIA (1842-1905)                Poet's Biography
First Line: Qu'il soit encourtine de brocart ou de serge


MICHELANGELO, by JOSE-MARIA DE HEREDIA (1842-1905)    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Yes, he was darkly haunted, we may say
Last Line: The anger of a god down-borne by earth.
Subject(s): Michelangelo Buonarroti (1475-1564)


MOON ON THE SEA, by MARIE DE REGNIER    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Where the dim twilight dreams
Last Line: Pale moon!
Alternate Author Name(s): D'houville, Gerard; Heredia, Marie De
Subject(s): Evening; Moon; Sea; Sunset; Twilight; Ocean


MY POEM TO THE CHILDREN KILLED IN THE WAR IN SPAIN, by JOSE RAMON HEREDIA               
First Line: As though all the stars should fall down


NIÁGARA, by JOSE MARIA DE+(1) HEREDIA               
First Line: Dadme mi lira
Last Line: Alce en las
Subject(s): Agua; Naturaleza


NIAGARA, by JOSE MARIA DE+(1) HEREDIA               
First Line: Tremendous torreent! For an instant hush
Subject(s): Niagara Falls; Waterfalls


ODE TO NIAGARA, by JOSE MARIA DE+(1) HEREDIA               
First Line: My lyre! Give me my lyre! My bosom
Last Line: To listen to the echoes of my fame
Subject(s): Childhood Memories; Niagara Falls; Water; Waterfalls


ON AN ANTIQUE MEDAL, by JOSE-MARIA DE HEREDIA (1842-1905)    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: The wine which gave the antique ecstasy
Last Line: The immortal beauty of sicilian maids.
Subject(s): Arethusa; Beauty; Transience; Impermanence


ON PIERRE RONSARD'S BOOK OF LOVE, by JOSE-MARIA DE HEREDIA (1842-1905)    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: In bourgueil's pleasaunce many a lover's hand
Last Line: Of myrtle and of laurel not in vain.
Subject(s): Ronsard, Pierre De (1524-1585)


ON THE CYDNUS, by JOSE-MARIA DE HEREDIA (1842-1905)    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Under the glorious sky, where the sun low rings
Last Line: The divine and infant twain, desire and death.
Subject(s): Babies; Cleopatra, Queen Of Egypt (69-30 B.c.); Courts & Courtiers; Infants; Royal Court Life; Royalty; Kings; Queens


ON THE OLD BRIDGE, by JOSE-MARIA DE HEREDIA (1842-1905)    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: On graven chalice or on hasp of gold
Last Line: A dagger's hilt whereon the titans stove.
Subject(s): Cellini, Benvenuto (1500-1571)


PERSEUS AND ANDROMEDA: ANDROMEDA AND THE MONSTER, by JOSE-MARIA DE HEREDIA (1842-1905)                Poet's Biography
First Line: Cepheus's daughter still lives, alas
Last Line: On the sea his great shadow of azure


PERSEUS AND ANDROMEDA: ANDROMEDA'S WEDDING, by JOSE-MARIA DE HEREDIA (1842-1905)                Poet's Biography
First Line: The great winged horse in a silent flight
Last Line: Against the night, their constellations shine


PERSEUS AND ANDROMEDA: PERSEUS AND ANDROMEDA, by JOSE-MARIA DE HEREDIA (1842-1905)                Poet's Biography
First Line: The conqueror of medusa, slayer
Last Line: And beats the sky dazzled by his flaming wings


SLAVE, by JOSE-MARIA DE HEREDIA (1842-1905)    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Nude, sordid, frightful, offal-fed, a slave
Last Line: Objectivity, its careful workmanship, and its reserve.
Subject(s): Grief; Slavery; Sorrow; Sadness; Serfs


SUNSET, by JOSE-MARIA DE HEREDIA (1842-1905)    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: The sunlit brush light to the dark rock lends
Last Line: And shuts the gold sticks of his crimson fan.


SUNSET, by JOSE-MARIA DE HEREDIA (1842-1905)    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: The furze that flaunts it in its granite home
Last Line: Draws shut the golden sticks of its red fan.


THE BATH, by JOSE-MARIA DE HEREDIA (1842-1905)    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Like the once lovely monster, in the tide
Last Line: The foamy lash of the assaulting sea.
Subject(s): Animals; Horses; Sea; Ocean


THE BED, by JOSE-MARIA DE HEREDIA (1842-1905)    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Let it be draped with serge or with brocade
Last Line: Bids welcome and farewell to all his kin.
Subject(s): Ancestors & Ancestry; Beds; Sleep; Heritage; Heredity


THE CONQUERORS, by JOSE-MARIA DE HEREDIA (1842-1905)    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Falcons fierce they are from charnel nest
Last Line: From out the ocean, strange new stars arise.


THE CONQUERORS, by JOSE-MARIA DE HEREDIA (1842-1905)    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Like a flight of falcons from the native slaughter
Last Line: Where from the ocean's depth there rose new stars.


THE FAIR WATERS OF DREAM, by MARIE DE REGNIER    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: By the fair waters of asia, in a green countryside
Last Line: The stroke gone by.
Alternate Author Name(s): D'houville, Gerard; Heredia, Marie De
Subject(s): Dreams; Fountains; Shadows; Water; Waves; Nightmares


THE LABORER, by JOSE-MARIA DE HEREDIA (1842-1905)    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Here is the yoke, with arrow and share near by
Last Line: In sunless fields of erebus forlorn.
Subject(s): Fields; Labor & Laborers; Pastures; Meadows; Leas; Work; Workers


THE ROSE WINDOW, by JOSE-MARIA DE HEREDIA (1842-1905)    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: This window hath seen many a dame and lord
Last Line: The unfading blossom of the rose there limned.
Subject(s): Jesus Christ; Windows


THE SAMURAI, by JOSE-MARIA DE HEREDIA (1842-1905)    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: The biva in her hand claims thought no more
Last Line: The gold antennae trembling on his casque.
Subject(s): Love


THE TEPIDARIUM, by JOSE-MARIA DE HEREDIA (1842-1905)    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Myrrh sweetens all their supple limbs; they muse
Last Line: Sleek and untrammelled round her bust of bronze.
Subject(s): Statues


THE VISION OF KHEM, by JOSE-MARIA DE HEREDIA (1842-1905)                Poet's Biography
First Line: Tis noon. Mid burning air and dreadful rays


TIS NOON; THE LIGHT IS FIERCE, by JOSE-MARIA DE HEREDIA (1842-1905)                Poet's Biography


TO A TRIUMPHER, by JOSE-MARIA DE HEREDIA (1842-1905)    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Chisel upon thine arch, great king, a knot
Last Line: And mar his blade upon thy glory humbled.
Subject(s): Honor; Time


TO THE SUN, by JOSE MARIA DE+(1) HEREDIA               
First Line: O sun, I love thee! Thou knowest how joyfully, when
Last Line: Spreads its bright wings, joining earth with heaven
Subject(s): Cuba; Patriotism; Sun


TO THE TRAGEDIAN ROSSI, by JOSE-MARIA DE HEREDIA (1842-1905)    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Trailing thy mantle black, I've seen thee break
Last Line: Saw alighieri, living, chant of hell!


VISION OF KHEM, by JOSE-MARIA DE HEREDIA (1842-1905)                Poet's Biography
First Line: Midday. The air burns, and under blazing sky


WIND FROM THE SEA, by JOSE-MARIA DE HEREDIA (1842-1905)    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Garden and wold by winter's hand are gript
Last Line: The bud that in america was blown.
Subject(s): Atlantic Ocean; Sea; Wind; Ocean


YOUNG DEAD WOMAN, by JOSE-MARIA DE HEREDIA (1842-1905)                Poet's Biography
First Line: No matter who you are, you are alive: pass quickly
Last Line: With erebus deaf to prayers, in the embrace of night
Subject(s): Love; Mourning