Who is Gabriela Mistral

Gabriela MistralBornLucila de María del Perpetuo Socorro Godoy Alcayaga
(1889-04-07)7 April 1889
Vicuña, ChileDied10 January 1957(1957-01-10) (aged 67)
Hempstead, New YorkOccupationEducator, Diplomat, Poet.NationalityChilean...
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Gabriela Mistral Poems

  • The Sad Mother
    Sleep, sleep, my beloved,
    without worry, without fear,
    although my soul does not sleep,
    although I do not rest. ...
  • Song Of Death
    Old Woman Census-taker,
    Death the Trickster,
    when you're going along,
    don't you meet my baby. ...
  • Tiny Feet
    A child's tiny feet,
    Blue, blue with cold,
    How can they see and not protect you?
    Oh, my God! ...
  • To See Him Again
    Never, never again?
    Not on nights filled with quivering stars,
    or during dawn's maiden brightness
    or afternoons of sacrifice? ...
  • Death Sonnet I
    From the icy niche where men placed you
    I lower your body to the sunny, poor earth.
    They didn't know I too must sleep in it
    and dream on the same pillow. ...
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Child 6 God 6 Heart 6 Night 5 Song 5 Never 5 Mother 5 Face 4 Sun 4 I Love You 3

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  • Seventydys: the honeycomb that hides its gold gabriela mistral, ‘the happy woman’, tr randall couch
  • Magicalselfbot: gabriela mistral needs acceptance
  • Drsanamahmood: “did i live with you in a post life? was i your lifelong partner? is that why the idea of losing you torments me so much? how long have i been without you?”. gabriela mistral, from a letter to doris dana c. january 1950 (translated by velma garcía-gorena).
  • Immunitykarla: rip gabriela mistral you would’ve loved the lakes by taylor swift
  • Godaphrodite1: “i killed a woman in me: one i did not love.” — gabriela mistral from madwomen: poems of gabriela mistral; the other. trans. randall couch.
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