Jose Marti Love Poems
- 1. I Who Live Though I Have Died (verse Xxvi)
I who live though I have died,
Claim a great discovery,
For last night I verified
Love is the best remedy.
- 2. Pour Out Your Sorrows, My Heart (verse Xlvi)
Pour out your sorrows, my heart,
But let none discover where;
For my pride makes me forbear
My heart's sorrows to impart.
- 3. Opening The Moorish Grate (verse Xvi)
Opening the moorish grate
To lean upon the wet sill,
Pale as the moon, and so still,
A lover ponders his fate.
- 4. I'll Never Forget, I Vow (verse Xiv)
I'll never forget, I vow,
That fall morning long ago,
When I saw a new leaf grow
Upon the old withered bow.
- 5. Wandering Through Love's Strange Bazaar (verse Xlii)
Wandering through love's strange bazaar,
Held by the seaside, not far,
A sad pearl fair as a star
By great luck fell to Agar.
- 6. I Have A Dead Friend (verse Viii)
I have a dead friend who lately
Has begun to visit me:
My friend sits down and sings to me,
Sings to me so dolefully.
- 7. A Sincere Man Am I (verse I)
A sincere man am I
From the land where palm trees grow,
And I want before I die
My soul's verses to bestow.