Jose Marti Red Poems
- 1. 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.
- 2. 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.
- 3. The Spanish Dancer (verse X)
My soul tremulous and forlorn
At nightfall will grow lonely:
There's a show, let us go see
The Spanish dancer perform.
- 4. Mujeres
Ã?sta, es rubia: Ã©sa, oscura: aquÃ©lla, extraÃ±a
Mujer de ojos de mar y cejas negras:
- 5. Some Day I'll Visit Longingly (verse Iv)
Someday I'll visit longingly
All the places where, unseen,
My lover and I have been
Playing with waves by the sea.
- 6. I Have Come To The Strange Ball (verse Xxii)
I have come to the strange ball
Where tails and gaiters abound,
And the best hunters the year-round
The New Year wait to install.
- 7. I'm So Frightfully Unhappy' (verse Xxxiii)
I'm so frightfully unhappy,
I feel, oh stars, I am dying!:
I want to live, and I'm sighing
A beauteous woman to see.
- 8. If You've Seen A Mount Of Sea Foam (verse V)
If you've seen a mount of sea foam,
It is my verse you have seen:
My verse a mountain has been
And a feathered fan become.