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Poesías Y Análisis Essay

3454 words - 14 pages

Los poetas y la sociedad
 Rima IV, Gustavo A. Bécquer
No digáis que, agotado su tesoro,
de asuntos falta, enmudeció la lira;
podrá no haber poetas; pero siempre
habrá poesía.
Mientras las ondas de la luz al beso
palpiten encendidas,
mientras el sol las desgarradas nubes
de fuego y oro vista,
mientras el aire en su regazo lleve
perfumes y armonías,
mientras haya en el mundo primavera,
¡habrá poesía!
Mientras la ciencia a descubrir no alcance
las fuentes de la vida,
y en el mar o en el cielo haya un abismo
que al cálculo resista,
mientras la humanidad siempre avanzando
no sepa a dó camina,
mientras haya un misterio para el hombre,
¡habrá poesía!
Mientras se sienta que se ríe el alma,
sin que los labios rían;
mientras se llore, sin que el llanto acuda
a nublar la pupila;
mientras el corazón y la cabeza
batallando prosigan,
mientras haya esperanzas y recuerdos,
¡habrá poesía!
Mientras haya unos ojos que reflejen
los ojos que los miran,
mientras responda el labio suspirando
al labio que suspira,
mientras sentirse puedan en un beso
dos almas confundidas,
mientras exista una mujer hermosa, ¡habrá poesía!

El poema trata sobre la poesía, y de que existirá siempre, no importa lo que pase, estará en la
naturaleza, en lo misterios del hombre, en los sentimientos del hombre y en la belleza de la mujer. El
autor trata de convencernos de lo que siente.
 Rima XXI, Gustavo A. Bécquer
¿Qué es poesía?, dices, mientras clavas
en mi pupila tu pupila azul,
¡Qué es poesía! ¿Y tú me lo preguntas? Poesía... eres tú.
Este poema refleja que la poesía es el ser amado, ella es su inspiración, su musa, cada verso, estrofa
y rima son inspirados en ella.
 Manifiesto, Nicanor Parra
Señoras y señores
Ésta es nuestra última palabra.
-Nuestra primera y última palabra-
Los poetas bajaron del Olimpo.
Para nuestros mayores
La poesía fue un objeto de lujo
Pero para nosotros
Es un artículo de primera necesidad:
No podemos vivir sin poesía.
A diferencia de nuestros mayores
-Y esto lo digo con todo respeto-
Nosotros sostenemos
Que el poeta no es un alquimista
El poeta es un hombre como todos
Un albañil que construye su muro:
Un constructor de puertas y ventanas.
Nosotros conversamos
En el lenguaje de todos los días
No creemos en signos cabalísticos.
Además una cosa:
El poeta está ahí
Para que el árbol no crezca torcido.
Este es nuestro mensaje.
Nosotros denunciamos al poeta demiurgo
Al poeta Barata
Al poeta Ratón de Biblioteca.

Todos estos señores
-Y esto lo digo con mucho respeto-
Deben ser procesados y juzgados
Por construir castillos en el aire
Por malgastar el espacio y...

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