Jose Asuncion Silva

(1865 - 1896 / Colombia)

Jose Asuncion Silva Poems

1. Enfermedades De La Ninez 9/14/2012
2. Estrellas Fijas 9/14/2012
3. Sub-Umbra 9/14/2012
4. Edenia 9/14/2012
5. La Noches Del Holgar 9/14/2012
6. Gutierrez Najera 9/14/2012
7. Notas Perdidas 9/14/2012
8. El Mal Del Siglo 9/14/2012
9. Madrigal 9/14/2012
10. Infancia 9/14/2012
11. A Veces 9/14/2012
12. Adriana 9/14/2012
13. Armonías 9/14/2012
14. Cápsulas 9/14/2012
15. Crepúsculo1 9/14/2012
16. Diego Fallón 9/14/2012
17. Filosofías (Silva) 9/14/2012
18. Idilio 2 9/14/2012
19. Juntos Los Dos 9/14/2012
20. La Ventana 9/14/2012
21. La Voz De Las Cosas 9/14/2012
22. Luz De Luna 9/14/2012
23. Poeta, Di Paso 9/14/2012
24. Realidad (Silva) 9/14/2012
25. Triste (Silva) 9/14/2012
26. Víctor Hugo (Silva) 9/14/2012
27. A Ti (Silva) 9/14/2012
28. Las Ondinas 9/14/2012
29. Idilio - 1 9/14/2012
30. Un Poema 9/14/2012
31. Las Voces Silenciosas 9/14/2012
32. Muertos 9/14/2012
33. Humo 9/14/2012
34. Al Oído Del Lector 9/14/2012
35. Vejeces 9/14/2012
36. La Calavera 9/14/2012
37. Egalité 9/14/2012
38. Serenata (José Asunción Silva) 9/14/2012
39. Día De Difuntos 9/14/2012
40. A Un Pesimista 9/14/2012
Best Poem of Jose Asuncion Silva

Nocturne Iii

One night
one night all full of murmurings, of perfumes and music of wings;
one night
in which fantastic fireflies burnt in the humid nuptial shadows,
slowly by my side, pressed altogether close, silent and pale,
as if a presentiment of infinite bitternesses
agitated you unto the most hidden fibers of your being,
along the flowering path which crosses the plain
you walked;
and the full moon
in the infinite and profound blue heavens scattered its white light;
and your shadow,
fine and languid,
and my shadow ...

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Chrysalises

The little girl, though very ill,
Went out one morning
To wander, with faltering footsteps,
The nearby hill.
She brought back mountain flowers
In which she hid
A chrysalis and, unknowing, set it
Close beside her bed.

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