Pedro Salinas y Serrano
Pedro Salinas y Serrano (27 November 1891, Madrid – 4 December 1951, Boston) was a Spanish poet and member of the Generation of '27. He was also a scholar and critic of Spanish literature, teaching at universities in Spain, England, and the United States.
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Pedro Salinas y Serrano Poems
No, no me basta, no. Ni ese azul en delirio celeste sobre mí, cúspide de lo azul.
First I forgot you in your voice. If you were talking to me now, here by my side, I would ask, “Who’s there?”
Wake up. Day calls you
Wake up. Day calls you to your life: your duty. And to live, nothing more. Root it out of the glum
Maybe it is because of the fog that I caress you, because all around me are fog,
Two twenty-five. Yes. But not here, no. On what day would it be that particular two twenty-five, in what world could it be
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No, no me basta, no.
Ni ese azul en delirio
celeste sobre mí,
cúspide de lo azul.
Ni esa reiteración
cantante de la ola,
síes, síes sin fin.
Ni tantos irisados
primeros de las nubes
—ópalo, blanco y rosa—,
tan cansadas de cielo
que duermen en las conchas.
No, no me bastan, no.
Colmo, tensión extrema,
suma de la belleza
el mundo, ya no más.
Y yo más.
Más azul que el azul
alto. Más afirmar
amor, querer, que el sí
y el sí y el sí.
La tarde, ya en el límite
de dar, de ser,
agota sus ...