Miguel de Unamuno

(1864-1936 / Spain)

De Vuelta a Casa


Desde mi cielo a despedirme llegas
fino orvallo que lentamente bañas
los robledos que visten las montañas
de mi tierra, y los maíces de sus vegas.

Compadeciendo mi secura, riegas
montes y valles, los de mis entrañas,
y con tu bruma el horizonte empañas
de mi sino, y así en la fe me anegas.

Madre Vizcaya, voy desde tus brazos
verdes, jugosos, a Castilla enjuta,
donde fieles me aguardan los abrazos

de costumbre, que el hombre no disfruta
de libertad si no es preso en los lazos
de amor, compañero de la ruta.

Submitted: Wednesday, April 07, 2010

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