Garcilaso de la Vega

(1503-1536 / Spain)

Soneto III

La mar en medio y tierras he dejado
de cuanto bien, cuitado, yo tenía;
y yéndome alejando cada día,
gentes, costumbres, lenguas he pasado.

Ya de volver estoy desconfiado;
pienso remedios en mi fantasía,
y el que más cierto espero es aquel día
que acabará la vida y el cuidado.

De cualquier mal pudiera socorrerme
con veros yo, señora, o esperallo,
si esperallo pudiera sin perdello;

mas de no veros ya para valerme,
si no es morir, ningún remedio hallo,
y si éste lo es, tampoco podré habello.

Submitted: Thursday, September 02, 2010

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