Selected Poems of Luis de Gongora: A Bilingual Edition by Luis de Gongora

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Muriera él acá en Paris a do tiene su sepulcro, [ 18 ] 6. [Belerma] Ten years Belerma lived with the dead heart that half-baked Frenchman left her in his will. She was quite happy with it, though I’ve heard a rumor she’d have been happier still with three thousand a year. Doña Alda came to see her, Count Rudolph’s widow— that was a count in Normandy for as long as God willed it. Finding her very sad on a mound of black cushions, with eyes that were truly like Neptune’s urinals, Doña Alda laughed most deliberately at such incontinent grief over a dead heart wrapped in a dirty cloth, and said: “Belerma, my dear, put an end to this foolish flood; it can only destroy your youth and drown all your pleasures.

Among the riderless horses] Among the riderless horses of the scattered Berber troop that were seeking about the field green grass in all that blood, the Spanish knight from Oran chooses one riderless steed, [ 37 ] por sus relinchos lozano, y por sus cernejas fuerte, para que lo lleve a él, y a un moro captivo lleve, un moro que ha captivado, capitán de cien jinetes. En el ligero caballo suben ambos, y él parece, de cuatro espuelas herido, que cuatro alas lo mueven. Triste camina el alarbe, y, lo más bajo que puede, ardientes suspiros lanza, y amargas lágrimas vierte.

Que se nos va la pascua, mozas, que se nos va la pascua! Yo sé de una buena vieja que fue en un tiempo rubia y zarca, y que al presente le cuesta [ 26 ] 8. [The party’s over] The party’s ending, girls, the party’s over! Hey there, you girls of my parish with your wild airs and your flaunting, watch out, you’ll be deceived by time, by age and over-confidence. Don’t let yourselves be flattered by the magic charms of youth because from fading flowers Time weaves the funeral wreath. The party’s ending, girls, the party’s over!

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