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Andalusian Poems - Poems about Andalusian

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Premium Member Andalusian Patios
... Flowered patios, admired for their charm, Andalusian patios lovingly cared for. As new-born babies that Andalusian women take care of with gentleness, dedicating their time with......Read the rest...
Categories: andalusian, allegory, allusion, baby, blessing,
Form: Free verse



Arabic Andalusian poem
...Arabic Andalusian poem How delicious it is waking up from slumber as the heat slips away and listen to the sweet sound of the water in the garden's fountain Jamil Osman Hassan ......Read the rest...
Categories: andalusian, age, anti bullying, creation,
Form: Blank verse
Andalusian Arabic poem
...Arabic/Andalusian  I sit on my veranda the breeze is as soft as a child's good night kiss the town is well-lit but moonlight is better I think of Andalusian Arabic poems I tried to transl......Read the rest...
Categories: andalusian, age, april, arabic, beautiful,
Form: Blank verse
An Andalusian Song
...Below the wrought iron veranda, a guitar translated the dark. Orchids unrolled their purple tongues to arbor the moon. We had quarreled earlier, now I lowered my head in your lap. Someone w......Read the rest...
Categories: andalusian, poetry,
Form: Free verse
Lorca Translations Iii
...Lorca Translations III Federico Garcia Lorca (1898-1936) was a Spanish poet, playwright and theater director. He was assassinated by Nationalist forces at the beginning of the Spanish Civil War an......Read the rest...
Categories: andalusian, bird, dark, death, light,
Form: Free verse



Lorca Translations Ii
...Lorca Translations II Canción del jinete (“Song of the Rider”) by Federico Garcia Lorca translation by Michael R. Burch Cordoba. Distant and lone. Black pony, big moon, olives in my saddleb......Read the rest...
Categories: andalusian, death, love, moon, spanish,
Form: Free verse
Flamenco Summer
...We are saccharine caramel clad morsels welded by the tectonic might of the Earth’s downtrodden salt, seared in union with the bucolic bread of Bethlehem We are verdant jars our curvaceous ......Read the rest...
Categories: andalusian, dance, god, guitar, jesus,
Form: Free verse
An Andalusian Song
...It was cooler on the veranda, below us, a Spanish guitar translated twilight words. Orchids unrolled their purple tongues for the moon to drink upon. We had quarreled earlier, now I lowered m......Read the rest...
Categories: andalusian, poetry,
Form: Free verse
Frivolity, Performance
...There’s an air of excitement Amongst most cultured of Spain Centred around a little hamlet On the Andalusian Plain. They are arriving by the plane load, Helicopter, and even limousine For the......Read the rest...
Categories: andalusian, art, culture, dance, humor,
Form: Rhyme
Softly He Sings
...It is cooler on the veranda. Below us a guitar translates the aroma of an Andalusian night. Orchids unroll their purple tongues in an arbor of moonlight. Starlight flickers in the eyes of sle......Read the rest...
Categories: andalusian, poetry,
Form: Free verse
A Last Sip of Her Wine
...A love story in an Andalusian grove that belongs now as a last look at a cat-scan. Beneath that olive bower, she sips a glass of La Rioja Alta. He looks at the scan. He keeps lookin......Read the rest...
Categories: andalusian, poetry,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member La Saeta
...La Saeta Dijo una voz popular: “¿Quién me presta una escalera, para subir al madero para quitarle los clavos a Jesús el Nazareno?” ¡Oh la saeta, el cantar al Cristo de los gitanos, siem......Read the rest...
Categories: andalusian, faith,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member People of the Horse
...Came from the North displaced by the cold winters, They migrated to America these creatures Natives saw the horse differently from the Spanish As a gift to their People Respected godlike before ......Read the rest...
Categories: andalusian, animal, blessing, horse,
Form: Narrative
Andalusian Song
...It was cooler on the veranda. Below us a guitar translated the dark. Orchids unrolled their purple tongues to arbor moonlight. We had quarreled earlier, now I lowered my head in your lap. Someo......Read the rest...
Categories: andalusian, poetry,
Form: Free verse
Fly In the Soup
...Listen, can you hear it your taste buds losing interest? A buzzing in the air black-winged hoverers flit and fly across the kitchenette drawn in by the smell of tantalizing flavors. ......Read the rest...
Categories: andalusian, angst, sorry,
Form: Blank verse

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