Border of a Dream: Selected Poems of Antonio Machado (Spanish Edition)

BOOK: Border of a Dream: Selected Poems of Antonio Machado (Spanish Edition)
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for my son Tony
named for Spain’s nightingale
don Antonio
C
ONTENTS

S
OLITUDES
, G
ALLERIES AND
O
THER
P
OEMS
(1899–1907)

  1. The Voyager
    (
    Spanish
    )
  2. “I have walked many roads”
    (
    Spanish
    )
  3. “The plaza and the burning orange trees”
    (
    Spanish
    )
  4. On the Burial of a Friend
    (
    Spanish
    )
  5. Childhood Memory
    (
    Spanish
    )
  6. “It was a bright afternoon”
    (
    Spanish
    )
  7. “The languid lemon tree”
    (
    Spanish
    )
  8. Shores of the Duero
    (
    Spanish
    )
  9. “A labyrinth of narrow streets”
    (
    Spanish
    )
  10. “I go dreaming along roads”
    (
    Spanish
    )
  11. Cante hondo
    (
    Spanish
    )
  12. “The street in shadow”
    (
    Spanish
    )
  13. “You slip away”
    (
    Spanish
    )
  14. Horizon
    (
    Spanish
    )
  1. “The clock was striking twelve”
    (
    Spanish
    )
  2. “Over the bitter land”
    (
    Spanish
    )
  3. “The sun is a globe of fire”
    (
    Spanish
    )
  4. “O figures in the courtyard”
    (
    Spanish
    )
  5. “A few canvases of memory”
    (
    Spanish
    )
  6. “Moss is growing in the shadowy plaza”
    (
    Spanish
    )
  7. “The fire coals of a violet twilight”
    (
    Spanish
    )
  8. “My love? Tell me, do you remember”
    (
    Spanish
    )
  9. “One day we sat down by the road”
    (
    Spanish
    )
  10. “A young face one day appears”
    (
    Spanish
    )
  1. “The corroded and greenish hull”
    (
    Spanish
    )
  2. “The dream below the sun”
    (
    Spanish
    )
  1. The Waterwheel
    (
    Spanish
    )
  2. The Gallows
    (
    Spanish
    )
  3. Flies
    (
    Spanish
    )
  4. Elegy for a Madrigal
    (
    Spanish
    )
  5. Garden
    (
    Spanish
    )
  6. Bad Dreams
    (
    Spanish
    )
  7. Tedium
    (
    Spanish
    )
  8. “The clock was clanging one”
    (
    Spanish
    )
  9. Advice
    (
    Spanish
    )
  10. Gloss
    (
    Spanish
    )
  11. “Last night while I was sleeping”
    (
    Spanish
    )
  12. “Has my heart gone to sleep?”
    (
    Spanish
    )
  1. “The torn cloud, the rainbow”
    (
    Spanish
    )
  2. “And he was the demon of my dream”
    (
    Spanish
    )
  3. “From the doorsill of a dream”
    (
    Spanish
    )
  4. “Those children in a row”
    (
    Spanish
    )
  5. “Stained by earlier days”
    (
    Spanish
    )
  6. “The house I loved”
    (
    Spanish
    )
  7. “Before the pale canvas of the afternoon”
    (
    Spanish
    )
  8. “Tranquil afternoon, almost”
    (
    Spanish
    )
  9. “Like Anakreon”
    (
    Spanish
    )
  10. “O luminous afternoon!”
    (
    Spanish
    )
  11. “It is an ashen and shabby evening”
    (
    Spanish
    )
  12. “Will the spellbound world die with you”
    (
    Spanish
    )
  13. “Naked is the earth”
    (
    Spanish
    )
  14. Field
    (
    Spanish
    )
  15. To an Old and Distinguished Gentleman
    (
    Spanish
    )
  16. “Yesterday my sorrows”
    (
    Spanish
    )
  17. “Perhaps the hand in dreaming”
    (
    Spanish
    )
  18. “You will know yourself”
    (
    Spanish
    )
  19. “Below the laurel tree”
    (
    Spanish
    )
  1. “Over coarse stone in the middle of the square”
    (
    Spanish
    )
  2. Winter Sun
    (
    Spanish
    )

F
IELDS OF
C
ASTILLA
(1907–1917)

  1. Portrait
    (
    Spanish
    )
  2. On the Banks of the Duero
    (
    Spanish
    )
  3. In Spanish Lands
    (
    Spanish
    )
  4. “The poorhouse”
    (
    Spanish
    )
  5. “Guadarrama, is it you, old friend?”
    (
    Spanish
    )
  6. “The thousand waters of April”
    (
    Spanish
    )
  7. A Madman
    (
    Spanish
    )
  8. Autumn Dawning
    (
    Spanish
    )
  9. The Train
    (
    Spanish
    )
  10. Summer Night
    (
    Spanish
    )
  11. Fields of Soria
    (
    Spanish
    )
  12. The Land of Alvargonzález
    (
    Spanish
    )
  13. To a Dry Elm
    (
    Spanish
    )
  14. Roads
    (
    Spanish
    )
  15. “Lord, now what I loved most you tore from me”
    (
    Spanish
    )
  16. “Hope says”
    (
    Spanish
    )
  17. “There in the highlands”
    (
    Spanish
    )
  18. “I dreamt you were guiding me”
    (
    Spanish
    )
  19. “One summer night”
    (
    Spanish
    )
  20. “As snow was melting”
    (
    Spanish
    )
  21. “Here in the fields of my homeland”
    (
    Spanish
    )
  22. To José María Palacio
    (
    Spanish
    )
  23. Another Trip
    (
    Spanish
    )
  24. Poem About a Day
    (
    Spanish
    )
  25. November 1913
    (
    Spanish
    )
  26. Out of the Ephemeral Past
    (
    Spanish
    )
  27. Lament for His Virtues and Verses on the Death of Don Guido
    (
    Spanish
    )
  28. Proverbs and Songs
    (
    Spanish
    )
  29. Parables
    (
    Spanish
    )
  30. My Clown
    (
    Spanish
    )
  1. To Don Francisco Giner de los Ríos
    (
    Spanish
    )
  2. A Young Spain
    (
    Spanish
    )
  3. My Poets
    (
    Spanish
    )

N
EW
S
ONGS
(1917-1930)

  1. Notes
    (
    Spanish
    )
  2. Toward the Lowlands
    (
    Spanish
    )
  3. Galleries
    (
    Spanish
    )
  4. Highland Songs
    (
    Spanish
    )
  5. Songs
    (
    Spanish
    )
  6. Songs of the Upper Duero
    (
    Spanish
    )
  7. Proverbs and Songs
    (
    Spanish
    )
  8. Parergon
    (
    Spanish
    )
  9. Glossing Ronsard and Other Rhymes
    (
    Spanish
    )
  10. Sonnets
    (
    Spanish
    )
  11. Old Songs
    (
    Spanish
    )
  1. My eyes in the mirror
    (
    Spanish
    )
  2. Primaveral
    (
    Spanish
    )
  3. Rose of Fire
    (
    Spanish
    )
  4. From
    Advices, Verses, Notes
    (
    Spanish
    )
  5. “In dreams he saw himself”
    (
    Spanish
    )
  6. “Let us be confident”
    (
    Spanish
    )
  7. To the Great Zero
    (
    Spanish
    )
  1. Abel Martín’s Last Lamentations
    (
    Spanish
    )
  2. Siesta
    (
    Spanish
    )
  3. In the Manner of Juan de Mairena
    (
    Spanish
    )
  4. Songs to Guiomar
    (
    Spanish
    )
  5. Other Songs to Guiomar
    (
    Spanish
    )
  1. Notes and Songs
    (
    Spanish
    )
  2. Sierra Note
    (
    Spanish
    )
  3. Notes, Parables, Proverbs and Songs
    (
    Spanish
    )
  4. Three Songs Sent to Unamuno in 1913
    (
    Spanish
    )
  5. Dawn Songs
    (
    Spanish
    )
  6. Autumn
    (
    Spanish
    )
  1. Twelve Poets Who Might Have Existed
    (
    Spanish
    )
  2. Goodbye
    (
    Spanish
    )
  3. Sonnet
    (
    Spanish
    )

P
OEMS OF THE
W
AR
(1936-1939)

  1. Spring
    (
    Spanish
    )
  2. The Poet Recalls the Lands of Soria
    (
    Spanish
    )
  3. Dawning in Valencia
    (
    Spanish
    )
  4. The Death of the Wounded Child
    (
    Spanish
    )
  5. “From sea to sea between us is the war”
    (
    Spanish
    )
  6. “Again our yesterday”
    (
    Spanish
    )
  7. Song
    (
    Spanish
    )
  8. The Crime Was in Granada
    (
    Spanish
    )
  9. Today’s Meditation
    (
    Spanish
    )
  10. “I will give you my song”
    (
    Spanish
    )
  11. Songs
    (
    Spanish
    )
  12. “These blue days”
    (
    Spanish
    )
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