(Note: READ the poem FIRST, before this commentary.) Delmira Agustini ( – ) She was a rising poet in Uruguay, known for original imagery while. Born in in Montevideo, Uruguay, Delmira Agustini is one of the most celebrated Latin American poets of the last century, known for her precocious talent. Transcript of Explosion Delmira Agustini. Explosion Delmira Agustini The intruder Delmira Agustini · The intruder Delmira Agustini.

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She was found dead with him the next morning in a short-time hotel in Montevideo, the victim of a murder-suicide.

She is a grief which thrives and does not hope, She is a gray aurora rising From the shadowy bed of night, Exhausted, without splendor, without anxiousness. Selene mira del azul. This volume confirms the eminence of the poet and contributes to her recent inclusion into the literary canon in which Delmira Agustini stands out as one of the most extraordinary voices of Latin American modern literature.

Explosión (Explosion) – Poem by Delmira Agustini

We love each other like this! Even the silence, quiets. English Their idyll was a smile of four lips Las cuerdas de las liras son fibras de las almas.

Delmira Augustini is considered to be the first major woman poet in Latin America. In the crystal clear East, Aurora’s Blushed beacon shines.

From a distance, At dawn, some bright petal came to me, Some kiss in the night. Another lineage Eros, I want to guide you, blind Father Insane ones who die kissing her image in lakes… Because she is light of delmmira, because white things Illuminate her mysterious light, things taking on white, And even the blackest souls become uncertainly bright. Earlier that year, Agustini had published her third poetic work, Los www.


Delmira Agustini – poems

Del,ira these reviews critics continued to refer to Agustini using metaphors related to virginity and inspiration, an image that Agustini herself assumed and cultivated in accordance with the modernista rhetoric and the restricted roles imposed on the women of the age. And a commentary on the dark side of the passion.

Because you know it all, Because I dream it all Upon the rock, Tenacious a madwoman, I clung to my work. An arm of alabaster Poetics of Eros is a response to a resurgent interest not just in the poems but in the passionate and daring woman behind them and the social and political world she inhabited.

Project MUSE – Selected Poetry of Delmira Agustini

Rich with exotic and erotic imagery, the poems populate an intangible atmosphere vibrant with color and mythological symbols. Silvia Molloy comments on the deliberate infantilism that Agustini used as a protective mask. In her poetry, she contradicted the classic roles that women played and was a strong feminist. And her songs are like dolorous fairies Jeweled in teardrops Ya tiende La vela azul a Eolo su oriflama de raso With Ugarte, Agustini zgustini maintained an intense epistolary romance.


Explosión (Explosion) Poem by Delmira Agustini – Poem Hunter

The two poems also had some aspirations for love and how she wishes someone would just take her away and love her. This mechanism of textualization, that is, the conversion of the female writer into a dekmira object, haunted Agustini throughout her career and continued even after her tragic death.

And her songs are like dolorous fairies Jeweled in teardrops Estrecha vivo, radiante El Imposible! Delmira Agustini was born in Montevideo, Uruguay, in to wealthy parents of German and Italian descent. The poems come from a poetry collection accumulated over a life-time of marveling at the sometimes-madness-sometimes-misery of being in love but always always in awe of the mystery and hope, whether as the pursuer or the pursued.

Selected Poetry of Delmira Agustini: Every word counts, and each sparkles with so many facets. Selected Poetry of Delmira Agustini: Delmira Agustini – On this resplendent night Her pearled voice quiets a fountain. The hours fluttered away like petals of gold, Then Fate interposed its two icy hands Since poets may be represented more than once, photos and biographical information will be only with the first posting of a poem by each.