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Romance De La Luna, Luna de Federico Garcia Lorca.

La luna vino a la fragua con su polisón de nardos. El niño la mira mira. El niño la está mirando. En el aire conmovido mueve la luna sus brazos y enseña, lúbrica y pura, sus senos de duro estaño. Huye luna, luna, luna. Si vinieran los gitanos, harían con tu corazón collares y anillos blancos. Niño déjame que baile. Cuando vengan los gitanos, te encontrarán sobre el yunque con los ojillos cerrados....

Poema "La maestra" de Hector Gagliardi

Tan buena como mi madrey como ella nerviosa,de las que agrandan las cosasy que de nada se quejan.Tenía entre ceja y cejaesa cuestión del aseoy en lo mejor del recreorevisaba las orejas.Decía que un pajaritoal oído le nombrabalos niños que conversabancuando salía un ratito.Y si un grandote de quintoarmaba la tremolinaParecía una gallinacuando tiene a sus pollitos.Nos tomaba la lecciónsiempre por or...

Japanese Literature about Gender: Torikaebaya Monogatari (とりかへばや物語)

About a year ago I started to read some of the classic Japanese literature, and that's how I learned about the story of Torikaebaya Monogatari. It´s very difficult to find Japanese classical literature in Spanish, and the majority in English are not the exact translation. Also, it´s almost impossible to get them in books in Argentina because the poor economy, so yeah I have many problems to read J...

sleeping in reality

It was late at night and I was having supper with my mum, but that day she looked somewhat strange.I couldn't tell exactly what was happening with her, but she looked somewhat lost in her thoughts and she acted very cold towards me; she didn't even talk at all to me! So I thought that maybe she was worried about something, but I didn´t give much importance to it.After supper, I did my homework and...

~Reading Guide~

Seeing what you read:Why do some people get so much enjoyment from reading, while others get so little?Those who enjoy stories and poems and plays are able to translate black words on a page into colourful scenes in the mind´s eye. Reading requires imagination. To increase your preasure in reading, picture what is being described. Almost every detail the author mentions is intended to help your pi...