Derek WALCOTT,  María Elena WALSH  , Walt WHITMAN - WILLIAMS, William Carlos - Oscar WILDE -William WORDSWORTH

Derek (Alton) WALCOTT (Castries en Santa Lucía, una de las Islas de Barlovento en las Antillas, 1930)


Varios poemas


Midsummer, Tobago


A City's Death by Fire


María Elena WALSH  (Ramos Mejía, 1930)


Walt WHITMAN (1819-1992)



Aboard at a Ship’s Helm

A Boston Ballad, 1854

A Broadway Pageant

A Carol of Harvest for 1867

A Child’s Amaze

A Clear Midnight

Adieu to a Soldier

A Farm-Picture

After the Sea-Ship

Ages and Ages, Returning at Intervals

A Glimpse

A Hand-Mirror

Ah Poverties, Wincings and Sulky Retreats

A Leaf for Hand in Hand

All is Truth

An Army Corps on the March

A Noiseless Patient Spider

An Old Man’s Thought of School

A March in the Ranks, Hard-prest

American Feuillage

Among the Multitude

A Paumanok Picture


A Promise to California

Are You the New person, drawn toward Me?

A Riddle Song

Artilleryman’s Vision, The

As Adam, Early in the Morning

As a Strong Bird on Pinions Free

As At Thy Portals Also Death

As Consequent, Etc.

Ashes of Soldiers

As if a Phantom Caress’d Me

A Sight in Camp

As I lay with Head in your Lap, Camerado

As I Ponder’d in Silence

As I Sat Alone by Blue Ontario’s Shores

As I Walk These Broad, Majestic Days

As I Watch’d the Ploughman Ploughing

A Song


As the Time Draws Nigh

As Toilsome I Wander’d

A Woman Waits for Me


Base of all Metaphysics, The

Bathed in War’s Perfume

Beat! Beat! Drums!

Beautiful Women


Beginning my Studies


Behold this Swarthy Face

Bivouac on a Mountain Side

Brother of All, with Generous Hand

By Broad Potomac’s Shore

By the Bivouac’s Fitful Flame


Camps of Green

Carol of Occupations

Carol of Words

Cavalry Crossing a Ford

Centenarian’s Story, The

Chanting the Square Deific

City Dead-House, The

City of Orgies

City of Ships

Come up from the Fields, Father

Crossing Brooklyn Ferry


Dalliance of the Eagles, The

Darest Thou Now, O Soul


Delicate Cluster

Despairing Cries

Dirge for Two Veterans

Dresser, The



Earth! my Likeness!!


Elemental Drifts

Ethiopia Saluting the Colors

Europe, the 72d and 73d years of These States




Facing West from California’s Shores

Fast Anchor’d, Eternal, O Love

For Him I Sing

France, the 18th year of These States

From Far Dakota’s Cañons

From My Last Years

From Paumanok Starting

From Pent-up Aching Rivers

Full of Life, Now



Give me the Splendid, Silent Sun

Gliding Over All


Great are the Myths


Hast Never Come to Thee an Hour

Here, Sailor

Here the Frailest Leaves of Me

Hours Continuing Long

How Solemn as One by One

Hush’d be the Camps To-day


I am He that Aches with Love

I Dream’d in a Dream

I Hear America Singing

I Heard You, Solemn-sweet Pipes of the Organ

I hear it was Charged against Me

In Cabin’d Ships at Sea

Indications, The

In Former Songs

In Midnight Sleep

In Paths Untrodden


In the New Garden in all the Parts

I saw in Louisiana a Live Oak Growing

I saw Old General at Bay

I Sing the Body Electric

I Sit and Look Out

Italian Music in Dakota

I Thought I was not Alone

I was Looking a Long While

I will Take an Egg Out of the Robin’s Nest


Joy, Shipmate, Joy!




Last Invocation, The

Laws for Creations


Locations and Times

Longings for Home

Long I Thought that Knowledge

Long, too Long, O Land!

Look Down, Fair Moon

Lo! Victress on the Peaks



Manhattan Streets I Saunter’d, Pondering


Me Imperturbe


Mother and Babe

My Picture-Gallery

Myself and Mine

Mystic Trumpeter, The


Native Moments

Night on The Prairies

No Labor-Saving Machine

Not Heaving from My Ribb’d Breast Only

Not Heat Flames up and Consumes

Not My Enemies Ever Invade Me

Not the Pilot

Not Youth Pertains to Me

Now Finale to the Shore

Now List to my Morning’s Romanza


O Bitter Sprig! Confession Sprig!

O Captain! My Captain!


Of Him I Love Day and Night

Of the Terrible Doubt of Appearances

Of the Visage of Things

O Hymen! O Hymenee!

Old Ireland

O Living Always—Always Dying

O Me! O Life!

Once I Pass’d Through a Populous City

One Hour to Madness and Joy

One Song, America, Before I Go

One’s-Self I Sing

One Sweeps By

On Journeys Through The States

On the Beach at Night

On the Beach at Night, Alone

Or from that Sea of Time

O Star of France

O Sun of Real Peace

O Tan-faced Prairie Boy

Others may Praise what They Like

Out from Behind this Mask

Out of the Cradle Endlessly Rocking

Out of the Rolling Ocean, the Crowd

Over the Carnage

Ox Tamer, The

O You Whom I Often and Silently Come


Passage to India

Patroling Barnegat

Pensive and Faltering

Pensive on Her Dead Gazing, I Heard the Mother of All


Pioneers! O Pioneers!

Poem of Joys

Poem of Remembrance for a Girl or a Boy

Poets to Come


Prairie-Grass Dividing, The

Prairie States, The

Prayer of Columbus

Primeval my Love for the Woman I Love

Proud Music of The Storm


Quicksand Years


Race of Veterans


Recorders Ages Hence


Rise, O Days

Roaming in Thought

Roots and Leaves Themselves Alone

Runner, The


Salut au Monde



Scented Herbage of My Breast

Ship Starting, The

Shut Not Your Doors, &c.

Singer in the Prison, The

Sing of the Banner at Day-Break

Sleepers, The

Sobbing of The Bells, The

So Far and So Far, and on Toward the End

Solid, Ironical, Rolling Orb

So Long

Sometimes with One I Love

Song at Sunset

Song for All Seas, All Ships

Song of the Broad-Axe

Song of the Exposition

Song of the Open Road

Song of the Redwood-Tree

Song of the Universal

Souvenirs of Democracy

Spain 1873–’74

Sparkles from The Wheel

Spirit That Form’d This Scene

Spirit whose Work is Done

Spontaneous Me

Starting from Paumanok


Still, though the One I Sing




That Shadow, my Likeness

That Music Always Round Me

There was a Child went Forth

These Carols

These, I, Singing in Spring

Thick-Sprinkled Bunting

Think of the Soul

This Compost

This Day, O Soul

This Dust was Once the Man

This Moment, Yearning and Thoughtful











Thou Orb Aloft Full-Dazzling

Thou Reader

To a Certain Cantatrice

To a Certain Civilian

To a Common Prostitute

To a foil’d European Revolutionaire

To a Historian

To a Locomotive in Winter

To a President

To a Pupil

To a Stranger

To a Western Boy

To Foreign Lands

To Him that was Crucified

To Old Age

To One Shortly to Die

To Oratists

Torch, The

To Rich Givers

To the East and to the West

To Thee, Old Cause!

To the Garden the World

To the Leaven’d Soil They Trod

To the Man-of-War-Bird

To the Reader at Parting

To The States

To Think of Time

To You

To You

To You

Trickle, Drops

Turn, O Libertad

Two Rivulets


Unfolded Out of the Folds

Unnamed Lands

Untold Want, The


Vigil Strange I Kept on the Field

Virginia—The West




Walt Whitman

Walt Whitman’s Caution

Wandering at Morn

Warble for Lilac-Time

Weave in, Weave in, My Hardy Life

We Two Boys Together Clinging

We Two—How Long We were Fool’d

What am I, After All?

What Best I See In Thee

What General has a Good Army

What Place is Besieged?

What think You I take my Pen in Hand?

What Weeping Face

When I heard at the Close of the Day

When I heard the Learn’d Astronomer

When I peruse the Conquer’d Fame

When I read the Book

When Lilacs Last in the Door-yard Bloom’d

Whispers of Heavenly Death

Whoever You are, Holding Me now in Hand

Who is now Reading This?

Who Learns My Lesson Complete?

With All Thy Gifts

With Antecedents

World Below the Brine, The

World, Take Good Notice


Year of Meteors, 1859 ’60

Years of the Modern

Year that Trembled

Yet, Yet, Ye Downcast Hours

You Felons on Trial in Courts

«Canto de mí mismo»

«Oh capitán, mi capitán»

«A ti»

«Canto a mí mismo»  

(con traducción y prólogo de León Felipe)

Soneto de Rubén Darío («Walt Whitman»)



«De J. Luis Borges a W. Whitman»


Oscar WILDE 81854-1900)

  Charmides and Other Poems, Sonnets, Poems

Selected Poems

Amor Intellectualis



At Verona

Ave Imperatrix

Ave Maria plena Gratia

A Vision

Ballade de Marguerite

Burden of Itys, The

By the Arno




Dole of the King’s Daughter, The

Easter Day


E Tenebris

Fabien dei Franchi

Garden of Eros, The

Grave of Keats, The

Grave of Shelley, The


Henrietta Maria

Her Voice


Impression du Matin

Impression du Voyage

Impression: Le Reveillon

In the Gold Room: a Harmony


La Bella Donna della mia Mente

La Fuite de la Lune

Les Silhouettes

Libertatis Sacra Fames

Louis Napoleon

Madonna Mia

Magdalen Walks

My Voice

New Helen, The




Quantum Mutata

Quia Multum amavi


Rome Unvisited

San Miniato

Santa Decca


Silentium Amoris

Sonnet on approaching Italy

Sonnet on hearing the Dies Iræ sung in the Sistine Chapel

Sonnet on the Massacre of the Christians in Bulgaria

Sonnet to Liberty

Sonnet written in Holy Week at Genoa
Tædium Vitæ

Theocritus: a Villanelle


To Milton
Urbs Sacra Æterna
Vita Nuova

William Carlos WILLIAMS (Rutherford, New Jersey, 1883-1963)



Danse Russe

Dawn (con tr. al español)
from "Asphodel, That Greeny Flower"

Landscape With The Fall of Icarus

Sour Grapes

Spring and All
The Desolate Field
The Red Wheelbarrow

The Rose is Obsolete
This Is Just To Say
To a Poor Old Woman
To Elsie 

To Wake an Old Lady



Una mujer negra

William WORDSWORTH (1770-1850)

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