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Descripción de "Incomprensión" by amado Nervo

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Alberto Pons

Walter lo tuyo es pura pasión por lo que haces, abrazos amigo y a seguir luchando

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Judithuti Cardenal

Maravilloso, Amado Nervo.

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jose

Ya pensaba q os habíais ido de vacaciones :) me alegra q sigáis por ahí, así sea parcialmente incomprendidos. Que cobarde soy a veces apelando a la cosecha del saber, cuando la mejor de las cosechas sueña con lo emocional y sufre ante lo limitado de nuestros sentidos q tratan de entender lo ajeno con la torpeza q demuestra la simple lógica racional en estos asuntos. Me pregunto humildemente desde mi imperfecta condición humana si los animales con sentidos más desarrollados y menos "contaminados" por lo racional nos comprenden mejor q nosotros mismos. Un abrazo

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Olga Paraíso

No sabes cuantas poesías leí de niña de Amado Nervo 💝

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