„Life is a wounded stag in whom the fast-stuck arrows function as wings.“

La vida es ciervo herido,
que las flechas le dan alas.
"¡Oh cuán bien que acusa Alcino!", line 23; cited from Poesias de D. Luis de Gongora y Argote (Madrid: Imprenta Nacional, 1820) p. 74. Translation from Ronald M. Macandrew Naturalism in Spanish Poetry from the Origins to 1900 (Aberdeen: Milne and Hutchinson, 1931) p. 75.

Original

La vida es ciervo herido que las flechas le dan alas.

Del romance “Oh cuan bien que acusa Alcino”.
Variante: La vida es ciervo herido,
que las flechas le dan alas.
Fuente: [Góngora] (1981), p. 87.

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