(Tepic, Mexico, August 27, 1870 – Montevideo, Uruguay, May 24, 1919)
In his youth he suffered two losses that marked his life and his poetry: the death of his father, when he was barely a teenager, and that of his brother Juan, a few years later.
He did his first studies inMichoacan, and then inZamora, where it startedscience, philosophyand the first year oflaws, but he had to leave in 1891 due to the family's financial difficulties. Later he worked onTepicyMazatlan, doing work in a lawyer's office and submitting articles to newspapers.
It was after moving toMexico, in 1894, when he began to demonstrate his literary and poetic gifts. He collaborated with theBlue Magazineand associated with writers such asLuis G. Urbina,Ruben Darioojose santos chocano, at the same time that he continued writing for newspapers such asThe universaloThe world. As a result of his work in the latter, he managed the direction of a supplement of the same calledthe comic worldwhich later functioned independently. In addition, at the end of the century he founded and co-directed withJesus Valenzuelathemodern magazine.
It was then that he began to stand out as a writer and poet. In 1892 he had published his novelPascual Aguilera, but this one went unnoticed, unlikeThe bachiller(1895), which aroused the interest of critics and made him famous in his country. In 1898, moreover, the first two books of his poetry appeared,black pearlsyMysticism, which was followed by his third and also successful novelthe soul giver(1899).
In 1900 he moved to Paris as a correspondent forThe Impartial, a circumstance that allowed him to relate to several European authors, among them,Oscar Wilde, and travel through different countries of the continent. In addition, he met the woman who was his great love,Ana Cecilia Luisa Dailliez, in August1901, with whom he stayed until, the following year, he had to return to Mexico. In 1904 the two were able to meet, as Ana moved with him. These circumstances would serve as inspiration for her following works of poetry:poems(1901),The exodus and the flowers of the road(1902),The heroic lyre(1902) yThe voices(1904). The couple, however, did not stay there for long, as Amado was appointed diplomat and they both returned to Europe.
From then on the theme of his works changes, making clear his constant search for God. So it is withthe inner gardens(1905),Quietly(1909),Serenity(1914),Elevation(1917) yFullness(1918). This becomes even more evident after the next great tragedy of his life: the death of Ana Cecilia in 1912 after falling ill with typhoid. To her he will dedicate the poems ofThe immobile beloved, which were published after Nervo's death.
After the took placeMexican Revolutionreturned to his country. Meanwhile, he temporarily lost his diplomatic post, but was later reappointed to the post. Thus, as such, he was in Argentina and later, Uruguay, where he became seriously ill. He passed away in Montevideo at the age of 48.
Other works by Amado Nervo areIn peace(1915) ythe lotus pond(1919), in addition to the novelthe selfless devil(1916). It also has essays likeJoan of Asbaje(1910) omy philosophies(1912); in addition to tales, such asThey(1915) oFullness(1918). In all of them he continues to maintain the fundamental themes of his work: his personal experiences, the search for God (especially after the death of his beloved) or his interest in philosophical matters. poet and literary criticSarah Bollosaid of him: “Poet of silence, poet of intimate fervors, of lost love; eager to kiss the face of God and human chains hold him prostrate in the shadow; prophet of resigned serenity after the red day of anguish and scream; his muffled singer's epic of Christian sentiment in the profane days of art, written to the relief of his heart, has come down to us who reverently listen."
Your hair is black like the wing
of the mystery; as black as a gloomy
never, like a goodbye, like a "who knows!"
But there is something darker still: your eyes!
Your eyes are two thoughtful wizards,
two sphinxes sleeping in the shade,
two very beautiful enigmas... But there is something,
but there is something even more beautiful: your mouth.
Your mouth, oh yes! your mouth, divinely made
for love, for the warm
communion of love, your young mouth;
but there is something even better: your soul!
Your collected, silent soul,
of pities as deep as the sea,
of tenderness so deep...
But there is something
but there is something deeper still: your dream!
I DON'T KNOW WHO IT IS
Who is it? -I don't know: sometimes it crosses
along my path, like the fairy
of the dream: always alone...
always mute... always pale...
Your name? Do not know him.
Where does it come from? What march?
I ignore it! We meet,
He looks at me for a moment and passes:
Forever Alone...! Always sad...!
Always change...! Always pale!
Woman: I've had a lot
your image within the soul.
If the shadows that surround you,
if the mysteries that you keep
they must be impenetrable
everyone, shut up, shut up!
I only demand loves:
I don't ask you anything!
Do you seek rest and oblivion?
Me too. The world tires.
We'll go away, away
from the people, to a strange land;
and which birds that nest
in the lonely towers,
we will trust the shadow
our love and our longing...
BLACK PEARLS XII
bright spring sun,
to whose kiss, fresh and fresh,
the flower rises, the butterfly
Violate the bud, the bud bursts;
bright spring sun
I hate you! because you tear
the light mists that surround me
like curly silver crepe.
I like gray afternoons
the melancholy, the frost,
where the roses tremble with cold,
in which the moaning deers pass,
in which the birds, among the leaves,
the beak hide under the wing.
I like those shadows
indefinable from the bower,
under whose protection the sources run,
the gnomes appear, the leaves chatter...
bright spring sun,
Yield your glory, decline, pass:
leave the mists that surround me
like curly silver crepe.
Beautiful women with burning eyes,
of lively lips, of rosy complexion,
I hate you! your charms
They neither seduce me nor captivate me.
I like sad girls
I like pale girls
those with peaceful dark eyes
where perennial mystery radiates;
the ones with looks that caress me
under the eaves of the eyelashes...
More than roses, I love lilies
and the immaculate gardenias;
more than carnations of blood and fire,
The sensitive my sight enchants...
Beautiful women with burning eyes,
of lively lips, of rosy complexion:
pass in a vertiginous circle;
your charms do not take me away...
Vibrant hymns of victories,
triumphant notes, warlike marches,
I hate you! because when you hear
tremulous flee my white muses.
I like light notes...
the light notes... the languid notes,
the ones that look like deep sighs...
deep sighs of passing souls...
Chopin: delirium for your nocturnes;
Beethoven: I dream of your sonatas:
Weber: I love your Thought
Schubert: Your Serenade enraptures me.
Oh! How many times, under the empire
of your passionate music,
She tells me: Do you love me very much?
and I answer: With all my soul!
Vibrant hymns of victories,
triumphant notes, warlike marches:
whoop! because they flee when they hear you,
all tremulous, my white muses...
bright spring sun,
pretty women with rosy faces,
triumphant hymns...; leave me alone
with my dreams and my nostalgia!
Pale mists that surround me
like curly silver crepe,
vague gloom, sick girls
with dark eyes and a mother-of-pearl complexion,
sorrowful notes: come, I love you!
Come, I love you! Spread your wings!
HE KISSED ME A LOT
He kissed me a lot, as if he was afraid
leaving very early... His love was
I did not understand
so feverish haste my rude intention
never saw very far...
She sensed that the term was short,
that the sail wounded by the lash
of the wind, was already waiting..., and in his anxiety
He wanted to leave me his soul in each hug,
put in their kisses an eternity.
THE MOST NATURAL
You left me -as you were passing by-
the most immaterial that is your look.
I left you -as I was going so fast-
the most immaterial, which is my smile.
But between your look and my smiling
face remained floating the same dream.
THROUGH THAT DOOR
Through that door he fled saying: "never!"
That door has to return one day...
When closing that door I leave truncated
the golden thread of my hope.
That door has to return one day.
Every time the urge of the breeze,
like a weak indecisive hand,
lightly shakes the stained glass window,
beat faster, faster,
my cowardly heart that waits for her.
From my work table I see
the door that my cravings dream about
and lurks crouching my desire
in the trembling depths of my eyes.
How long, lonely, elusive,
I have to wait with an uncertain look
for God to return me compassionate
the woman who fled through that door?
When will those crystals tremble
pushed by their ducal hands,
and, with his kiss, he must reach them,
which comes to me on winter nights
the merciful kiss of a star?
Oh Lord, the pale one is already alert;
oh Lord, evening falls already on my way
and my dead hope freezes!
Oh Lord, make the door open at last
and enter through it my beloved!...
That door has to return one day!
If no one knows why we laugh
nor why we cry;
if nobody knows why we came
nor why we leave;
if in a sea of darkness we move,
if everything is night around and arcane,
at least, let's love!
Maybe it's not in vain!
When the speaker describes the “endless sky” and his love's “infinite eyes,” he suggests that their relationship achieved a cosmic level. Neruda also uses images of nature to illustrate the speaker's state of mind.What did Amado Nervo write about? ›
Nervo's introspective poetry, characterized by deep religious feeling and simple forms, reflects his struggle for self-understanding and inner peace in an uncertain world.How can you say that the poet has revealed his own self in the current poem? ›
1 Answer. The poet came to the realisation that he was unique among other people and was capable of thinking for himself. He was unaffected by the viewpoints of others and was able to form his own independent judgments.Why is Amado nervo famous? ›
Amado Nervo is considered one of Mexico's foremost poets of modernismo, the artistic and literary movement that emerged in Hispanic culture around the turn of the twentieth century. Although the author himself always preferred his prose, critics consider his poetry the superior part of his works.Can human eye see infinity? ›
Range of vision for a normal human eye is between its near point and far point i.e, from 25cm to infinity.Why is the far point of the eye infinite? ›
Without outside interference, light traveling from a far away object is identical to light traveling from a close object. Therefore the far point of the human eye isn't limited by distance, but by circumstances obscuring light beams from reaching us.Where is Amado nervo from? ›
Amado Nervo was born in Tepic, Nayarit in 1870. His father died when Nervo was 5 years old. Two more deaths were to mark his life: the suicide of his brother Luis, who was also a poet, and the death of his wife Ana Cecilia Luisa Dailliez, just 10 years after marriage.Was Amado Fuentes married? › What was Amado Carrillo Fuentes known for? ›
Amado Carrillo Fuentes (/fuˈɛntəs/; December 17, 1956 – July 4, 1997) was a Mexican drug lord who seized control of the Juárez Cartel after assassinating his boss Rafael Aguilar Guajardo.What does the collar symbolize? ›
A collar is a sign of a person's religious calling, and helps others in the community to identify them, regardless of their faith. Worn by priests around the world, the clerical collar is a narrow, stiff, and upright white collar that fastens at the back.
The theme of a poem is the message an author wants to communicate through the piece. The theme differs from the main idea because the main idea describes what the text is mostly about. Supporting details in a text can help lead a reader to the main idea.What is the difference between a poem and a poetry? ›
Poetry is a literary form, whereas a poem is a written piece of work. Poetry is an art form, whereas a poem is a composed work. He who composes poems occasionally cannot be called a poet but can be called a versifier. A poem is the fundamental unit of poetry.Is Amado a scientist? ›
Amado was originally introduced as the lead scientist of Kara, an evil group led by Isshiki Ohtsutsuki and working to resurrect the Ten Tails and make the Chakra Fruit bloom again, thus destroying Earth.Who is the cyborg Amado is making? ›
Scientific Ninja Tools
Amado modifying Kawaki into a cyborg.
How far can the human eye see in daylight? People with 20/20 vision can see a long way in daylight. People can see about three miles away before the horizon goes out of sight because of the curve of the Earth. However, humans can see buildings and stars that are much farther away than three miles.What percentage of the universe can we see with our eyes? ›
Too bad we can glimpse only about 0.0035 percent of the light in the universe with our naked eyes. Humans can perceive just a tiny sliver of the electromagnetic spectrum: wavelengths from about 380–750 nanometers. This is what we call the visible part of the electromagnetic spectrum.What is the furthest thing the human eye can see? ›
The farthest object in space that you can see with only your eyes in the night sky is the Andromeda Galaxy. It is a huge spiral galaxy, and it is the closest large galaxy to us outside of the Milky Way. However, it is so far away that is only appears as a faint cloud in the night sky.Why can the human eye only see 3 miles? ›
The Earth curves about 8 inches per mile. As a result, on a flat surface with your eyes 5 feet or so off the ground, the farthest edge that you can see is about 3 miles away.
The range of vision for a person is infinite. You can see for miles and miles. On a clear day, you can see for up to 3 miles before the horizon due to the curvature of the earth. Yet you can see skyscrapers in a further distance than 3 miles due to no horizon obstruction.Can the human eye see 10 miles? ›
It also depends on the amount of dust and pollution in the air, which usually limits normal vision to less than 12 miles. However, in 1941 a vision scientist, Selig Hecht, worked out that, with a clear, unobstructed view, the human eye could see a candle light flickering about 30 miles away.
1. “Amemos” by Amado Nervo. “Amemos” (“Let's Love”) is great for the existentialist romantic. It reflects on how love relates to the meaning of life and existence.How old is Amado Carrillo? › Where is Amado from narcos now? ›
Amado did die on the surgical table, due to complications. At the time, he had garnered some heat from the government, and to avoid capture, he decided to change his appearance. That didn't work out so well for the drug lord, as he died at the Santa Mónica Hospital on July 4, 1997 — or so history claims.Who is the biggest drug lord now? ›
After the arrest of Joaquín "El Chapo" Guzmán and his son Ovidio Guzmán López, the cartel is now headed by old-school leader Ismael Zambada García (aka El Mayo) and Guzmán's other sons, Jesús Alfredo Guzmán and Ivan Archivaldo Guzmán Salazar.Who was the richest drug lord? ›
The richest drug dealer according to Forbes is currently Joaquin Guzman Loera (Mexico) the head of the Sinaloa Cartel who has an estimated fortune of USD£;1 billion (GBP£;722 million) gained from drug trafficking.How old was Amado when he died? › Did Pablo Escobar meet Amado Carrillo? ›
Chapo started to come up in the late 1990s. Pablo never met Chapo. Pablo's contacts in Mexico in the '80s — we had great evidence, we had fax intercepts — were people like Amado Carrillo Fuentes, [known as] El Señor de Los Cielos. But Pablo never met with Chapo.Where is Amado buried? › Why did Amado betray Pacho? ›
Amado worked with Félix despite knowing that Félix betrayed his uncle, and betrayed Pacho Herrera despite forming a close friendship with him in order to work with the Norte del Valle cartel. This was ultimately demonstrated when he began plotting the overthrowing of Félix Gallardo in the late 1980s.What is a priest's shirt called? ›
Collarino (Tab Collar): This is probably the most common type of shirt and collar among Roman-rite Catholic clergy. It resembles a standard dress shirt but has a standing black collar that is sewn to accommodate a white cloth or soft plastic insert, leaving a small white square at the base of the throat.
This is because, throughout history, black came to be associated with mourning. The priest, therefore, wears black every day in order to symbolize the death to self which he underwent on the day of his ordination, heeding daily (we hope!) the call of Christ to “take up your cross and follow me” (cf. Mt 16:25).Who wears a collar in Christianity? ›
In the Catholic Church, the clerical collar is worn by almost all ranks of clergy, thus: bishops, priests, and deacons, and often by seminarians as well as with their cassock during liturgical celebrations.What is the tone of the poem? ›
The poet's attitude toward the poem's speaker, reader, and subject matter, as interpreted by the reader. Often described as a “mood” that pervades the experience of reading the poem, it is created by the poem's vocabulary, metrical regularity or irregularity, syntax, use of figurative language, and rhyme.What is the poet unwilling to believe? ›
The poet refuses to believe that such a man, with no love for his country, can exist. He says that the amount of riches, power and fame that a person achieves in foreign lands does not matter. No minstrel (a travelling singer) will sing praises for such an unpatriotic man.What is the meaning of The Road Not Taken? ›
Robert Frost “The Road Not Taken” Meaning
“The Road Not Taken” is a poem that argues for the importance of our choices, both big and small, since they shape our journey through life.
However, there are names for stanzas of certain lengths: two-line stanzas are couplets; three-lines, tercets; four-lines, quatrains.
“Poem” comes from the Greek poíēma, meaning a “thing made,” and a poet is defined in ancient terms as “a maker of things.” So if a poem is a thing made, what kind of thing is it?What is the study of poetry called? ›
The study of the nature, forms, rules, and techniques is called poetics; part of this, the study of poetic meter and sound, is called prosody. The following poetics describes very well the majority of poems written in English from the late 15th century (the time just before Shakespeare) to the present.What does Amado mean in English? ›
Amado is a boy's name meaning "Beloved by God," which is a beautiful sentiment for your blessed little bundle. Amado stems from Latin roots and is a diminutive of the Latin name Amatus.Was Amado a bad guy? ›
Type of Villain
Amado Sanzu, is a major antagonist in Boruto: Naruto Next Generations. A member of Kara, he assisted Jigen in forcing the kama seal onto multiple children to test them to become Jigen's vessel. He was voiced by Akio Ōtsuka.
Amado's Selfishness Is The Root Of His Evil
The level of his evil was hidden largely because no one other than Jigen knew his background and motivations. Now that the curtain has been lifted, it should be clear to fans that he is officially eviler than any Naruto threat.
Eida is not the reincarnation of Amado's daughter, but rather Kawaki is. Like Eida, Amado seems to have a special affection for Kawaki, but based on the story points surrounding their relationship, his affection seemed connected to his desire to eliminate Kara leader Isshiki Otsutsuki.How did Amado get Shibai DNA? ›
Now, the manga has explained where all these overpowered abilities come from. In chapter #75 of Boruto, Amado explains that he did not create these abilities. He harvested the DNA from the remains of Shibai Ohtsutsuki, a member of the Ohtsutsuki clan who managed to evolve into a god, leaving behind his mortal coils.Why did Amado join Kara? ›
Katasuke. Amado swears his intention was only ever to protect the world from Isshiki, and he was forced to play along as a faithful Kara member until the time to strike arrived, but there are several clues to suggest Amado is lying here.What do extra eyes mean? ›
DEFINITIONS1. another person to check something or offer ideas. It's always useful to have a second pair of eyes to check what you're doing. Do not be shy of enlisting another pair of eyes. Synonyms and related words.What does lock eyes on mean? ›
used to say that someone is looking at someone or something and not looking at anything else.What does the eyes symbol mean? ›
The human eye has been a symbol for good or evil from earliest times. This thesis shows that the Mesopotamians focused mainly on the negative aspects of the eye in their belief system, while the Israelites focused on its positive aspects.Can eyes focus on infinity? ›
The closest distance up to which an average eye can see things comfortably is around 25cm. This minimum distance is called the Least Distance of Distinct Vision, or LDDV. The eye can focus on anything from 25cm, all the way to infinity.What is the rarest eye feature? ›
Violet or Red Eyes: The Rarest Spectrum
This eye color is often associated with albinism, a genetic condition that results in the absence of melanin, the pigment responsible for coloring hair, skin, and eyes.
When broken down by gender, men ranked gray, blue, and green eyes as the most attractive, while women said they were most attracted to green, hazel, and gray eyes. Despite brown eyes ranking at the bottom of our perceived attraction scale, approximately 79% of the world's population sports melanin-rich brown eyes.
We found that green is the most popular lens colour, with brown coming in a close second, despite it being one of the most common eye colours. Although blue and hazel are seen as the most attractive eye colours for men and women they are surprisingly the least popular.What is sneaky eyes? ›
Glaucoma can go undiagnosed for years unless you have a comprehensive eye exam. The vision loss that occurs as a result of glaucoma is irreversible. This is why glaucoma may be referred to as the sneaky eye disease.What does sneaky eyes mean? ›
informal. having the appearance of being dishonest, esp as signified by a lack of eye contact. He seemed evasive, shifty-eyed and vague. Collins English Dictionary. Copyright © HarperCollins Publishers.What does it mean when a guy stares at you in the eyes? ›
If you notice he is making more eye contact with you or you catch a guy staring at you, he is probably attracted to you. He may be enthralled by your good looks and may be fantasizing about kissing you. Perhaps he stares at you and smiles; that could mean he likes you, too.What is the real evil eye symbol? ›
The evil eye symbol ( ) has been found through thousands of years of history across cultures, including in Latin America and parts of Asia. The symbol, most often depicted as four concentric circles in the shape of an eye, is used to ward off variations of evil intentions.What is the evil eye emoji? ›
A nazar, an eye-shaped amulet believed to protect against the evil eye, especially in Turkish culture. Depicted as a rich blue, circular bead with a black dot in the center ringed with white and light blue, resembling an eye.
This is because we tend to look to the right when we are imagining things, but towards the left when we are remembering. However, it is also thought that looking to the right and downwards suggests self-doubt, while looking to the right and up indicates that a person is telling untruths.Are images at infinity real? ›
So when the object is placed in the focal plane of the lens/mirror it is convenient to say that the image is formed at infinity. In fact, in theory, the image is actually in two places. On a screen as a real inverted image a long way away from the lens and on the opposite side of the lens to the object.Why can't we see infinity? ›
"Light travels at the speed of light, so you can only see out to a distance essentially of 14 billion light years; it's a little bit bigger but basically that's it. There's no way you can see to infinity.Why do eyes Unfocus? ›
Causes for Difficulty Focusing Eyes
The most common causes of blurred vision are: Refractive errors (the most common cause) Age-related macular degeneration. Cataracts.