„Rise and demand; you are a burning flame.
You are sure to conquer there where the final horizon
Becomes a drop of blood, a drop of life,
Where you will carry the universe on your shoulders,
Where the universe will bear your hope.“

Ultimo aggiornamento 17 Aprile 2022. Storia
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scrittore, poeta e drammaturgo guatemalteco 1899 - 1974

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