Carpe Diem- Walt Whitman. Do not let the day end without having grown a bit, without being happy,without having risen your dreams. Do not let overcome by disappointment. Do not let anyone you remove the right to express yourself, which is almost a duty.
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We are beings filled with passion. Life is both desert and Oasis. It knocks us down, it hurts us, it teaches us, it turns us into the protagonists of our own stories. Even if the winds blow against us, the powerful masterpiece continues: You can add a stanza. Never stop dreaming, because in Dreams Man can be free. The majority live in a frightful silence. Value the beauty of the simple things. One can make beautiful poetry about little things.
Enjoy the panic provoked by having your life in front of you. Live it intensely, without mediocrity. Remember that the future is within you, so face your duties with pride and without fear. Learn from those who can teach you.
No te dejes vencer por el desaliento. No permitas que nadie te quite el derecho a expresarte, que es casi un deber. No abandones las ansias de hacer de tu vida algo extraordinario. La vida es desierto y es oasis. No caigas en el peor de los errores: el silencio.
Valora la belleza de las cosas simples. Porque no podemos remar en contra de nosotros mismos: Eso transforma la vida en un infierno. No permitas que la vida te pase a ti sin que la vivas …. Share this: Twitter Facebook. Like this: Like Loading Published: October 27, Filed Under: Uncategorized. Blog says:. October 28, at am. Leave a Reply Cancel reply Enter your comment here Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:. Email required Address never made public.
31st May 1819 – Walt Whitman’s Birthday
The rallying cry of their classroom is carpe diem , popularized as "seize the day," although more literally translated as "pluck the day," referring to the gathering of moments like flowers, suggesting the ephemeral quality of life, as in Robert Herrick 's " To the Virgins, to Make Much of Time ," which begs readers to live life to its full potential, singing of the fleeting nature of life itself:. The Latin phrase carpe diem originated in the "Odes," a long series of poems composed by the Roman poet Horace in 65 B. Scale back your long hopes to a short period. While we speak, time is envious and is running away from us.
Carpe Diem: Poems for Making the Most of Time
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