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O Marquez de Pombal

á luz da Philosophia

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Author: Angelina Vidal
Published: 1882
Language: Portugues
Wordcount: 6,550 / 29 pg
LoC Category: PQ
Downloads: 867
Added to site: 2008.11.14
mnybks.net#: 22635
Genre: Poetry
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gum Attila ou Nero, rijo açoute
Das coleras divinas, e illusorias,
Que vem correndo as turvas trajectorias
Do vicio, do rancor, do odio insano,

Até rasgar o peito ao ser humano!

É um cortejo que segue... quem será!?

Já passam muito perto...
Que numerosos são! Que vejo!... Ah!

Com passo frouxo e incerto
Caminha uma mulher, em desalinho,

Mais pallida que arminho.

De um lado traz o padre, e de outro o algoz

De ventas dilatadas
E a estupida expressão de um ser feroz.

As brancas mãos ligadas,
Veem roxas das auras matutinas,

E das correntes finas.

Cinge-lhe o corpo esvelto a alva infamante

Dos tristes condemnados,
E ás vezes solta um ai tão lancinante,

Que tremem magoados
Os proprios corações mais rancorosos,

E os monstros mais odiosos.

Vem seguida dos filhos e do esp

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