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Poema 15

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Poema 15

Este poema "me gustas cuando callas porque est's como ausente", es el n?mero 15 de la obra Veinte poemas de amor y una canci?n desesperada.
Trata sobre los sentimientos que tiene el hacia ella. Para ?l lo m's importante es ella.

Este poema se podr?a dividir en dos partes:

La primera parte estar?a comprendida desde el verso 1, hasta el verso 19. En esta primera parte el autor es como si estuviese so?ando.
En la segunda parte, que es la que compone el ?ltimo verso, es como si el autor despertase de un sue?o.
Este poema consta de un total de 20 versos; distribuidos en 5 estrofas de versos alejandrinos llanos, a excepci?n de dos de ellos, que terminan en aguda. (son los versos 6 y 8).
La rima es asonante irregular, menos en el segundo verso donde su rima es regular. 'ste poema es de arte mayor.
El autor ha utilizado gran cantidad de recursos estil'sticos; en los que predomina: la comparaci?n, por ejemplo la que encontramos en el verso 15 : "Eres como la noche, callada y constelada". Donde nos compara a su amada con la noche.
Pero en este poema tambi?n se pueden encontrar met?foras, como la que encontramos en el verso 7 que dice : "mariposa ...

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