Natália Correia  

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Natália de Oliveira Correia, (b. September 13, 1923 in Fajã de Baixo, São Miguel Island, Azores - March 16, 1993 in Lisbon) was a Portuguese writer, and was the author of the lyrics of Hino dos Açores, the traditional anthem of The Azores.

OBSCURA CASTIDADE Uma obscura e inquieta castidade/pôs uma flor para mim no jardim mais secreto/num horizonte de graça e claridade/intangível e perto./Promessa estática no luar/da densidade em mim corpórea/não é a culpa, é a memória/da primeira manhã do pecado/sem Eva e sem Adão./Só o fruto provado/e a serpente enroscada/na minha solidão.

DARK ABSTENTION/ A dark and troubled abstention/ put a flower for me in the most secret garden/in a horizon of grace and clarity/which was untouchable and next. /A static promise in the light of the moon/ of the density which was corporal in me/ it is not the fault, it is the memory/ of the first morning of the sin/ without Eve and Adam. / Only the proven fruit/ and the rolled serpent/ in my loneliness.



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