Antonio Machado

Antonio Machado

Antonio Machado (1875–1939) was an influential Spanish poet, best known for depicting the landscapes and common people of Spain and for his exploration of existential and moral topics. A vocal supporter of the Spanish Republic, Machado was forced to flee Spain during the siege of Madrid. He died in exile and is buried in Collioure, France.

A psalm rises: Poems after Antonio Machado

Translation
December 6, 2016