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This poem is one of those Sor Juana Ines De La Cruz wrote on mundane issues. This 17th century poetess was a revolutionary woman in her time, fighting for women to have an education, and was one of the few women considered as scholars in her time.
Birth of Christ, in which the bee ran It is a curious poem in which the relationship between bees and flowers is explained. A beautiful poem with great sound to read to children, so that they learn to look at bees in a more cordial way.
Of the most fragrant rose
the Bee Prettier,
to whom the clean dew
gave pure matter.
It is born, then, and just born,
when in the same coin,
which in pearls He received,
start paying in pearls.
Let him cry Sunrise, it's not much,
which is customary in its beauty;
but who is there who does not admire
that the Sun shed tears?
If it is to fertilize the Rose,
is idle diligence,
Well, dew is not necessary
after the Bee is born;
and more, when at the closing
of her virginal purity,
no antecedent could have
nor can there be someone who happens.
Well, to what end is crying
that sweetly waters him?
Who can not bear more fruit,
What does it matter how sterile it is?
But oh! that the bee has
so intimate dependence
always with the rose, what
your life depends on it;
Well, giving him the nectar pure
that their fragrances engender,
not only before he conceives it,
but then he feeds her.
Son and mother, in so divine
none remains debtor
and both bound remain.
The Bee pays the Dew
that the Rose begets her,
and she returns to him
with the same thing that encourages her.
Helping each other
with mutual correspondence,
the Bee to the fertile Flower,
and she sustains the Bee.
Well, if that's why it's crying,
cry Jesus, good night,
what is dispensed in dew
he will charge later in nectar.
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