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The Little Sampaguita By Natividad Marquez – Full Text Of The Poem

THE LITTLE SAMPAFUITA BY NATIVIDAD MARQUEZ – In this topic, we are going to read the poem “The Little Sampaguita” By Natividad Marquez.

THE LITTLE SAMPAGUITA BY NATIVIDAD MARQUEZ
Image from: Literica

As mentioned above, it is written by a Mexican general named Natividad Marquez Nicuesa.

Marquez is a war hero who led an army during the revolution in 1930. He is the subject to many legends in Mexico and his deeds are studied in history classes. according to a report by Taj Ngilay in a PDF file,

There is less information of this war hero in English search engines but information about his existence is found in Spanish-language websites, blogs, online forums, and Internet authority sites.

Some of the traces of this author can be traced to his works such as The Sea and this poem, entitled “The Little Sampaguita”.

This poem contained eight lines, which is separated into two stanzas of four lines each. Here is the full text of the poem uplifted from Literica:

Little sampaguita
With the wondering eye
Did a tiny fair
Drop you where you lie?

In the witching hour
Of the tropic night
Did the careless moonbeam
Leave you in its fight?

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