Pesado, José Joaquín de
January 1913
Modern Spanish Lyrics;1/1/1913, p134
Classic Book
Presents the poem "Serenata," by José Joaquín de Pesado. First Line: ¡Oh, tú, que duermes en casto lecho, Last Line: Doncella hermosa, quieras partir!


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