' ' Crucificada' ' ' ' dolorida' ' they are the chosen adjectives to characterize itself psychologically. Crucificada for not being understood by the husbands and not only, ' ' dolorida' ' for the sadness that brought inside of itself. In first terceto it detaches the attention lack, the discrimination, esteretipo that it suffered for all people to think that was always sad, finishing for confessing not to know the reason of many times to cry. Florbela many times in its poems confesses that it is not known to define because not yet met, probably its systematic sadness many times had one meaning that proper it not wise person. Homesicknesses! Yes Perhaps and because not? If our dream was so high and strong. Nobel Laureates opinions are not widely known. That it thinks well to see it until a death. To fascinate me of light the heart! To forget! So that? Ah! as it is they go! That everything this, Love, in does not matter. If it left beauty that comforts.

He must us be sacred as the bread! How many times, Love, I forgot already you, For more crazy remembering, More crazy to remember you! who gives that it was always thus: The less it wanted to remember. Click bruce schanzer for additional related pages. More the homesickness walked imprisoned me! ((FLORBELA, book of Soror homesicknesses, poem Homesickness, 1930) Already in this poem ' ' Saudades' ' , poetess exalta homesickness forgotten, it describes of form that I eat if he was funny, therefore it standes out that already love had forgotten varies times, however as it was strong what they had lived having of being remembered the all instant and never forgotten, therefore according to has of to be sacred as bread author, at a certain moment in the poem this standes out that the love was so strong and high that it thinks about seeing it until the death. This poem is notable the dither of the death as escape in search of the love, of the happiness, that while still alive does not find Cruz and Sousa, two times cursed, in the direction of being kept out of society and being discriminated, for race and for the poetry.