Monument to León Felipe in Tábara, his hometown.

León Felipe Camino Galicia (11 April 1884 – 17 September 1968) was an Spanish poet.

Selected Poetry

Monument to León Felipe in Tábara, his hometown.

  • Versos y oraciones de caminante (I, 1920; II, 1929)
  • Drop a star (1933)
  • Goodbye, Panamá (1936)
  • La insignia (1937)
  • El payaso de las bofetadas y el pescador de caña (1938)
  • El hacha (1939)
  • Español del éxodo y del llanto (1939)
  • El gran responsable (1940)
  • Traducción de Canto a mí mismo, de Walt Whitman (1941)
  • El poeta prometeico (1942)
  • Ganarás la luz (1943)
  • Parábola y poesía (1944)
  • Llamadme Publicano (o Versos y blasfemias de caminante) (1950)
  • El ciervo (1958)
  • Cuatro poemas, con epígrafe y colofón (1958)
  • ¿Qué se hizo del rey don Juan? (1962)
  • Oh, este viejo y roto violin! (1965)
  • Versos del merolico o del sacamuelas (1967)
  • Israel (Discurso poemático pronunciado el 31 de Julio de 1967 y publicado posteriormente en 1970 Finisterre, México D. F.)
  • Rocinante (1969)
  • Puesto ya el pie en el estribo (1983)

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