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The Alcázar Analysis



Author: poem of Robert Service Type: poem Views: 3

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The General now lives in town;

He's eighty odd, they say;

You'll see him strolling up and down

The Prada any day.

He goes to every football game,

The bull-ring knows his voice,

And when the people cheer his name

Moscardo must rejoice.



Yet does he, in the gaiety

Of opera and ball,

A dingy little cellar see,

A picture on a wall?

A portrait of a laughing boy

Of sixteen singing years . . .

Oh does his heart dilate with joy,

Or dim his eyes with tears?



And can he hear a wistful lad

Speak on the telephone?

"Hello! How is it with you, Dad?

That's right - I'm all alone.

They say they'll shoot me at the dawn

If you do not give in . . .

But never mind, Dad - carry on:

You know we've got to win."



And so they shot him at the dawn.

No bandage irked his eyes,

A lonely lad, so wistful wan,

He made his sacrifice.

he saw above the Citadel

His flag of glory fly,

And crying: "long live Spain!" he fell

And died as heroes die.






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