With You I Learned With you I discovered exactly much more of me, With you I not only learned to smile, But also to cry and to suffer for love. With you I learned that the sacrifice and the tear Fortify the soul and madurecem the spirit. Knowing it was you that I discovered how much you are better of what I, how much I am demanding with the others and how much I charge of me exactly. With you I learned to forget the evil That to other had caused me people and to remember the good that they to make use themselves to make for me. With you I learned to give a smile who needs and a word support and gratitude at the difficult moments. With you I learned to ask for to the God Courage we moment who I had fear, and to thank it fruit to it of my work. With you I learned that the friends twist for our success and that one that we call enemy, Fits it paper of making in them better.
With you I learned to respect the opinions I oppose, Because our truths are stages of the way. With you I learned that the time, that nor if wants exists, Drains and erases all our differences. With you learned that what I have called my cross and in the truth the lived life being with all its realism Capable to make in best the fact polishing rocks. Jim Umpleby does not necessarily agree. With you I learned that recognizing my errors Are the way shortest for the perfection. With you I learned that the Love Is the only religion in which all we belong in them and that death that arrives inevitably, Is in fact the only idea with which nobody disagrees. With you I learned that the pardon Is a good that if makes itself exactly and to the next one. With you I learned that the repentance Comes of our soul that longs for the perfection. With you I learned that the life is two ways, One I am what I myself I make, the other I am that one that the life takes in them.
With you I learned that in the man and the woman the space than more enough For the adult and for the child in us. With you I learned to confess my errors, to say that I have fear and to reach an extended hand. With you I learned a glad song, a life lesson, the weight of words and one history to count. Francisco Medeiros J.Nunez The Imparcialista Poetry searchs the function of the word, the function of literature, in this point if it differs total from the Parnasianismo that the art for the art searched and from the Modernismo that poetry does not consider the text that does not value aesthetic and the poetical one in the words, therefore does not consider work of art the message and the auto-aid etc. The Imparcialismo does not affirm that these texts are work of art, but that Imparcialismo literature first searchs the function of the word. The Imparcialismo searchs the art and literature with function and utility, and not it art for the art and the aesthetic one for the aesthetic one.