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Canción del pirata José de Espronceda
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Con diez cañones por banda, viento en popa, a toda vela, no corta el mar, sino vuela un velero bergantín:
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bajel pirata que llaman, por su bravura, el Temido, en todo mar conocido del uno al otro confín.
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La luna en el mar riela, en la lona gime el viento, y alza en blando movimiento olas de plata y azul;
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y va el capitán pirata, cantando alegre en la popa, Asia a un lado, al otro Europa, y allá a su frente Estambul: Asia Euro pa Estambul
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- Navega, velero mío, sin temor; que ni enemigo navío, ni tormenta, ni bonanza tu rumbo a torcer alcanza, ni a sujetar tu valor.
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Veinte presas hemos hecho a despecho del inglés, y han rendido sus pendones cien naciones a mis pies.
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Que es mi barco mi tesoro, que es mi Dios la libertad, mi ley la fuerza y el viento, mi única patria la mar.
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Allá muevan feroz guerra ciegos reyes por un palmo más de tierra: que yo tengo aquí por mío cuanto abarca el mar bravío, a quien nadie impuso leyes.
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Y no hay playa, sea cualquiera, ni bandera de esplendor, que no sienta mi derecho, y dé pecho a mi valor.
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Que es mi barco mi tesoro, que es mi Dios la libertad, mi ley la fuerza y el viento, mi única patria la mar.
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A la voz de ”¡Barco viene!"
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