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Cuadro alegórico sobre presencia bolivariana en el Cuzco

Al Libertador del Perú, Don Simón Bolívar

Dice la Fama Señor:
Que hay muy pocos clarines,
Para anunciar tu nombre,
A los pueblos del mundo.
Dice la gloria Señor:
Que en el Olimpo
Solo lugar hay para Vos,
Porque eres casi Dios.
Bolívar pronuncian todos,
Los idiomas regocijados,
I todo el mundo con tu nombre,
Cantan loas a la libertad,
Que diste en Junín,
Consolidaste en Ayacucho,
Te ofrezco este Escudo,
Para Patria tan grande
Que contigo asiganta,
En él está su historia,
Sus padres de Libertad,
Sus inmarcesibles laureles,
Y al centro como Eje,
Vuestra efigie Señor,
Para recuerdo eterno
De tu grata visita,
A esta tierra gloriosa,
Que ciñe tu frente,
De vencedor infatigable,
Con corona de oro i laureles.

Juan Bautista Zuliaga

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Source "Historia de la República del Perú" de Jorge Basadre (vol. I)
Author Santiago Juárez

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