Mi Ultimo Adios by Jose RizalMi ultimo adios (Spanish for My Last Farewell) is a poem written by Philippine national hero Jose Rizal on the eve of his execution on December 30, 1896. Although the poem was untitled, this title served as an artifice useful as a quick reference. This poem was one of the last notes he wrote before his execution.
?Adios, Patria adorada, region del sol querida,
Perla del mar de oriente, nuestro perdido Eden!
A darte voy alegre la triste mustia vida,
Y fuera mas brillante, mas fresca, mas florida,
Tambien por ti la diera, la diera por tu bien.
En campos de batalla, luchando con delirio,
Otros te dan sus vidas sin dudas, sin pesar;
El sitio nada importa, cipres, laurel o lirio,
Cadalso o campo abierto, combate o cruel martirio,
Lo mismo es si lo piden la patria y el hogar.
My Last Farewell // Jose Rizal
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Fighting for our country ieblike fighting for what we love. Fighting for our country is fighting for the freedom of ourselves, family, friends, and love ones. We consider Dr. Jose Rizal as our national hero because he showed us that its not about fighting using a sword or anything that can hurt others. A pen can also seek freedom. Being a hero is not having a power like being invisible,lightning etc.
Perhaps unfinished? Perhaps, it really was unfinished. On the afternoon of Dec. When they took their leave, Rizal told Trinidad in English that there was something in the small alcohol stove cocinilla , not alcohol lamp lamparilla. The stove was given to Narcisa by the guard when the party was about to board their carriage in the courtyard. At home, the Rizal ladies recovered from the stove a folded paper. On it was written an unsigned, untitled and undated poem of 14 five-line stanzas.
Mi Ultimo Adios By: Johnisaiah Platino Jose Rizal was imprisoned in Fort Santiago, Intramuros for the charges of rebellion, sedition, and conspiracy in which he was convicted on all three charges, and sentenced to death by firing squad. At the eve before his execution, Rizal wrote his final poem on a single paper revealing his strong nationalism and unwavering love for his country. The poem consists of 14 five-line stanzas and was written in Spanish. It was later received by his family hidden inside a small alcohol stove. Originally, Rizal did not give a title for it and if remained untitled, by virtue of logic and literary tradition, it would be titled by the words coming from the first line of the poem itself. Importance of the Mi Ultimo Adios: This was considered one of the evidences that Rizal did not retracted his beliefs. The poem together with Rizal's execution ignited the Philippine Revolution In , the poem was recited before the American House of Representatives.