One of the earliest poetic form in the Spanish peninsula—although some scholars start the study of Spanish poetry with this poetic form, I will argue that there was a wealth of poetry produced in Arabic and Hebrew before the “Reconquista”. The form was developed by the Arabs on the peninsula, Mozarabs. It produces a deep melancholy in the reader, as it usually is about unobtainable love or deep sadness and misfortune.
Student 1:
Read me some great poetry from Spain, maybe a Jarcha.

Student 2:
!Se nace acaso con mala suerte!
¡Quebrad, ojos míos, y doleos más aún!
~Yehuda Halevi (traduccion de Garcia Gomez)
Por Raulito 13 de junio de 2007
Boobs.
Plain and simple.
Singular: jarcha.
^ we hope you'll never have to see that.
Girl 1: Ugh, my jarchas hurt!
Girl 2: You must be getting your period.
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Guy 1: She sent me a pic of her jarchas.
Guy 2: She sent me one too! THEYRE HUGE!
Por Wendy Feathers 12 de diciembre de 2010

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