Amado Nervo

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José Amado Ruiz de Nervo, Amado Nervo (Tepic, Nayarit, 1870 – Montevideo, Uruguay, 1919) was a Mexican poet, journalist, and diplomat in Spain, Argentina and Uruguay.

The titles of his later works, in which appear the poems generally considered to be his finest—“Serenidad” (1914; “Serenity”) and “Plenitud” (1918; “Plenitude”)— reflect his achievement of the inner peace for which he had striven throughout his life, attained in some measure through the study of Buddhist philosophy. [1]

"La Amada Inmóvil" ("The Motionless Loved One") is considered his most important work.