It got applause! Pedro Pascal recited emotional poem by Gabriela Mistral for World Refugee Day

The Chilean actor Peter Pascal He drew applause on social networks by sharing a video reciting a poem by Gabriela Mistral in commemoration of World Refugee Day.

In a video of just over 30 seconds, the protagonist of The Last of Us and The Mandalorian recited the verses of the poem “Give me your hand”, written by the Nobel Prize in Literature in 1929.

«Give me your hand and we will dance. Give me your hand and you will love me. As a single flower we will be, like a flower, and nothing more. We will sing the same verse, you will dance to the same step. Like an ear we will undulate, like an ear, and nothing more. Your name is Rosa and I am Esperanza. But you will forget your name, because we will be a dance. On the hill and nothing else”, recited the interpreter.

Pascal’s video joined that of other international figures who wanted to deliver “words of welcome” to the refugees, such as the actor Theo James or the novelist Khaled Hosseini.

It is worth remembering that June 20th marks World Day of the Refugee either World Refugee Dayestablished in 2000 by the United Nations General Assembly.

 
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