The Diálogo del Amargo (Amargo’s Conversation) which ends with Canción de la madre del Amargo (Song of Amargo’s Mother), is also inspired by a real character, a boy from Fuente Vaqueros who peeked into his dwelling and spat with much contempt inside his house. The poet, still a small child, could not decipher the gesture of that boy called Amargo and, over time, obsessed with this figure, called him “angel of death and despair that guards the gates of Andalusia”.