They included the folk trilogy, Blood Wedding (1933), Yerma (1934), and The House of Bernarda Alba (1936).
Lorca’s poem 'Farewell' is a romantic lyric expressing a longing for the senses to feast on even after death. The reference to the open balcony is a suggestive refrain:
“If I die,
Leave the balcony open.
The little boy is eating oranges.
(From my balcony I can see him.)
The reaper is harvesting the wheat.
(From my balcony I can hear him.)
If I die,
Leave the balcony open!”