Daily Archives: January 16, 2016

Finale – Pablo Neruda

Matilde, years or days  sleeping, feverish,  here or there,  gazing off,  twisting my spine,  bleeding true blood,  perhaps I awaken  or am lost, sleeping:  hospital beds, foreign windows,  white uniforms of the silent walkers,  the clumsiness of feet.  And then, … Continue reading

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I Like For You To Be Still – Pablo Neruda

i like for you to be still  it is as though you are absent  And you hear me from far away  And my voice does not touch you  it seems as though your eyes had flown away  And it seems … Continue reading

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Gentleman Alone – Pablo Neruda

The young maricones and the horny muchachas,  The big fat widows delirious from insomnia,  The young wives thirty hours’ pregnant,  And the hoarse tomcats that cross my garden at night,  Like a collar of palpitating sexual oysters  Surround my solitary … Continue reading

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Gautama Christ – Pablo Neruda

The names of God and especially those of His representative  Who is called Jesus or Christ according to holy books and  someone’s mouth  These names have been used, worn out and left  On the shores of rivers of of human … Continue reading

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I Like For You To Be Still – Pablo Neruda

i like for you to be still  it is as though you are absent  And you hear me from far away  And my voice does not touch you  it seems as though your eyes had flown away  And it seems … Continue reading

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