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More poetry from Neruda.

The Potter

by Pablo Neruda

Your whole body holds
a goblet or gentle sweetness destined for me.

When I let my hand climb,
in each place I find a dove… 139 more words

If you forget me ~Pablo Neruda

I want you to know
one thing.

You know how this is:
if I look
at the crystal moon, at the red branch
of the slow autumn at my window, 205 more words

Poems

juxtaposition

Dried seed pod + Pablo Neruda = Juxtapostion.
Este presente…está viviente vivo, nada tiene de ayer irremediable de pasado perdido…

Journal Art

A Man and His Ocean

Pablo Neruda wrote lavishly about love, skin, desire, heartache, moments of triumph, and raw romance, among so much else. His enthralling written work in reverence to the ocean immediately captivated me, no doubt. 106 more words

Poetry

Se ogni giorno...

Se saprai starmi vicino,
e potremo essere diversi,
se il sole illuminerà entrambi
senza che le nostre ombre si sovrappongano,
se riusciremo ad essere “noi” in mezzo al mondo… 62 more words

#amore

Certain Dark Things | To Sea

My body is tired and my mind is restless.  Ready for what is next.

It’s been almost a year since I moved cross-country, taking a risk, looking for something new.  462 more words

Boaatt's Life

Stones of the Sky

Poet Pablo Neruda’s Stones of the Sky (1970) is a series of introspective reflections on mortality and the eternal inspired by the nature of gems, minerals, and stones. 52 more words

Maria T. Candia