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Keeping Quiet

By Pablo Neruda
translator unknown
A biography is here at the Poetry Foundation

Now we will count to twelve
and we will all keep still. 188 more words

20th Century


to his overflowing trough
of word honey

to his heart
with plant love
animal love
earth love

a reign of tears

cracks… 99 more words


Poetry to fall in love with, part 3

I’ve shared with you before my love of sad songs, so it’s no surprise that I also love sad poems. One of the great things about poetry (and books, plays, movies) is that it reminds we are not alone and are not the only one, ever, to have felt what we feel. 562 more words


Strangers on the Shore - Pablo Neruda

I have come back, and still the sea
keeps sending me strange foam.
It does not get used to the way I see.
The sand does not recognize me. 233 more words


“I love you as certain dark things are to be loved,  in secret, between the shadow and the soul.”
― Pablo Neruda


Glorious descent into Santiago is just the beginning of a fabulous adventure

Even the descent into Santiago is stunning.

THE plane descends in a series of long, lazy circles providing passengers with a bird’s-eye view of the Andes, the spectacular snow-capped fortress encircling the sprawling city of Santiago, capital of Chile. 1,540 more words

The Sunday Post (#8) + Stacking The Shelves (#3) (9/14/14)

Here is this week’s Sunday Post and Stacking The Shelves. The Sunday Post is a weekly meme hosted by Caffeinated Book Reviewer. This is where book bloggers can share their past week and what’s coming up this week blog-wise or not. 1,076 more words