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Pan de frances

Bread,
you rise
from flour,
water
and fire.
Dense or light,
flattened or round,
you duplicate
the mother’s
rounded womb,
and earth’s
twice-yearly
swelling.
How simple… 12 more words

Food

The People

The People 
I recall that man and not two centuries
have passed since I saw him,
he went neither by horse nor by carriage:
purely on foot… 835 more words

Poetry

Love by Pablo Neruda

So many days, oh so many days
seeing you so tangible and so close,
how do I pay, with what do I pay?

The bloodthirsty spring… 256 more words

It is born


“Here I came to the very edge

where nothing at all needs saying,

everything is absorbed through weather and the sea,

and the moon swam back, 54 more words

Photography

Pablo and the men

Pablo Neruda was a Chilean poet and politician who took a pen name from the 19th-century Czech poet, Jan Neruda. Pablo served as Senator for the Chilean Communist Party for a few years before President González Videla outlawed communism in 1948. 147 more words

Poetry

‘- all silence lies in its long line -‘