Pablo Neruda (July 12, 1904 – September 23, 1973) was the pen name and, later, legal name of the Chilean poet, diplomat and politician Neftalí Ricardo Reyes Basoalto.
Pablo Neruda forever !. Thanks to ny friend Gabriella Iacovelli
"So I wait for U like a lonely house till U'll see me again and live in me. Till then my windows ache". Pablo Neruda
All paths lead to the same goal: to convey to others what we are. -- Pablo Neruda
“Everything is ceremony in the wild garden of childhood.” ― Pablo Neruda
I don't know any other way of loving but this...so intimate that when I fall asleep it is your eyes that close. ~ Pablo Neruda
there's nothing more romantic than a guy quoting Pablo Neruda
'I want,. To do with you what Spring does with the cherry trees.'. ~ Pablo Neruda
For "Let us look for secret things, somewhere in the world. on the blue shores of silence" . Pablo Neruda
As if you were on fire from within. The moon lives in the lining of your skin. -Pablo Neruda
"I no longer love her,thats certain,but maybe i love her. Love is so short,forgetting is so long" --Pablo Neruda
“[...] and I know the earth, and I am sad.” —Pablo Neruda, “Melancholy Inside Families,” translated by Robert Bly and James Wright
I don't waste my time because Pablo Neruda taught me better. 🗿
“I want...To do with you what spring does with the cherry trees” - Pablo Neruda.
To feel the love of people from whom we love is a fire that feeds our life. . -Pablo Neruda .
"You can cut all the flowers, but you cannot keep spring from coming." --Pablo Neruda (via
"Tonight I can write the saddest lines I loved her, and sometimes she loved me too." - Pablo Neruda
"I love you as certain dark things are to be loved, . in secret, between the shadow and the soul.”. — Pablo Neruda.
ill always love Pablo Neruda so much
Of all the stars I admired, drenched in various rivers and mists, I chose only the one I love. Since then I sleep with the night. Of all the waves, one wave and another wave, green sea, green chill, branchings of green, I chose only the one wave, the indivisible wave of your body. All the water drops, all the roots, all the threads of light gathered to me here; They came to me sooner or later. I wanted your hair, all for myself. From all the graces my homeland offered I chose only your savage heart. Pablo Neruda 1000 Love Sonnets
Hola Patrick, did you read the Pablo Neruda's book that my friend gave you in Chile?
You are like nobody since I love you. ― Pablo Neruda
"What good is a poetry if you don't recite them?". Pablo Neruda, Il Postino (The Postman)
But from each crime are born bullets that will one day seek out in you where the heart lies. • Pablo Neruda
I love you because I know no other way_Pablo Neruda
"In short,without your presence: without your coming . suddenly,incitingly, to know my life, gust of a rosebush, wheat of wind." Pablo Neruda
"Why will the whole of love come on me suddenly? When I am sad and feel you are far away?" - Pablo Neruda, Clenched Soul.
"the measure of my changing love for you is that I do not see you but love you blindly" Pablo Neruda
“If nothing saves us from death, at least love should save us from life.” - Pablo Neruda
"...And one by one the nights between our separated cities are joined to the night that unites us." - Pablo Neruda
I am falling in love with Pablo Neruda's poetry.
I'm going to see one of Pablo Neruda's houses today. Too bad I don't have one of his poetry books to read on the way there 📚
"Laughter is the language of the soul" -Pablo Neruda
Have a listen and a watch to my favourite poem by Pablo Neruda set to music
“By night, Love, tie your heart to mine, and the two. together in their sleep will defeat the darkness”. ― Pablo Neruda,
“Like a jar you housed infinite tenderness. And the infinite tenderness shattered you like a jar.”. ― Pablo Neruda
“Green was the silence, wet was the light,. the month of June trembled like a butterfly.”. ― Pablo Neruda
"It was my destiny to love and say goodbye." . — Pablo Neruda. (Morning splendor - Ron Di Scenza)
ahhh this is sick, u should read this poem called the saddest poem by this dude named Pablo Neruda
"The light fled from branch to branch,. but slumbering man did not awaken.". -Pablo Neruda, The Hangman
If you read Pablo Neruda, we can be friends.
a little video for a little home recording - Pablo Neruda - I Do Not Love You -
"My heart's in this struggle. My people will overcome. All the peoples. will overcome, one by one.". -Pablo Neruda, The Victorious People
Joe Hill Poetry Award September 1, 2014 When: Monday, September 1, 2014 An open call for poetry submissions addressing occupational culture, or Labor Day. The Joe Hill Labor Poetry Award is an annual event, and is open to the public. A monetary award, of $300, will be given to the winning poem. In the tradition of Pablo Neruda and Langston Hughes, the poem will be read by the author on Labor Day, in front of thousands of workers. The reading will take place at Noon, September 1, 2014, at the Labor Day picnic at Banning Park, in Wilmington CA. Contact: (562) 706-2892 laborpoetryJoe Hill Labor Poetry Award, is a local and national call for poetry reflecting occupational culture.This will be the 4th year, of the award, for 2014. The award is in two forms, a scholarship to a HS student, and one to an established poet. The Joe Hill Labor Poetry Award, while still new, is already being seen as a credible expression of the relationship occupational culture has with the literary community. A part of the Joe Hill ...
Homage to Pablo Neruda: Great Chilean Poet and Friend of Soviet Union via
Homage to Pablo Neruda: great Chilean poet and friend of Soviet Union
Arthur Miller and poet Pablo Neruda at a bookshop in Greenwich Village, NY, 1966*. ·Love this!. ·
“Then love knew it was called love. . And when I lifted my eyes to your name, . suddenly your heart showed me my way” . ― Pablo Neruda
Jonh Lennon (1940-1980) 1)- Jonh Lennon WAS from Liverpool, in Britain. At school he WAS interested in art and music but he WASN´T a very good student. At 16 he WAS in his first group but they WEREN´T very popular. Four years laters, jonh WAS in a new group. Their music WAS original and exiting in the 60s, and they WERE number one in Britain and American. What WAS their name? The Beatles!. 2)- Solve the activities a) Bram Stoker WAS a Famous writer from Ireland. Hhat Was the name of his famous book?. a-Frankestein b-Dracula c-Batman b) Who WERE famous artest from spain? a-Pablo Neruda and Pablo Cassals b-Salvador Dali and Pablo Picasso c-Da Vinci and Miguel Angel c) Beethoven and Bach WERE from Germany they. a-inventors? b-aruhitects? C-composers? d) who the author of Harry Potter? a-Dan Brown b-J.K Rowling c-Agatha Christie e) In the 1990 there WERE five singers in this famous group. What WAS the group name? a-The Jackson Five b-The Spice girl c-One Direction Regular Ve ...
Pablo Neruda loved so sincerely. I must sleep now. Meeting at 1030am. Wakeup early Thamarasee
Back to old habit: reading poetry. One of my favourites ~> If You Forget Me - Pablo Neruda 😊
So I finally found a Pablo Neruda book available here in the Ph. The thing is, I'm broke and it's…
Someday, somewhere, anywhere, unfailingly, you'll find yourself, and that can be the happiest or bitterest hour of your lif…
Ways of Life by Otyanna C. a poem of answer to Pablo Neruda. The sky shouted with glee. when the color blue was...
"We all arrive by different streets, / by unequal languages, at Silence." Happy 109th Birthday, Pablo Neruda.
they say the the freedom bubble is sipping on the liberation struggle/they say we know little of the soldiers who burned dirty in the rumble/well i knw OLIVER TAMBO/ i know KAMBUBAI KANGO/i know CHIMURENGA with UNCLE BOB running the rhodesian jungles/yes i knw LEFTENANT MAKANA/ KWAME NKURUMA lives forever in ghana/i knw how komantant FIDEL CASTRO became king in havana EMPEROR SELASSIE defeat facist MOUSSOLINI in ethopia/S.W.A.P.O lead to the freedom of the people of namibia/ in the east they speak of CHA MIMAO/ central africa remembers MAO MAO/ in chile i know PABLO NERUDA/ENERSTO CHE GUEVERA and the guerilla revolution in cuba/
You can pick all the flowers,. but you can't stop the spring. Pablo Neruda
..Where does the rainbow end, in your soul or on the horizon?..[Pablo Neruda]
Clenched Soul - Pablo Neruda: We have lost even this twilight. No one saw us this evening hand ...
"And now you're mine. Rest with your dream in my dream.… – Reading Love Poems by Pablo Neruda & Donald D. Walsh —
Do not lock up love in the suffocating aura of religious nonsense. ~ Pablo Neruda
"A child who does not play is not a child, but the man who does not play has lost forever the child who lived in him.". Pablo Neruda
fandom. Love is not about acting delusional,. it is about acting in a way that benefits your community as a whole. (Pablo Neruda)
"En el amor, como agua del mar te has desatado. (In love, you have loosened yourself like seawater)" — Pablo Neruda (The Captain's Verses)
When I'm writing I'm far away and when I come back , I 've gone .Pablo Neruda
Give me all the pain of everyone, I'm going to turn it into hope. Pablo Neruda
Also, Jane Eyre by Bronte. Also, any poetry in general by Pablo Neruda=amazing & Dante- Inferno. Sorry, I'm an oldie lover.
Perhaps not to be is to be without your being, without your going, that cuts noon light like a blue flower, without your passing later through fog and stones, without the torch you lift in your hand that others may not see as golden, that perhaps no one believed blossomed the glowing origin of the rose, without, in the end, your being, your coming suddenly, inspiringly, to know my life, blaze of the rose-tree, wheat of the breeze: and it follows that I am, because you are: it follows from ‘you are’, that I am, and we: and, because of love, you will, I will, We will, come to be. - Pablo Neruda
Can someone love me as much as Pablo Neruda loved his wife
"Love is so short, Forgetting is so long" - Pablo Neruda
I crave your mouth, your voice, your hair. Silent and starving, I prowl through the streets. Bread does not nourish me, dawn disrupts me, all day I hunt for the liquid measure of your steps. I hunger for your sleek laugh, your hands the color of a savage harvest, hunger for the pale stones of your fingernails, I want to eat your skin like a whole almond. I want to eat the sunbeam flaring in your lovely body, the sovereign nose of your arrogant face, I want to eat the fleeting shade of your lashes, and I pace around hungry, sniffing the twilight, hunting for you, for your hot heart, like a puma in the barrens of Quitratue. Pablo Neruda (Translated by Stephen Tapscott)
Pablo Neruda 'Thinking, tangling shadows in the deep solitude' >>
Wish I knew spanish so I could read Pablo Neruda's work without it having to be a translation
“Let us forget, with generosity, those who cannot love us.” - Pablo neruda
"If suddenly you forget me, do not look for me, for I shall already have forgotten you." Pablo Neruda
Oh, may your silhouette never dissolve on the beach;/may your eyelids never flutter into the empty distance. Pablo Neruda
"In one kiss, you will know all I haven't said." Pablo Neruda
Pablo Neruda wrote his poems in green ink; green was his personal symbol for hope. Here's Neruda exuding coolness:
Hear Pablo Neruda’s Historic First Reading in the US. Recorded in 1966.
I leave on a frightening voyage / in which I travel and never arrive anywhere: / my single journey is a homecoming. -Pablo …
Anyone who doesn’t read Cortázar is doomed. Not to read him is a serious invisible disease which in time can have terrible consequences. Something similar to a man who has never tasted peaches. He would quietly become sadder, noticeably paler and, probably, little by little, he would lose his hair. I don’t want those things to happen to me, and so I greedily devour all the fabrications, myths, contradictions, and mortal games of the great Julio Cortázar. –Pablo Neruda.
"In one kiss you'll know all I haven't said." -Pablo Neruda
For love, as life haunts us it is simply a high wave on wave, but when death comes knocking at the door There is only your look for both vacuum your just not being clear to follow, only your love to close the shade. Pablo Neruda
Naked, you are simple as one of your hands, Smooth, earthy, small, transparent, round: You have moonlines, applepathways: Naked, you are slender as a naked grain of wheat. Naked, you are blue as the night in Cuba; You have vines and stars in your hair; Naked, you are spacious and yellow As summer in a golden church. Naked, you are tiny as one of your nails, Curved, subtle, rosy, till the day is born And you withdraw to the underground world, as if down a long tunnel of clothing and of chores: Your clear light dims, gets dressed, drops its leaves, And becomes a naked hand again. Pablo Neruda
Pablo Neruda - Ode to Clothes Every morning you wait, clothes, over a chair, to fill yourself with my vanity, my love, my hope, my body. Barely risen from sleep, I relinquish the water, enter your sleeves, my legs look for the hollows of your legs, and so embraced by your indefatigable faithfulness I rise, to tread the grass, enter poetry, consider through the windows, the things, the men, the women, the deeds and the fights go on forming me, go on making me face things working my hands, opening my eyes, using my mouth, and so, clothes, I too go forming you, extending your elbows, snapping your threads, and so your life expands in the image of my life. In the wind you billow and snap as if you were my soul, at bad times you cling to my bones, vacant, for the night, darkness, sleep populate with their phantoms your wings and mine. I wonder if one day a bullet from the enemy will leave you stained with my blood and then you will die with me or one day not quite so dramatic but simple, you will fall ill, clo ...
"Focus your attention on your heart center. Imagine energy drawing up through your body from the earth and emanating from your heart center." - Pablo Neruda :)
Gil Groff shared Lane Stonecypher's status. 23 minutes ago List 25 great books you have read... Rules: Don't take too long to think about it. 25 books you've read that will always stick with you, in no particular order. First 25 you can recall in no more than 25 minutes. Put the list on your timeline and help promote the joy of reading. Paste your list here too...I am interested in what you read 1.Man’s Search for Meaning, Viktor Frankl 2. The Prophet, Khalil Gibran 3. Veinte Poemas De Amor, Pablo Neruda 4. Broca’s Brain, Carl Sagan 5. Little Big Man, Thomas Berger 6. A Brief History of TMy 25:ime, Stephen Hawkings 7. When Bad Things Happen To Good People, Rabbi Kushner 8. The Seven Storey Mountain, Thomas Merton 9. A Confederacy of Dunces, John Kennedy Toole 10. Music for Chameleons, Truman Capote 11. A Place To Come To, Robert Penn Warren 12. The Kama Sutra 13. The Complete Rhyming Dictionary, Clement Wood (1936) 14. The Golden Sayings of Epictetus 15. To Kill A Mockingbird, Harper Lee 16. The Grape ...
Neruda - The world is a better place because of his poetry. Let's not make this political. Genius is genius, communist or not.
Long day at work... Time for a glass of wine and some Pablo Neruda.
Ode to a lemon - Pablo neruda From blossoms released by the moonlight, from an aroma of exasperated love, steeped in fragrance, yellowness drifted from the lemon tree, and from its plantarium lemons descended to the earth. Tender yield! The coasts, the markets glowed with light, with unrefined gold; we opened two halves of a miracle, congealed acid trickled from the hemispheres of a star, the most intense liqueur of nature, unique, vivid, concentrated, born of the cool, fresh lemon, of its fragrant house, its acid, secret symmetry. Knives sliced a small cathedral in the lemon, the concealed apse, opened, revealed acid stained glass, drops oozed topaz, altars, cool architecture. So, when you hold the hemisphere of a cut lemon above your plate, you spill a universe of gold, a yellow goblet of miracles, a fragrant nipple of the earth's breast, a ray of light that was made fruit, the minute fire of a planet.
Here I Love You - A poem by Pablo Neruda. About the poem - This is a very passionate poem by pablo neruda where the poet is not ambiguous but very open about...
This Sunday 2 to 4 is my most favorite poetry event. A special poet is the headliner and we can all sign up for open-mike. Here is the information for this Sunday: • Poet/Speak Open Reading with featured reader Rudy Calderón. Sunday, June 15, 2:00 to 4:00 PM, Santa Cruz Main Library upstairs Meeting Room, 224 Church St., Santa Cruz. [ map ] Open reading signup starts about 1:50. All ages welcome. Read your own or a favorite poem. 3-to-5-minute limit. Free. Hosted by Jim Russo. Presented by Poetry Santa Cruz. Rudy Calderón was born in the metropolis of Los Angeles, CA but raised in Santa María, CA. He completed his university training in history and graduated from California State University Bakersfield in 2001. He began publishing his poetry in 2003 after reading the works of the Chilean poet Pablo Neruda. In 2004 he was invited to read at the 2004 Latino Family and Book Festival hosted by actor and social activist Edward James Olmos. Calderón’s books have been required readings at Cal Poly San Lu ...
Bill Kaulitz Instagram - golden days Pablo Neruda hidden treasure - found this old hat hiding in my closet.
Desperately looking for a Pablo Neruda or E.E. Cummings poem collection and an original Grimm's fairy tales collection.
Javier Bardem and Benicio del Toro eventual casting for next Pablo Neruda biopic directed by chilean Pablo Larrain
yes! I spent a summer in Viña del Mar going to the university in Valparaiso. Oh and go to as many of Pablo Neruda's houses a u can!
from The Last Poets to Gil Scott-Heron to Amiri Baraka to Sonia Sanchez to Pablo Neruda to Maya Angelou to Sunni Patterson. I DO THIS!.
"Brooklyn, Brooklyn take me in... are you aware of the shape I'm in"-- I & Love & You (The Avett Brothers) I have been looking forward to this day: Reading interesting articles with my mocha, talking to my love (he is patient with my ramblings of said articles & appreciates my Pablo Neruda poems)... pancakes & Avett brothers songs. Quiet for a few more hours. :)
The rules are: name 15 authors and poets who have most influenced you, at least those you can think of in 15 minutes or less. Then tag 15 people whose influences you would like to hear as well (include me because I want to know as well). Sam Shepard, Tony Kushner, bell hooks, e.e. cummings, Alice Walker, David Foster Wallace, Kate Chopin, Kurt Vonnegut, J.D. Salinger, L. Frank Baum, Pablo Neruda, James Michener, Yevgeny Zamyatin, George Orwell, Steve Roggenbuck Kyle Muntz Carl Garcia Kate Hagen Jack McDonald Marc Wilkinson Jamey Strathman Edward Brettell Hannah Lee Harper Sulier Rod Naquin Kacey Meyer Angelica Jade Bastién Jeffrey Jon Smith Max Gould-Meisel Rachel Susko
My fav poet is Pablo Neruda and Alexander Pushkin.
I'm told Pablo Neruda and Federico Garcia-Lorca are good
Just went to the house of poet and Nobel Peace Prize winner Pablo Neruda >FUN FACTS>>> Neruda was born…
"I love your feet because they have wandered over the earth and through the wind and water until they brought you to me." -Pablo Neruda
Coun. Dave Stockdale is Pablo Neruda, our Václav Havel. His poetry is all the sunlight needs.
Through a Closed Mouth the Flies Enter. by Pablo Neruda. translated from the Spanish by Stephen Mitchell. Why with...
“Yours is the light by which my spirit's born: - you are my sun, my moon, and all my stars.” ― E.E. Cummings “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, its rays all silvered, and time and again the darkness would be broken by the crash of a wave, and every day on the balcony of the sea, wings open, fire is born, and everything is blue again like morning. ” ― Pablo Neruda “They can be like the sun, words. They can do for the heart what light can for a field.” ― Juan de la Cruz, The Poems of St. John of the Cross “It is hard to be angry when one has seen the sun rise,' she said. It seems to be true,' he admitted. 'I wonder why.' Because it makes one feel so small and insignificant. It has been rising forever and will rise forever no matter what we do or do not do. All our problems are as nothing to the sun.” ― David Gemmell, Sword in the Storm “Do you see that out there? The strange, u ...
I think of you as Pablo Neruda and Hope Sandoval's love child..
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actually my favorite is Pablo Neruda's I do not love you. And anything Maya Angelo.
I swear to god Pablo Neruda has a poem for every situation about love in my life
Something about seashells attracts poets ... Pablo Neruda kept a collection of them, as did William Wordsworth, C.P. Cavafy, and Walt Whitman; all wrote about the wonders of malacology. The French symbolist poet Paul Valéry (1871-1945) joins their number with this short yet graceful essay on these "privileged objects" that "present us with a strange union of ideas: order and fantasy, invention and necessity, law and exception." At turns he likens the forms of poetry to those of shells and the shell itself to poor Yorick's skull, which set Hamlet to wondering about matters of life and death. The noted American poet Mary Oliver provides an introduction. Henri Mondor's pencil illustrations are an added pleasure. --Gregory McNamee
Finally! A glass of Cupcake Chardonnay and a chance to read Cunningham's, "The Hours." Life is good. A library of signed first editions and I just look at them. What a waste. I can't even begin say what work I loved the most. Sara Teasdale,Robert Frost, Carl Sandburg, WBYeats, etc. it goes on and on. If you have a query ask me. I have no Pablo Neruda unfortunately. Stephen King, Michael Connely, Dan Simmons, no Ayn Rand.I hope you understand, Life is short live your dream.
Read some of Pablo Neruda's work and he makes me cringe, so I'm not exactly thrilled when I see people posting love-related quotes by him.
Happy Valentine's Day! Here is my Valentine for you. One of my favorite kinds of love is sock love. It's why I give all my Recognize International Academy kids SOCKS for Christmas. It's a warm kind of love. In this cold week, it is appropriate we read a Valentine ODE TO MY SOCKS by Pablo Neruda. Ode to My Socks Mara Mori brought me a pair of socks which she knitted herself with her sheepherder's hands, two socks as soft as rabbits. I slipped my feet into them as if they were two cases knitted with threads of twilight and goatskin, Violent socks, my feet were two fish made of wool, two long sharks sea blue, shot through by one golden thread, two immense blackbirds, two cannons, my feet were honored in this way by these heavenly socks. They were so handsome for the first time my feet seemed to me unacceptable like two decrepit firemen, firemen unworthy of that woven fire, of those glowing socks. Nevertheless, I resisted the sharp temptation to save them somewhere as schoolboys keep fireflies, as learned men ...
Friday and I'm grateful for: A sense of humor - a saving grace in the toughest times. If I can still laugh, then it's all good. Discovering the writings of Pablo Neruda, Gabriel Garcia Marquez, Anais Nin and Nikki Giovanni in the dusty aisles of the old Cody's books on Telegraph. I fell in love with the beauty and lyricism of their words. Wisdom of moms - Nanay and all the extraordinary women around me who hold it down for their families A teachable mind and heart - living and learning all the time
Most recent customer didn't know the quote and said they grew up in Latin America. We then discussed the authors they read growing up - Gabriel Garcia Marquez, Pablo Neruda, Jorge Luis Borges and Tolstoy.
I just really like Pablo Neruda and if that just confirms that I am the exact female version of Ted Mosby that's fine.
Looking through Hamp Life at the different book groups and offerings is pretty depressing for someone committed and curious about global literature and diverse voices. And endless stream of white authors and a world of white rice, mayo, and Wonderbread. I wonder about some people: dont you ever want to get out of your comfort zone and try someone like Toni Morrison or Haruki Murakami or Pablo Neruda, or Hannan Al Shaykh ( a fine Lebanese writer)? Or to be fair, maybe you have no idea such writers exist because your high school ENglish departments And your college English classes focues on "the classics" ( read the "canon" of exclusively 999 percent white authors ( some of whom are admittedly fabulous) yet all are American with a sprinkling of European countries, mainly England, France, England, Germany, England, Russia, England, Italy, England, and Greece. And we cant really call these readers Eurocentrists because about half of Europe- all of Scandanavia ( possible exception of occasional Ibsen) and all ...
Foreign Film Night (Italian): "The Postman" ("Il Postino"), 1994/1995 Director: Michael Radford Date and Time: Thursday, January 23, 2014, at 6:30 pm Location: The Prendergast Library, Jamestown, NY Presenter: Michele L. Gerring, Ph.D. (ABD), French In this Academy Award-winning biographical and romantic comedy, the renowned Chilean poet, Pablo Neruda (Philippe Noiret), celebrated worldwide for his romantic poetry, helps a passionate but shy Italian mailman, Mario (Marco) Ruoppolo (Massimo Troisi), woo the woman of his dreams, Beatrice Russo (Maria Grazia Cucinotta), by reciting his love poems to her. When Pablo Neruda and his wife, Matilde (Anna Bonaiuto), leave the Italian fishing village where they meet Mario, for their native Chile, due to a change in their political status, Mario must deal with his memories associated with Neruda's stay in Italy, as well as negotiate his own relationship with love, poetry, and nature. In "The Postman," the scenic views in Italy inspire Neruda's poetry, and Neruda's p ...
Ok...reading check in time...I closed out 2013 by reading Louise Erdrich's "A Plague of Doves" very good story telling set in small town North Dakota...I also read Junot Diaz "This Is How You Lose Her". I like him more and more with each book of his I read. I also finished "You Deserve Nothing" by Alexander Maksik a very well written, albeit disturbing story about a teacher at an international school in Paris. December also found me finishing Richard Rohr's "Breathing Under Water" a spiritual examination of the twelve step program. Finally I am still winding my way through the collected works if Walt Whitman. I've been at uncle Walt for a while and I am invoking the words of Gordon Lisch "...for God's sake, read slow and writer slower still..." I am starting 2014 with one of the biographies written about Chilean poet/author Pablo Neruda. For all Neruda fans, I highly recommend "Neruda" by Volodia Teitelboim...Happy New Year, everyone!
"Compassion, to fashion, to passion when it's new To Sontag, to Sondheim, to anything taboo Ginsberg, Dylan, Cunningham and Cage Lenny Bruce, Langston Hughes, to the stage To Uta, to Buddha, Pablo Neruda, too"
A group of high schoolers used the office suite next door to practice drums and guitar yesterday, on my way out going home. They seem a bright, dedicated, hopeful group of young people. I'm listening to "Derezzed" by Daft Punk, and have a poetry book by Pablo Neruda, in its original Spanish, as a Christmas gift for my brother, arriving today from San Francisco. Merry Christmas, everyone!
Chant to Bolivar Our Father thou art in Heaven, in water, in air in all our silent and broad latitude everything bears your name, Father in our dwelling: your name raises sweetness in sugar cane Bolivar tin has a Bolivar gleam the Bolívar bird flies over the Bolivar volcano the potato, the saltpeter, the special shadows, the brooks, the phosphorous stone veins everything comes from your extinguished life your legacy was rivers, plains, bell towers your legacy is our daily bread, oh Father. - Pablo Neruda
Finally answering the prompt on 10 books that stayed with me in some way. 1. Little House on the Prairie series, by Laura Ingalls. Read it in first grade. After growing up on fairytales, Laura Ingalls was the first female heroine who was strong, spunky and brave. 2. Love Sonnets of Pablo Neruda. Sweeps me off my feet each time. 3. Letters to a young Poet, by Rainier Maria Rilke. Good advice on writing...and loving. 4. Pilgrim at Tinker Creek, by Annie Dillard. Breathtaking prose. 5. Sandman Series, Neil Gaiman. Amazing. 6. Myth of the Cave, excerpt from Plato. Made me shift to Philosophy. 7. The Joy Diet, Martha Beck. Life changing. Yam Roxas Dela Cruz, you should read this! 8. Making Faces, Kevin Aucoin. Taught me basics of makeup. 9. Coplestone's History of Philosophy. Well written series and totally opened my mind on how to see things in different ways. 10. Calvin and Hobbes series. Funny, poignant, and often wise.
“We the mortals touch the metals, the wind, the ocean shores, the stones... knowing they will go on, inert or burning... and I was discovering, naming all these things: it was my destiny to Love and then say goodbye.” - Pablo Neruda
I was reading Pablo Neruda and playing Estoof's classical guitar in Niole's room sipping beer and visiting JuJu.
Welcome to Lit Citizen Thursday! Today's guest poster is former contributor Denise Rodriguez. Read about which writers, in their "intense passion," help shape her into the poet she is today: People are often surprised when I tell them that the origins of much of my poetic inspiration are Sandra Cisneros, Pablo Neruda, and Charles Bukowski. Each of these poets came to me at different times in my young adult life, but they are still poets I revisit often. I never thought it was strange that these very different voices all spoke to me. To me they spoke the same, not content wise, but with intense passion. I remember waking up in the middle of the night feeling an emptiness or sense of desperation and flipping through pages of poetry. I would read until I felt quenched then languidly fall back to sleep. I am grateful for those early experiences when their souls spoke to mine by lamplight. They taught me that the human experience is truly universal and showed me how it could be shaped into words. Bio: Denise R ...
*Sophocles, Oedipus the King *Toni Morrison, Beloved *Henrik Ibsen, A Doll's House **Anything Edgar Allan Poe but I favor "Tell Tale Heart" *Emily Bronte, Wuthering Heights ***Pablo Neruda (all Poems) such as I Crave Your Mouth, Your Voice, Your Hair... But only when read in Spanish *Laura Esquivel, Como Agua Para Chocolate (like water for chocolate) **Isabel Allende, La Casa de Los Espiritus **"The Glass Manegerie"... It escapes me who wrote that play at the moment. -And cliche but truly remarkably written: ***Shakespeare, "Romeo and Juliette" Some of my faves.. Which one are yours?
Faiz Ahmed Faiz (1911-1984),a communist,marxist revolutionary poet was one of the leading poets of Pakistan. Listed four times for the Nobel Prize of Poetry,but refused by the nobility of the noblest, he was often compared to his friend Pablo Neruda, revolutionary poet and Nobel Prize winner, of Chile. Of Faiz’s multifaceted personality, which led him to become, amongst other things, an activist for proletariat rights and their liberty from oppression of elite, a famous journalist and editor of literary magazines, a trade unionist, it is his poetry which will, no doubt, best survive the test of time. Apart from inventing the modern Urdu love poem, Faiz revolutionized the classical form of Urdu poetry, the Ghazal, giving it a powerful socio-political resonance. He used ancient forms of poetry, such as the Qawwali and the Geet, to convey his message of humanism without reference to caste, colour or creed. Faiz, a Marxist, was born in Sialkot in India in 1911, He joined the newly formed Progressive Writer ...
White Bee, You buzz in my soul, drunk with honey,. And your flight winds in slow spirals of smoke. ~Pablo Neruda
Love is a journey with water and stars; love is a clash of lightnings, two bodies subdued by one honey. -Pablo Neruda
This film and its accompanying soundtrack are perfect. Il Postino for me is a close 2nd and with the poetry of Pablo Neruda
I am thankful for Pablo Neruda, Stephen Fry, Tom Waits, Richard Feynman, and Kurt Vonnegut, not to mention Southbank, Amsterdam, and beach bars in Warnemunde. It would also be wrong to leave out Lucky Strikes, Laphroaig, epic sex, frozen pizzas, bookstores, dinosaur bones, heavy pours, Ben and Jerry's, atheism, open highways, broken Oyster card readers, yellowed pages, considerate drug dealers, "mates rates", Zippos, hallucinogenic discourse, Skype, sushi, Daniel Burnham, chinchillas, the ability to fall in love more than once, and dishwashers. Enjoy the tryptophan. x
You are like nobody since I love you- pablo neruda
To My Husband: Sam Harvey ( I know I suggested a pedicure but, I will look at the bright side) I love your feet Only because they walked upon the earth and upon the wind and upon the waters, until they found me. *Pablo Neruda-your feet-*
says, ayo, why can I only find this *** Pablo Neruda poem in Italian. Google translate *** 9 days, bruh.
"We need to sit on the rim Of the well of darkness And fish for fallen light With patience." 2/2 - Pablo Neruda
cari info deh ttg buku judulnya '100 love sonnets' by pablo neruda. I know you'll love it. Goodnight anns!
Love. how many roads up to a kiss. what loneliness wandering to your company! Pablo Neruda
I've read a few poems of Pablo Neruda. He definitely has a way with words.
For those who think they know what love is: Read Ahmad Ghazzali, Pablo Neruda, Nazir Qabbani and Hafez.
“One breathes . the change. of borders,. from humidity to wind,. from wind to roots.”. - Pablo Neruda
“Poetry is an act of peace. Peace goes into the making of a poet as flour goes into the making of bread.” Pablo Neruda
“The books that help you most are those which make you think that most. The hardest way of learning is that of easy reading.” – Pablo Neruda
I blame these poems by Pablo Neruda for my sleepless nights.
this is pablo neruda's poem.. am I right?
Sonnet XVII by Pablo Neruda - I do not love you as if you were salt-rose, or topaz, or the arrow of...
One Hundred Love Sonnets: XVII By Pablo Neruda - I don’t love you as if you were a rose of salt, topaz, ...
“Absence is a house so vast that inside you will pass through its walls and hang pictures on the air” - Pablo Neruda
Pablo Neruda's line about death going through the world disguised as a broom seems more and more wonderful the more I read it.
Visiting Pablo Neruda's modest home in Santiago - La Chascona - was one of the highlights of the city. Let...
"Poetry arrived in search of me." -- Pablo Neruda. Today poetry arrived in search of me, but of course I've been stalking it for ages.
I am familiar with the works of Pablo Neruda.
I found an old file a reading of Pablo Neruda's "Tonight I Can Write the Saddest Lines" on my ipod. . can't find who read it though T_T
“It’s difficult. to. be autumn,. easy to be spring.”. - Pablo Neruda
no one else will travel through the shadow with me , only you , evergreen , ever sun , ever moon. - "Sonnet LXXXI" by Pablo Neruda
I felt a pat on the face to get to the heart. Pablo Neruda
"Give me silence, water, hope. Give me struggle, iron, volcanoes." - Pablo Neruda
You are my replica of the multiplying universe. -Pablo Neruda
"My feet will want to walk to where you are sleeping, but I shall go on living." -Pablo Neruda
I considered getting Pablo Neruda's XVII sonnet somewhere on my body. . .
As part of a community writing assignment, I am supposed to reveal 9 things about myself that most of my friends won't know: 1) At age 5 in kindergarten, I memorized R.L. Stevenson's poem "Foreign Children". I thought it was elitist bunk, though I didn't know those terms at the time. 2) At age 6, I sailed across the Pacific on a Navy transport ship, crossed the International Date Line and got to meet King Neptune and his first mate Davey Jones. 3) At age 7, I knew about 30 phrases in Tagalog, had eaten a baluut, knew two Filipino folksongs, and could dance the tinikling. 4) As a Peace Corps Volunteer, I trained and certified over 100 young women in Standard First Aid. And I rewarded them all by giving disco dancing lessons afterward. 5) I took the First Place prize in the Anchorage Poetry Slam's Dead Poet competition four different times, appearing in costume and character as Pablo Neruda, Oscar Wilde, William Blake (channeled by Stevie Wonder), and Seamus Heaney. 6) I was introduced to Seamus Heaney ...
The family of the Nobel Prize-winning Chilean poet Pablo Neruda agrees to send his remains to a laboratory in the US…
Heard an interesting song fact today. If anyone is a fan of The Drifter's 'Save the Last Dance For Me', here is the fascinating origin to that song: The songwriting team of Doc Pomus and Mort Shuman wrote this song. In Lonely Avenue: The Unlikely Life & Times of Doc Pomus, Alex Halberstadt explains that one night, Pomus found a wedding invitation in a hatbox, and back came his most vivid memory from his wedding: watching his brother Raoul dance with his new wife while Doc, who had polio, sat in his wheelchair. Inspired, he stayed up all night writing the words to this song on the back of the invitation. Shuman had played him a soaring Latin melody that afternoon, and he wanted the words to sound like a poem translated into English - something along the lines of Pablo Neruda. By the second verse, a hint of jealousy and vulnerability creeps in with the lyrics, "If he asks if you're all alone, can he take you home, you must tell him no." Pomus ended his night of songwriting by writing down the words that wou ...
On this day in 1971, Chilean poet Pablo Neruda was awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature
How i wish James Franco can read few stanzas from Pablo Neruda or Khalil Gibran before i could put myself off to bed.
William Shakespeare, Voltaire, Victor Hugo, Leonardo da Vinci, Langston Hughes, Michelangelo, Chekhov, Aeschylus, Beethoven, Mikhail Baryshnikov, Bruce Lee, Muhammad Ali, Charles Dickens, Tolstoy, Isaac Asimov, Gabriel Garcia Marquez, Pablo Neruda, Martin Luther King Jr ... the list is endless of all the great men that didn't let societal boundaries dictate their existence. Real men possess psychological, emotional, and spiritual depths. It is bewildering to me how our society contradicts itself. Many of our most passionate, romantic, intense, & articulate artists of all time were male---and yet we live in a culture that sends out the message that men should not express emotions or feelings, or that men shouldn't be allowed to feel in fear it shows weakness or femininity.
Where's frantz fanon, where did they bury the soul of Steve Biko, can you please tell me where's Dr Dubois, Please my people have you an idea about the whereabout of federick douglas, maybe I lose the point but truelly I am looking for Malcom X and his master Elijah Muhammed. I'm losing my mind, can somebody tell me where can I find Sol Plaatjie or Dr kaunda, if you don't know then have you ever seen Wole Soyinka 'cause I need to have a word with him, Ok it's fine please look for Julias Nyerere or Sekou Toure before I dig up the grave of Patrice Lumumba. If people fail to tell me why can't I just look for Pablo Neruda or Tagore, write a love poem to God and tell him to realese Rumi before romance fade away, william shakespear is on the loose please catch him at the library, now I hope you all know where me and you can find the rest!
to let the wind grow within you as well. until the snow falls, until this day and all are one, the wind and the past, the cold falls finally we are alone, and finally we will be silent... - the Sea and the bells, Pablo Neruda
… My mouth is full of night and water. The abiding moon determines what I do not have. What I have is in the midst of the waves, a ray of water, a day for myself, an iron depth. … — Pablo Neruda
".. Cold flower heads are raining over my heart. Oh pit of debris, fierce cave of the shipwrecked. In you the wars and the flights accumulated. From you the wings of the song birds rose. You swallowed everything, like distance. Like the sea, like time. In you everything sank!" ~Pablo Neruda
Pablo Neruda ... I think he just broke through the psychology of faith...
To borrow from Pablo Neruda, "Tonight I can write the saddest lines."
Pablo Neruda is the most amazing poet. I hate poetry, and I could sit down and read his poems all day.
If I wake up crying it's only because in my dream I'm a lost child hunting through the leaves of the night for your hands. - Pablo Neruda
Si de pronto me olvidas, no me busques mas; que ya te habre olvidado... -pablo neruda
Rainy days are for love and warm hugs, so here I am... Pablo Neruda, tea & and my electric blanket.…
"Kalbi kırdıktan sonra gelen özür, doyduktan sonra sofraya gelen tuz gibidir. İhtiyaç kalmaz." Pablo Neruda "The apology after breaking his heart, is saturated, the salt from the table. Needed."
“Tomorrow we shall give them only a leaf from the tree of our love, a leaf that will fall upon the earth as if our lips had made it, like a kiss that falls from our invincible heights to show the fire and the tenderness of a true love.” — Pablo Neruda, closing lines to section 6 of “Ode and Burgeonings,” from The Captain’s Verses: The Love Poems (New Directions, 1952)
The smoke that roams, looking for a home will drift into me, choking my lost heart. - Pablo Neruda
is beautiful. If You Forget Me by Pablo Neruda. "You know how this is:. if I look at the crystal moon/ at...
If You Forget Me, poem by Pablo Neruda. Music : Samuel Barber, Adagio for Strings Just reciting : I want you to kn...
A Friendship Blessing May you be blessed with good friends. May you learn to be a good friend to yourself. May you be able to journey to that place in your soul where there is great love, warmth, feeling, and forgiveness. May this change you. May it transfigure that which is negative, distant, or cold in you. May you be brought in to the real passion, kinship, and affinity of belonging. May you treasure your friends. May you be good to them and may you be there for them; may they bring you all the blessing, challenges, truth, and light that you need for your journey. May you never be isolated. May you always be in the gentle nest of belonging with your anam ċara. The Anam Ċara In the Celtic tradition, there is a beautiful understanding of love and friendship. One of the fascinating ideas here is the idea of soul-love; the old Gaelic term for this is anam ċara. Anam is the Gaelic word for soul and ċara is the word for friend. So anam ċara in the Celtic world was the “soul friend.” In the early ...
Amo.gosto do novo...do desafio... do fora do habito...do inconsequente ..gosto de ler Pablo Neruda ...faz a gente sentir o gosto da vida !
he was and still is one of the most underrated poets, Pablo Neruda has some real great poetry!
"Tonight I can write the saddest lines." - Pablo Neruda
And now the time dedicated to my favorite poet Pablo Neruda .. this poem is called "Kiss"
"I want to fill my mouth with your name." - Pablo Neruda (via poetisch)
I seriously read Pablo Neruda poems & listen to Whitney Houston when I wanna simp, lol.
"...and suddenly i saw the heavens unfastened and open." Pablo Neruda
"...the first faint line, faint without substance, pure nonsense, pure wisdom, of someone who knows nothing..." Pablo Neruda
"Something started in my soul, fever or forgotten wings, and i made my own way, deciphering that fire, and wrote..." Pablo Neruda
Pablo Neruda on a rather lazy Sunday morning. Reconciliation with self, and all the estranged emotions and memories. . *Peace mode on*
“and you ripple, when I touch you, like a river.” Pablo Neruda “Ode With A Lament”
Pablo Neruda works are equally good!
Pablo Neruda is quite right. Love is brief, forgetting takes so long. Good night
"I shall stay alive,. because above all things. you wanted me untamable". The Dead Woman.
There are well over 100 poems carefully hand-painted on public walls throughout the city of Leiden, including works by Rimbaud, Shakespeare, Marina Tsvetaeva, e.e. cummings, Basho, Langston Hughes, Pablo Neruda, Sapho, Dylan Thomas, Derek Walcott, and William Butler Yeats.
Neruda: Selected Poems (English and Spanish Edition): In his long life as a poet, Pablo Neruda succeeded in be...
Pablo Neruda 1904–1973 COMPLIMENTS OF THE POETRY FOUNDATION Pablo Neruda “No writer of world renown is perhaps so little known to North Americans as Chilean poet Pablo Neruda,” observed New York Times Book Review critic Selden Rodman. Numerous critics have praised Neruda as the greatest poet writing in the Spanish language during his lifetime, although many readers in the United States have found it difficult to disassociate Neruda’s poetry from his fervent commitment to communism. An added difficulty lies in the fact that Neruda’s poetry is very hard to translate; his works available in English represent only a small portion of his total output. Nonetheless, declared John Leonard in the New York Times, Neruda “was, I think, one of the great ones, a Whitman of the South.” Born Ricardo Eliezer Neftali Reyes y Basoalto, Neruda adopted the pseudonym under which he would become famous while still in his early teens. He grew up in Temuco in the backwoods of southern Chile. Neruda’s literary dev ...
Reading Selected Poems, by Pablo Neruda: I raise my song to you
Pablo Neruda can write me a poem any day of the week.
I used to read poetry, some poems are really good. Langston Hughes, Maya Angelou, Pablo Neruda, Rudyard Kipling, Robert Frost etc. Powerful!
im gonna read some Pablo Neruda poems and go to sleep.
“I learned about life from life itself" -Pablo Neruda
2nd Grader Pablo Neruda working with two-word verbs.
Here's to hoping that I go to Chile soon and as soon as I arrive, Pablo Neruda will come back to life and fall deeply in love with me.
Today I went to a vineyard, the beach, and Pablo Neruda's house, and met some great people along the way!
Reading Selected Poems, by Pablo Neruda: Questions that insisted in the sand. Everything was empty, dead, mute, Fa...
“I like on the table, when we're speaking, the light of a bottle of intelligent wine.” Pablo Neruda, Chilean Poet.
Someone buy me a book full of poems by Robert Frost and Pablo Neruda. I would forever be happy.
Pablo Neruda: Happiness is inward, not outward, therefore, does not depend on what we have but what we are.
"There's a certain pleasure in madness, that only the mad know it."-Pablo Neruda
“There were thirst and hunger, and you were the fruit. There were grief and the ruins, and you were the miracle.” . ― Pablo Neruda
Oh god just read some Pablo Neruda on the radio. I just had an episode.
"I can tell you that I'm gonna do to you what the spring does with the cherry trees, but in a prison way. Pablo Neruda."
Only you and I,. Only you and I, my love,. Listen to it.” . ~Pablo Neruda
Photo: Pablo Neruda should’ve sidelined as an interior decorator
Photo: The perfect door at the Pablo Neruda house
What would you say if Pablo Neruda whizzed past you in a BMW convertible? - Poetry in Motion ;)
How did you come to conquer my soul? What brought you?” ― Pablo Neruda
No other one will travel the shadows with me, only you, eternal nature, eternal sun, eternal moon. Pablo Neruda
my love feeds on your love, beloved, and as long as you live it will be in your arms, without leaving mine. ~Pablo Neruda
Check out Factory Las Rozas (C/ de Pablo Neruda, Las Rozas de Madrid) on
response to the Pablo Neruda bit in : "we interrupt this broadcast for an urgent sharing of poetry."
I need the sea because it teaches me. ~Pablo Neruda
Pablo Neruda!!! You are now 9x cooler in my eyes than you al... — Aw. Thank you! :3 If only I knew who you were.
I'll bet Pablo Neruda's taste in poetry beats yours...sure beats mine...
>"Off all fires love is the only inexhaustible one. ~Pablo Neruda"try not to play with this fire.:-)
"Eating alone is very bitter, but not eating is deep, is hollow, brings thorns." Pablo Neruda
Oh love, rose made wet by mermaids and foams, fire that dances and climbs up the invisible stairs and awakens the blood... Pablo Neruda
'And now you're mine', beautiful translation of Pablo Neruda's LXXXI sonnet , read by Andy García and Julia...
Your caresses enfold me, like climbing. Vines on melancholy walls. . —Pablo Neruda
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