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Bird : A poem by Pablo Neruda

Bird It was passed from one bird to another, the whole gift of the day. The day went from flute to flute, went dressed in vegetation, in flights which opened a tunnel through the wind would pass to where birds ...

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Biography of Pablo Neruda

Pablo Neruda : Biography Diplomat, Poet (1904–1973) Pablo Neruda was a Nobel Prize–winning Chilean poet who was once called “the greatest poet of the 20th century in any language.” “Laughter is the language of the soul.” —Pablo Neruda Synopsis Born in Parral, ...

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Absence : A poem by Pablo Neruda

Absence I have scarcely left you When you go in me, crystalline, Or trembling, Or uneasy, wounded by me Or overwhelmed with love, as when your eyes Close upon the gift of life That without cease I give you. My ...

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A Lemon : A poem by Pablo Neruda

A Lemon Out of lemon flowers loosed on the moonlight, love’s lashed and insatiable essences, sodden with fragrance, the lemon tree’s yellow emerges, the lemons move down from the tree’s planetarium Delicate merchandise! The harbors are big with it- bazaars ...

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