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Elimde iki anahtar tutuyorum sankiBiri sevmek seni öbürü sevmemekbiri mutlulukm I have been mesmerized with the persona of Pablo Neruda since I saw the film version of Postman The Il Postino back in high school In that depiction Neruda is an exiled poet living in Italy during the rise of Mussolini while there befriends his mail carrier in a charming story Later having read many novels and memoirs by Isabel Allende I have been privileged to learn of her Chilean perspective of Neruda as the nation s poet laureate especially during Pinochet s 1973 coup d tat Yet until now I had not read any of the Nobel Laureate s poetry As I continue my summer of reading uality poetry collections I selected a side by side translated edition of 100 Love Sonnets and fell for the work of Neruda the poet100 Love Sonnets is a work in four parts each representing a time of day Each sonnet is written for Neruda s third wife Matilde Urrutia during the years of 1955 1957 The couple lived together until the poet s death in 1973 and Matilde passed away in 1985 The opening section Manana Morning speaks of Neruda s wooing of Maltide and comparing her to the fruits of the earth He writes of how the grain grew high in its harvest in you in good time the flour swelled as the dough rose doubling your breasts my love was the coal waiting ready in the earth Employing deeply sensuous language Neruda in the first thirty three sonnets hopes and prays that he can woo Matilde to live with him in Isla Negra his home overlooking the sea in central Chile With persuasive language the laureate speaks of his love for his home using descriptive colors like seafoam orange and gasoline rainbow and heavenly and sunken blues in attempts to get Matilde to enter his stunning seaside homeThe two middle sections Mediodia Afternoon and Tarde Evening describe a deep love between the couple Sonnet number forty four moved me as the laureate exclaims You must know that I do not love and that I love youI love you in order to begin to love you to start infinity again and never stop loving you So deep is their love that the language is extremely sensuous and charged with intimate images in each poem The love flows from these selections and one can only begin to imagine how deeply the couple care for one another Sonnet sixty two speaks of the couple s life in Isla Negra with multiple images to kissing and romantic interludes while comparing their love to the great rain from the South that falls daily and constantly begins their love anewNeruda alludes to how the couple would enjoy eternal love in death in his final section Noche Night Sonnet eighty five talks of autumn and nocturnal bodies and how perhaps the couple would be enjoined in an infinite night I would be remiss if I did not laud the translation by Stephen Tapscott Noting that North Americans shy away from expressing themselves romantically Tapscott desired to introduce them to a uality poet and selected Neruda pointing out that many Americans had already been familiar with the poet s political stance during the fall of the Allende government With Spanish and English side by side the English translation is seamless in that none of Neruda s sensuous words diminish in meaning in English I often found myself reading both the Spanish and English versions of the poems in order to fully appreciate both the depth of Neruda s work and uality of Tapscott s translationsAwarded the Nobel Prize in 1971 for his life s body of work 100 Love Sonnets is one of Pablo Neruda s crowning jewels Each sonnet is as stunning as the next as the poet fully declares his love for Matilde In a true labor of love each of the hundred sonnets is romantically charged sensuous and full of enamor and adoration for Matilde Also a love affair to the nation of Chile which Neruda refused to leave during the government overthrow many of these sonnets speak of the love of a nation than of a female lover Each sonnet is truly a work of love by a 20th century poetry giant which I rate a full five stars

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Utsuzluk; bir yazgı ihtimali öbürüİki ihtimali var aşkımın seni severkenBu It was one of those days The kids flooded the bathroom the cat vomited on my carpet a toothbrush got lodged down the drain One of those days It was not a day to start a Sarah Vowell book about the beginnings of Hawaii No not today Today I grabbed the bottle of Sangria and sat down with this Again I have to thank Goodreads for introducing me to Bells shout out to Bells Woot Woot who introduced me to Pablo Imagine living my whole life and not knowing Pablo The horrorThere is a reason that middle aged women find abstinent shiny vampires attractive We are tired We have lost the inspiration and cling to the notion of everlasting love like spanx We are what we are I will admit that I was duped by that Edward With all his Do you truly believe that you care for me than I do for you crap Yes we are faulty We want to hear that stuff We also want to hear that you loved Duran Duran and that Say Anything was your favorite movie of all time We clear GoodWhere was I Oh yeah pouring another glass of Sangria and talking about Pablo Okay Pablo with his baldness and his Alfred Hitchcockian body Pablo would take Edward down No stake needed my friend Oh my dearest I could not love you soBut when I hold you I hold everything that is Sand time the tree of the rain Everything is alive so that I can be aliveWithout moving I can see it all In your life I see everything that livesHellz to the Yeah That s the stuff Whoo Pablo Pablo he s our man Okay he s Matilda Uruttia s man but eh semantics Imagine 100 love sonnets For one woman Swoon And it s not like you have to look for lines like the one above It s every frickin page I just fall deeper and deeper I drink and my eyes water Yes you are exactly my brand of heroinOh Eddie silly you Give it up Go awayThis is part of Pablo s dedication When I set this task for myself I knew very well that down the right sides of sonnets with elegant discriminating taste poets of all times have arranged rhymes that sound like silver or crystal or cannon fire But with great humility I made these sonnets out of wood I gave them the sound of that opaue pure substance and this is how they should reach your ears Now that I have declared the foundations of my life I surrender this century to you wooden sonnets that rise only because you gave them life Can you imagine living with that We all crave that crazy new found love feeling right Be honest There s nothing like that rush but imagine a full grown fleshed out downright dedication of life Suddenly it s not about the adrenaline it s about the stamina Pablo divides his sonnets into four sections Morning Afternoon Evening and Night And isn t that the kicker The words so powerful that you feel each time you age with him you are his day Lucky lucky woman that Matilda Morning I crave your mouth your voice your hairsilent and starving I prowl through the streetsBread does not nourish me dawn disrupts me all dayI hunt for the liuid measure of your steps Afternoon So that I am like a scorched rockthat suddenly sings when you are near because it drinksthe water you carry from the forest in your voiceEvening I need the light of your energy I looked around devouring hopeI watched the void without you that is like a house nothing left but tragic windowsNight No one else Love will sleep in my dreams you will go We will go together over the waters of timeNo one else will travel through the shadows with me Only you evergreen ever sun ever moonYour hands have already opened their delicate fistsAnd let their soft drifting signs drop away Your eyes closed like two gray wings and I moveAfter following the folding water you carry that carries Me away The night the word the wind spin out their destinyWithout you I am your dream only that and that is allIt s hard to write a review of Pablo without totally uoting Pablo You have to experience him I feel like I m cheating with this one I will end with just this I hope everyone finds their Pablo I hope everyone opens their eyes and sees their Pablo

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Ndandır seni sevmediğim zaman da sevmekbundandır seni sevdiğim zaman da sevmek I made these sonnets out of wood I gave them the sound of that opaue pure substance and that is how they should reach your ears Walking in forests or on beaches along hidden lakes in latitudes sprinkled with ashes you and I have picked up pieces of pure bark pieces of wood subject to the comings and goings of water and the weather Out of such softened relics then with hatchet and machete and pocketknife I built up these lumber piles of love and with fourteen boards each I built little houses so that your eyes which I adore and sing to might live in them Now that I have declared the foundations of my love I surrender this century to you wooden sonnets that rise only because you gave them lifeWhoever loved as we did Let us huntfor the ancient cinders of a heart that burnedand make our kisses fall one by onetill that empty flower rises againLet us love the love that consumed its fruit and wentdown its image and its power into the earthyou and I are the light that enduresits irrevocable delicate thornBring to that love entombed by so much cold timeby snow and spring by oblivion and autumnthe light of a new apple lightof a freshness opened by a new woundlike that ancient love that passes in silencethrough an eternity of buried mouths


10 thoughts on “Cien sonetos de amor

  1. says:

    I have been mesmerized with the persona of Pablo Neruda since I saw the film version of Postman The Il Postino back in high school In that depiction Neruda is an exiled poet living in Italy during the rise of Mussolini while there befriends his mail carrier in a charming story Later having read many novels and memoirs by

  2. says:

    When I got tired of copying love poems from the Chinese and Japanese into urgent wretched note cards to lovers who were una

  3. says:

    I really sometimes wonder if I love right love correctly or if I love at all and am not just miming what I think what I want I feel For me I love all at once I fall very fast but rarely I will go long loveless periods through life happy and unthinking of what passions I am missing unenvious of people paired in love like a bright new boat at sea not thinking at all of the harbor And suddenly in a lightning flash

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    It was one of those days The kids flooded the bathroom the cat vomited on my carpet a toothbrush got lodged down the drain One of those days It was not a day to start a Sarah Vowell book about the beginnings of Hawaii No not today Today I grab

  5. says:

    My comment would be 'written on the wings of butterflies'I want you to knowone thingYou know how this isif I loo

  6. says:

    I do not love you as if you were salt rose or topazor the arrow of carnations the fire shoots offI love you as certain dark things are to be lovedin secret between the shadows and soulI love you as the plant that never bloomsbut carries in itself the light of hidden flowers;thanks to your love a certain solid fragrancerisen from the earth lives darkly in my bodyI love without knowing how or when or from whereI love you straightfo

  7. says:

    8510I have been consuming poetry in the last few months at an inordinate rate I enter phases cycles in my life where it's easier to read poetry than prose; importantly where my life demands poetry than it does pro

  8. says:

    5 Stunning Stars I was utterly swept away by the beauty of these love sonnetsSomeone had sent me a uote from one of them I fell in love with itand just had to read I love you without knowing how or when or from whereI love you straightforwardly without complexities or prideso I love you because I know no other way than thiswhere I

  9. says:

    I made these sonnets out of wood;

  10. says:

    and to me she uoted himno one else love will sleep in my dreams you will gowe will go together over the waters of timeno on

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