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#Pablo Neruda
metamorphesque · 26 days ago
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“Where does such tenderness come from?”
1.Marina Tsvetaeva / 2.open house 1998 / 3.Sylvia Plath / 4.Joseph Lorusso / 5.Pablo Neruda / 6.Malcolm T. Liepke / 7.Ocean Vuong / 8.Joseph Lorusso / 9.Richard Siken / 10.Ron Hicks / 11.Mary Ann Samyn / 12.Ron Hicks / 13.May Sarton / 14.Joseph Lorusso / 15.Ivan Malkovych / 16.Ocean Vuong / 17.Breathless, Godard, 1960 / 18.Boris Pasternak / 19.Holly Warburton / 20.Mary Jo Bang / 21.Holly Warburton / 22.Susan Sontag
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commasofcare · 2 months ago
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“I’ve hoarded your name in my mouth for months. My throat is a beehive pitched in the river. Look! Look how long this love can hold its breath.”
Tennessee Williams, from The Vine // Gulzar // Joy Ladin, from Forgetting // Andrés Neuman, from Delivery // Violette Leduc, from Thérèse and Isabelle, tr. by Sophie Lewis // Pablo Neruda, from Ode to an Apple // Richard Siken, from Saying Your Names // Carol Ann Duffy, from Name // Richard Siken, from Saying Your Names
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restos-de-poesia · a month ago
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Me enamoré de la vida, es la única que no me dejará sin antes yo hacerlo.
Pablo Neruda.
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enthymesis · 3 months ago
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Pablo Neruda, from “Tonight I Can Write”; translated by W.S. Merwin
Text ID: Tonight I can write the saddest lines. / I loved her, and sometimes she loved me too.
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aconissa · 3 months ago
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TO BIND, TO MERGE, TO MELT IN LOVE
Franz Kafka, Letters to Milena Plato, Symposium René Magritte, The Lovers II (1928) Iris Murdoch, The Message to the Planet Anaïs Nin to June Miller, February 1932 Robert Mapplethorpe, White Gauze (1984) Jeanette Winterson, Written On the Body Edvard Munch, The Kiss (1895) Pablo Neruda, ‘Sonnet XVII’ Rainer Maria Rilke, The Book of Hours
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bnmxfld · 2 years ago
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Pablo Neruda / Tonight I Can Write The Saddest Lines
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amargedom · 3 years ago
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You can cut all the flowers but you cannot keep Spring from coming.
Pablo Neruda
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crimsonkismet · 2 years ago
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Pablo Neruda, Twenty Love Poems and a Song of Despair (1924)
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amargedom · 3 years ago
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You can cut all the flowers but you cannot keep Spring from coming.
Pablo Neruda
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novice-at-play · 3 years ago
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“By night, beloved, tie your heart to mine and let them both in dreams defeat the darkness” ~Pablo Neruda, 100 Love Sonnets
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crimsonkismet · 2 years ago
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Pablo Neruda, Twenty Love Poems and a Song of Despair (1924)
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amargedom · 3 years ago
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You can cut all the flowers but you cannot keep Spring from coming.
Pablo Neruda
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memoryslandscape · 3 years ago
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Love, love, until the night collapses
Pablo Neruda, from section VIII of “The Heights of Macchu Picchu,” trans. Nathaniel Tarn, Selected Poems (Houghton Mifflin, 1990)
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unchildhood · 2 years ago
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PABLO NERUDA x MARINA ABRAMOVIĆ
‘October Fullness’ from The Essential Neruda: Selected Poems (1979), edited by Mark Eisner;
Cleaning the Mirror #1 (1995), five-channel video installation with stacked monitors, with sound, 112” x 24.5” x 19” overall
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starmaps · 2 years ago
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Everything you do is full of flowers,
Pablo Neruda, Sonnet XXXIV (You Are The Daughter of the Sea)
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