Pablo Neruda

Fourth annual Valentine’s Day poem blitz

Every Valentine’s Day I brainstorm for places that romantically-inclined or romantically-averse folks might congregate as they prepare for the holiday or prepare to avoid it. In the past I’ve left love poems in a chocolate store, post office, senior citizen’s home, a food court, a lonely-looking motel, the floral department of a grocery store. Now in my […]

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Unglued-a over Neruda

  Ode to Age   by Pablo Neruda   I don’t believe in age.   All old people carry in their eyes, a child, and children, at times observe us with the eyes of wise ancients.   Shall we measure life in meters or kilometers or months? How far since you were born? How long […]

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