Tonight I Can Write the Saddest Lines – Pablo Neruda (This Will Make You Cry)

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Read by Shane Morris

Pablo Neruda was a Nobel Prize winning poet and much adored Chilean diplomat (1904-1973).

Within the lines of this love poem, Pablo Neruda describes how easy it is for him to write the “saddest lines” as he sits in a state of despair, struggling with his newfound loneliness after the loss of his girlfriend.

In the end, Neruda says that these lines serve as his last goodbye to his beloved.

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  1. “Don’t do with love what a child does with his balloon. Once he has it, he doesn’t care. Once it’s gone, he cries.”

    – Pablo Neruda

  2. And how this comes right at the moment I was asking myself again the question: Is love an illusion? No. Love is gratitude and the gratitude of having been in a reciprocating affair…

    Until your heart is stolen and whisked off by the fallout of despair.

    I will always love you and there’s nothing you can do about it

  3. “Strength is Life, Weakness is Death. Expansion is Life, Contraction is Death. Love is Life, Hatred is Death.” ― “

  4. As a Chilean I can only say that it was a pleasant surprise to see Neruda here. 🇨🇱

  5. I’ve just learnt that you can’t love someone if you don’t love yourself. I’m now waiting to be able to say I no longer love her as I start to learn to love myself

  6. Love this one. Thank you ❤️ We write in ⏰’s that never die , that live on ,in our souls.

  7. “It’s better to have loved and lost, than never to have loved at all”…

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