Love Poems Pablo Neruda

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Original title: Poemas de amor.

Title of this edition: Poemas de amor.

Author: Pablo Neruda.

Gender: Poems.

Saga: —

Editorial: Austral.

Edition year: 1, 2013.

Prizes: …

Synopsis [Warning: Spoiler]: Basically this book is dedicated to the love of a few women. It speaks about the beginning, the wait, the passion and the end of love.

Personal Review:  This book is a gift from a friend. She send it to me because…. because I spend too much time with physics, gamimg and science fiction. I think it was a good time.

The book has what I can call good loving and bad loving. Good loving is when he speaks about good feelings, loving the girls, being with them, enjoying the passion. Bad loving is when he recreates on despair and lost love.

Fortunately, it has more poems about good love and good memories than bad ones.

I’m not very good with poetry, so I’m not going to make a review… just show the poem I like the most (I don’t have translation, sorry for those who don’t read Spanish).

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Mi fea, eres una castaña despeinada,
mi bella, eres hermosa como el viento,
mi fea, de tu boca se pueden hacer dos,
mi bella, son tus besos frescos como sandías.

Mi fea, dónde están escondidos tus senos?
Son mínimos como dos copas de trigo.
Me gustaría verte dos lunas en el pecho:
las gigantescas torres de tu soberanía.

Mi fea, el mar no tiene tus uñas en su tienda,
mi bella, flor a flor, estrella por estrella,
ola por ola, amor, he contado tu cuerpo:

mi fea, te amo por tu cintura de oro,
mi bella, te amo por una arruga en tu frente,
amor, te amo por clara y por oscura.

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