goodbyes

PABLO NERUDA
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  1. This must be from The Sea and The Bells, his final collection. (is it?)

    It’s a favorite of mine – though I can’t remember it’s exact contents. I must have read every collection…

    One thign I do remember: he said he wrote Sea and the Bells by pulling “one dream out of another”. It’s a phrase I’ve though of often – though I’m not at the end of my life (hopefully) -I feel like our current incarnations end often.

    Another one is in there some where we just have to look around to find it.

  2. i know it’s def from later in his life but i’m not sure which collection. love that phrase. thanks for sharing it.

  3. Oh, this brings me back to my high school days when I immersed myself in his poetry.