By Pablo Neruda
Cúspide, desde l. a. perspectiva de l. a. plenitud de l. a. edad, de l. a. poesía amorosa nerudiana, estos Cien sonetos de amor sorprenden ante todo por el contraste entre l. a. palpitación de los angeles palabra y l. a. imagen, y los angeles deliberada elección de una desnudez que rehúye los prestigios sonoros o constructivos del soneto clásico. «Con mucha humildad—escribe Neruda—hice estos sonetos de madera, les di esta opaca y pura substancia», que contrapone a las «rimas que sonaron como platería, cristal o cañonazo» de los poetas que anteriormente abordaron el soneto. Del mismo modo, es evitado el principio del mantenimiento de un patrón métrico y rítmico invariable, y, con mayor razón todavía, l. a. estructura silogística y simétrica en los angeles exposición de lo contenido en cuartetos y tercetos. Pero este despojamiento voluntario es un medio para dejar expedita los angeles más soberana libertad en los angeles visión: se conquista una nueva y poderosa cohesión, l. a. de una palabra de tierra, agua, aire y llama, los angeles de una voz que es el steel y el elemento y oye el latido de un mundo en el latido del cuerpo amado. Himno a lo tangible, el amor en Neruda es también vía de acceso a los angeles fusión con el núcleo último donde l. a. conciencia reconoce su ser en el ser del mundo.
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So surely I could tear my darling’s hair and mangle It? Yet it lay so lovely in a tangle. In her own way, she glowed like Atalanta when With windblown hair she hunted through the glen. And Ariadne, too, who wept when the headstrong South wind blew Theseus and his sails headlong. Cassandra, too (but she wore headbands)—she who threw Herself upon Minerva’s mercy. Who Then failed to call me mad barbarian? My dear One stood in silence, trembling in her fear. Her bloodied face reproached me as she held her peace, Though still accusing (tears found their release).
I don’t ask much—just leave the door ajar a crack So I can slip in sideways—and get back. There’s been so much hard love of late that now, I’m thin Enough and light enough to wriggle in. And that’s what’s taught me how to tip-toe past the guard: Love’s suffering. Love makes footsteps soft, not hard. There was a time when every phantom caused me fright; I was amazed that men went out at night. Then Cupid, with his tender mother, laughed at me. ” And presto! Love walked in. Now, flighty nighttime spirit, Or knife that threatens doom, I just don’t fear it.
My errant soul stands healed. Your beauty strikes; my eyes no longer yield. Why have I changed, you ask? Because you make men buy You gifts. Now you displease, and that is why. While you were guileless, you were loved, body and soul; Your heart now makes your beauty pay its toll. Dear, Love’s a little child; He can’t be lewd Like us. He’s innocent, despite he’s nude. So why should Cupid sell himself as prostitute? No garments mean no pockets for the loot! Venus and Son are far from fit to join the fray; 5 10 15 book i Such peaceful gods deserve no soldier’s pay.