Friday, January 3, 2003

Ode To Sadness Comments

Rating: 3.0
Sadness, scarab
with seven crippled feet,
spiderweb egg,
scramble-brained rat,


Pablo Neruda
Neel Bhattacharyya 09 November 2015
His pen is like the axe in the hand of an able lumberjack, swiftly sweeping through the hardened bark of stress from the monotony of an ordinary life.
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Purushothaman P 03 August 2015
Breathtaking is the image i see as i read thru the words u write! marvellous is the word in which the above lets me roam thumbs up! ! ! ! !
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Panmelys Panmelys 17 April 2015
Marvellous - I adore Neruda- this poem is not about sadness, it's about the refusal of sadness to enter the world created by the poet, who dreams of the colors and smells outside his hermit cave, and refuses the sadness and agony of his country's terrible scars. It's a strong rebelion against political power, not permiting the poet's word to be heard. He deserved the Nobel Prize, and I admire his bravery. Panmelys
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Brian Jani 27 April 2014
Awesome I like this poem, check mine out 
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Wahab Abdul 12 December 2013
excellent poetry...i love it from both ends.. bravo Neruda
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John Tiong Chunghoo 03 July 2006
my sadness flies away with your song, pablo.
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