Monday, March 22, 2010

The Men Comments

Rating: 2.8

I'm Ramón González Barbagelata from anywhere,
from Cucuy, from Paraná, from Rio Turbio, from Oruro,


Pablo Neruda
Dr Antony Theodore 05 January 2020

I've arrived here with all my baggage, bad luck and worse jobs, misery always waiting with open arms, the mobilization of people piled up on top of each other, and the manifold geography of hunger. Great poem. Tony

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Subhas Chandra Chakra 27 September 2017

Pity that brave heart awaiting its call or the man enfolded by warmer love, nothing's left today except my flimsy skeleton, my eyes unhinged, confronting the era's beginning. The era's beginning: are these ruined shacks, these poor schools, these people still in rags and tatters, this cloddish insecurity of my poor families, is all this the day? the century's beginning, the golden door? An introspection and a time travel to a far future. Amazing write.

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