a?One Hundred Or So Fancy Sonnets: XVIIa? by Pablo Neruda, Translated By Tag Eisner

a?One Hundred Or So Fancy Sonnets: XVIIa? by Pablo Neruda, Translated By Tag Eisner

a?It makes me best loving your… it has helped me better, and simpler, and – i will not imagine to refuse – brighter and better plus stronger. We regularly wish a great number of situations before, and to getting crazy that I didn’t let them. Theoretically, I happened to be satisfied, as I once told you. We flattered me I got restricted my personal desires. But I became susceptible to irritation; I once had morbid, sterile, hateful suits of appetite, of desire. Continue reading “a?One Hundred Or So Fancy Sonnets: XVIIa? by Pablo Neruda, Translated By Tag Eisner”