عشرون قصيدة حب  وأغنية يائسة
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When it appeared in 1924, Veinte poemas de amor y una canción desesperada launched a young and unknown poet, whose work would ignite a generation, into the international spotlight.

Drawn fromt he most intimate and personal of associations, Pablo Neruda's most beloved collection of poetry juxtaposes the exuberance of youthful passion with the desolation of grief, the sensual...more
Paperback, 64 pages
Published 2010 by الهيئة العامة السورية للكتاب (first published January 1st 1924)
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Danny
Tonight I Can Write
Tonight I can write the saddest lines.
Write, for example, "The night is starry
and the stars are blue and shiver in the distance."
The night wind revolves in the sky and sings.
Tonight I can write the saddest lines.
I loved her, and sometimes she loved me too.
Through nights like this one I held her in my arms.
I kissed her again and again under the endless sky.
She loved me, sometimes I loved her too.
How could one not have loved her great still eyes.
Tonight I can write th...more
vie
I do not love you except because I love you;
I go from loving to not loving you,
From waiting to not waiting for you
My heart moves from cold to fire.

I love you only because it's you the one I love;
I hate you deeply, and hating you
Bend to you, and the measure of my changing love for you
Is that I do not see you but love you blindly.

Maybe January light will consume
My heart with its cruel
Ray, stealing my key to true calm.

In this part of the story I am the one who
Dies, the only one, and I will die of l...more
whichwaydidshego?
Mar 13, 2008 whichwaydidshego? rated it 5 of 5 stars  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: those who appreciate being steeped in imagery... & passion.
Shelves: poetry, translations
I took my time reading this, choosing to savor the succulent, vivid, tactile words. I must say, these poems are luscious! I feel their imagery as much as visualize it. Phrases such as "In the moist night my garment of kisses trembles..." A garment of kisses. How delightful! (I want one!)

I also love how he is constantly mixing ideas of fire and water together, as if with love somehow they feed off each other where they should cancel each other out. "Bonfire of awe in which my thirst was burning."...more
Abdullah

الحقيقة هناك أكثر من تقييم.
الأول للمترجم مروان حداد و الثاني لمحمود السيد علي و الذي تتفوق عليه بمراحل ترجمة قوقل الفورية! الترجمة الثالثة كانت للبطوطي و لم أعثر عليها حتى الآن. يمكن للترجمة أن تحط من قدر أكبر الشعراء و قد فعلها محمود السيد علي إذ صنع من نيرودا مشعوذاً يكتب الطلاسم لا الأشعار و المثالين التاليين بمقدورهما أن يوضحا الفكرة تماماً :

أرنوها نائية كلماتي / كلماتك أكثر منها كلماتي / تتسلق ألمي العتيق أشجار لبلاب* بينما يترجمها مروان حداد - شكراً جداً يا مروان - و أرى كلماتي بعيدة /وأب...more
Jareed
Neruda does not play with the intangible. He does not waste words with the abstract. One simply needs to read and take in the pure and stark versification of the sensualities of life, both in love and lust.

Neruda’s distinct style in poetry is easily distinguishable.

First, his work is intuitive of the austere beauty of nature and his Chilean roots. The verses are reflective of the uncompromising beauty of the environment that he has witnessed in his formative years. The poems allude to the vas...more
Richard
3 THINGS ABOUT THIS BOOK

1. I went to Pablo Neruda's house once. Well, I went to one of his houses. He had three of them. I was teaching English in Santiago, Chile at the time. I went to Neruda's house in Valparaiso, which is a beach town. Weirdly enough, I visited on my twentieth birthday, on a lark, because I just happened to be vacationing in a nearby cabin with my host family.
The thing that I remember about Pablo Neruda's house is that it's set back in a grove of dark pine trees and that ther...more
Cynn

Ahora me dieron ganas de abrazar...bueno les dejo el que más me "sacudió"...

Poema 20

Puedo escribir los versos más tristes esta noche.
Escribir, por ejemplo: "La noche esta estrellada,
y tiritan, azules, los astros, a lo lejos".
El viento de la noche gira en el cielo y canta.
Puedo escribir los versos más tristes esta noche.
Yo la quise, y a veces ella también me quiso.
En las noches como ésta la tuve entre mis brazos.
La besé tantas veces bajo el cielo infinito.
Ella me quiso, a veces yo tambi
...more
Kwesi 章英狮
It's weird if someone saw me reading poetry in public, why? I never ever enjoyed reading poetry since the day I was born. The day that my Elementary teacher forced me to memorize an Evangelical Hymn, All Things Bright and Beautiful - in which James Herriot entitled his books - and to my 3rd Year High School teacher who required us to memorize Annabelle Lee by Edgar Allan Poe to pass her exam and so on.

If I have the chance to change my past, I want to change my love to poetry. I'm sure if anybody...more
Ilze
Has anyone read and understood the Song of Solomon? Neruda must have. And he must have understood it too! These poems are more than just about the physical love between man and woman: they are about what happens to the soul. For some reason pine trees feature a fair amount here, from " ... as I love you, the pines in the wind / want to sing your name with their leaves of wire" to "I have said that you sang in the wind / like the pines and like the masts. / Like them you are tall and taciturn, /...more
Amber Tucker
Apr 27, 2011 Amber Tucker rated it 5 of 5 stars  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: Brad
Recommended to Amber by: Rose
I read this little volume while on a solitary evening walk, in spring, near the countryside bordering my town. The whole walk/read was less than an hour, but an intense hour. Between the sunset and the poems, murmured aloud – often twice or more – I was full when I got home. Full of the richness of words, and perhaps also a bit overwhelmed by them. A strong poet will always create that feeling.

These poems made me really want, for the first time, to learn Spanish so that I could read their origin...more
Jenna
Like many people, I first encountered the poetry of Pablo Neruda when I was 15 or 16, a romantic teenager on the lookout for love poetry that would speak to me or speak for me. Upon reading "The Captain's Verses" and "Twenty Love Poems and a Song of Despair" for the first time as a rash young teenager, I rashly leapt to the conclusion that Neruda's poetry was the one to fit the bill. Looking back from the vantage point of adulthood, I now realize that Neruda's vision of love is starkly different...more
Asma Adnan
تتميّز أشعاره بارتباطها بالطبيعة بشكل كبير!

من أجمل القصائد وأقربهنّ إلى قلبي قصيدة "أستطيع أن أكتب الأشعار" ..
يقول:

"أستطيع أن أكتب الأشعار الأكثر حزناً هذه الليلة.
أن أفكر بأنّها ليست لي. أن أشعر بأنّي فقدتها.
أنْ أصغي إلى امتداد الليل، والأكثر امتداداً مع غيابها.
والشِعر يسقط على الروح كما الندى على العشب.
ماذا يهم أنّ حبّيَ لم يقدر على الحفاظ عليها.
الليلة ملأى بالنجوم وهي ليست معي.
هذا هو كلُّ شيء. من البعيد أحدٌ يغنّي. من البعيد.
روحي ليست راضيةً بأنّي أضعتُها.
وكما لأُقرّبها مني تبحث عنها نظراتي.
قل...more
Kara
Sep 18, 2008 Kara rated it 4 of 5 stars  ·  review of another edition
Recommended to Kara by: A Gift from Matthew Seuschek
Shelves: poetry
Nature and love are probably two of the world’s most mysterious offerings. His poems consistently bring the two together and takes the reader into the innocence of true love, immense passion and complete surrender. He enhances the experience by calling attention to the natural beauty of the world around us, a beauty that can also be found within us.
Io?
Chiudo gli occhi e avvicino il naso alle pagine ruvide e gialline di questo libro. Aspiro con forza, mi impregno i polmoni di quest'odore forte, inconfondibile, che proviene altezze siderali, là dove solo il cuore di un uomo può arrivare.

"Qui ti amo.
Negli oscuri pini si districa il vento.
Brilla la luna sulle acque erranti.
Trascorrono giorni uguali che s'inseguono.

La nebbia si scioglie in figure danzanti.
Un gabbiano d'argento si stacca dal tramonto.
A volte una vela. Alte, alte stelle.

O la croce n...more
Islam
Nov 27, 2011 Islam added it
قرأتها بترجمة"محمود السيد على"- إحفظوا هذا الإسم- والصادرة عن المشروع القومى للترجمة فى بداية اصداراته...الترجمة سيئة ولا تسـأهل نجمة واحدة، لدى أيضاً ترجمة مختارات شعرية ل أوكتافيو باث..نفس المترجم ونفس المستوى ...فاحذروا
Bennard
from The Book Hooligan

Here I love you.
In the dark pines the wind disentangles itself.
The moon glows like phosphorous on the vagrant waters.
Days, all one kind, go chasing each other.

-Pablo Neruda from "Here I Love You"

When I was in high school, a local radio station from the town where my school is located interviewed me about being a student (aspiring) poet. None of my friends knew about this at the time (a select few learned about it years after the interview happened) except my high school En...more
ريم الصالح
ماذا يمكنني أن أقول.؟
هذا الشعر جميل.. جميلٌ حقاً..!

ابحثوا عن نسخة من ترجمة مروان حداد.!
وإلا، لا تضيعوا وقتكم مع النسخة المترجمة عن المشروع القومي للترجمة
لأنها ببساطة.. مريعة!!

شكراً ألف لمن دلني على ترجمة مروان لشعر نيرودا :)
Katie
This is not my favorite book of Neruda poems - many of the poems are a bit too abstract for my tastes, although the language is still incredibly beautiful and sensual. I found myself enjoying the later poems in this book much more than the earlier ones. My favorites are XII ("Your Breast is Enough"), XIV ("Every Day You Play"), XVIII ("Here I Love You"), XIX ("Girl Lithe and Tawny"), and XX ("Tonight I Can Write"). There are some truly wonderful lines in these poems, full of rich imagery.

from "E...more
Fabiana
Puedo escribir los versos más tristes esta noche.

Escribir, por ejemplo: «La noche está estrellada,
y tiritan, azules, los astros, a lo lejos.»

El viento de la noche gira en el cielo y canta.

Puedo escribir los versos más tristes esta noche.
Yo la quise, y a veces ella también me quiso.

En las noches como ésta la tuve entre mis brazos.
La besé tantas veces bajo el cielo infinito.

Ella me quiso, a veces yo también la quería.
Cómo no haber amado sus grandes ojos fijos.

Puedo escribir los versos má...more
La Mala
Cuando tenía quince años y vivía enamorada hasta del aire , las palabras que repetía constantemente siempre estaban relacionadas con la tristeza . Cada vez que vivía un amor apasionado no correspondido , me sumergía en depresiones eternas y me regocijaba recitando cosas como "Es tan corto el amor y tan largo el olvido" . Siempre que sentía que iba a morirme de amor y escuchaba mi historia en cada poema , Neruda era el más importante .

Después crecí .Hace poco , en la facultad -hogar de los arroga...more
Rebecca
First off, I'm a language geek, so this is probably going to be a damn boring review, but here goes.

It's important to remember that the English translations will never fully reflect the original essence of the poems in Spanish; while English follows comparatively rigid grammatical rules, most other languages - particularly European ones - are far more fluid. I urge you to read the Spanish text alongside the English, and observe the placement of nouns and verbs - then, you can really see the powe...more
jennifer
If you've ever needed a reason to take up/learn Spanish, being able to read Neruda's _Veinte poemas y una cancion..._ --not in translation-- should be incentive enough.

Neruda's sensuous, and often melancholy, lyrics are subtle, but profoundly evocative. I also love his tendency to affirm/generate through negation.

The English translation is okay, but these poems really should be read in their native Spanish.



Ramy Wafa
انا قارئها بترجمة : محمود السيد علي ,و عايز اقول حرام ع الناس اللي بيترجموا الشعر اللي بيعملوه ده !!! ... بحس ان كل جملة مستقلة بذاتها والكلام ملوش علاقة ببعضه والالفاظ غريبة .. مفيش أي سلاسة في القراءة , غير بقا ان المترجم ده بالذات مصمم يعمل القصايد بقافية .. انت متخيل يعني ايه بتقرأ شعر بقافية و من غير وزن ؟ وترجمته وحشة ؟ .. مستحملتش أكمله بصراحة :S
Rahil Swààn
http://libguides.tts.edu.sg/content.p...

من أروع و أجمل ما قرأت
تفوح فنا و جمالا
عذبة ، أقل ما يقال عنها أنها رائعة

إذا وقعت في حب أحدهم ، سأرسل له نسخة منها *-*


،أجمل القصائد : القصيدة البائسة ، لم أستطع أن أكتب أشعارا
لكي تسمعيني ، تعجبينني حين تصمتين

اقتباسات :

بين الشفتين و الصوت شيء يحتضر


صوتُ عصفورٍ وقلبٌ مثل بيت
تهاجر إليه أشواقيَ العميقة
وتسقط قبلاتيَ الفرِحةُ مثل جمرات.
.
هناك، أبعدُ من عينيكِ، تحترق الأمسيات.


تعبر فوق قلبي و لا تتوقف

أنت أيضا بعيدة ، آه أكثر من أي انسان آخر

في حباتك تعيش أحلا...more
Huda AbuKhoti
I didn't like this, specially because I read it after a love poetry book with a similar approach. I don't like the way love is portrayed here, neither do I like the references to his lover; treating her like a usable object. It was too sexual and inappropriate for me, I had to skip reading lots of lines.

Do not recommend.
Cassidy
This is just my personal bias--I don't really enjoy reading Neruda. I find his references to women just a little bit too objectifying, so it makes my skin crawl. Not that some poems aren't lovely, but overall I don't like him.
Tina


كنتُ أتذكّرك وروحي تضيق
بهذا الحزن الذي تعرفين.
أين كنتِ آنئذٍ؟
بين أيّ أناس؟
أيّة كلمات كنتِ تقولين؟
لماذا يداهمُني كل هذا الحب
عندما أشعر بالحزن، وأَشعرُ بكِ بعيدة

Al Grey
" كم هو قصير الحب .. وكم هو طويل النسيان "
L.S.
Pablo Neruda este pur şi simplu incredibil. Nu am citit demult poezii atât de minunate şi Garcia Marquez nu a exagerat deloc atunci când a spus că Neruda "este cel mai mare poet al secolului XX, în orice limba". Şi volumul acesta a fost scris pe când avea 19 ani.

Singur eram ca un tunel.

***

În tine cântă râurile şu sufletul meu fuge ofată cu ele

***

Şi îmi privesc cuvintele din depărtare.
Ele găsesc un adăpost mai cald în tine decât în mine.
Ca iedera se înalţă pe vechile-mi dureri.

La fel suie ziduri...more
Antonomasia
Penguin Classics edition, translated by W.S. Merwin, introduction by Cristina García
I looked at as many translations as I could before buying and was sure I'd found the right one. The bold Warhol cover is a nice bonus.
Yet after all that - and a high price for such a tiny book - I didn't connect with many of these poems as deeply as I thought I would. All have some lovely moments, but the best (and most viscerally sexy) verse is still, I think, the first, 'Body of a Woman'.
This was among those w...more
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Pablo Neruda was the pen name and, later, legal name of the Chilean writer and politician Neftalí Ricardo Reyes Basoalto. Neruda assumed his pen name as a teenager, partly because it was in vogue, partly to hide his poetry from his father, a rigid man who wanted his son to have a "practical" occupation. Neruda's pen name was derived from Czech writer and poet Jan Neruda; Pablo is thought to be fro...more
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To do with you what spring does with the cherry trees.”
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“Tonight I can write the saddest lines
I loved her, and sometimes she loved me too.”
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