inner child

I’ve been reading the words of Pablo Neruda for the past few weeks. His works are not only eye-opening and philosophical, but a sad melancholy permeates through his words. Its almost like an old man sitting at the end of life and writing notes on what mistakes others must not commit. I began out making a wallpaper from a quote of his and ended up traversing down a completely different tangent. I say almost because the text I’ve used for this one is a derivative of the verse itself. So in true essence I must salute the man for bringing out a sudden realization of what his words truly mean to me.

Now I must get back to ‘Funeral Blues’ by W.H. Auden.

The wallpaper is available at: inner child @ deviantART

munky says go and read neruda!

munky says go and read neruda!

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One response to “inner child”

  1. Katia Shtefan says :

    Pablo’s work certainly requires a great deal of pondering in order to be understood. If you really like him, check out Red Poppy at http://www.redpoppy.net. It’s a non-profit set up to publish Neruda’s biography, create a documentary about him, and translate his works into English.

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