Serenade: Pablo Neruda

Cradled Moon, a celestial fine art photograph by OR Photography

Cradled Moon

Serenade
With my hand I gather this emptiness,
imponderable night, starry families,
a chorus quieter than silence,
a sound of the moon, some secret, a triangle,
a chalk trapeziod.
It is the oceanic night, the third solitude,
a quivering that opens doors, wings,
the profound population that isn’t here
throbs overflowing the names of the estuary.

Night, name of the sea, fatherland, root, rose!

– Pablo Neruda

Image Credit: OR Photography

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