Yesterday was the 110th birthday anniversary of Pablo Neruda, one of the greatest Latin American and Nobel prize-winning poets of 20th century. Pablo Neruda was born on July 12th, 1904, in Parall, Chile. I think his love poetry and sonnets are the most widely read and no matter how many years pass, they will never stop to express their deep sensation of feelings and their sincere passion.
“Love all, trust a few, do wrong to none”.
I’m happy when I find a reason to remember old quotes and even more happy when I discover reasons to study more literature and poetry.
This weekend I came across a small one-act play of that is called “The beggar, or the dead dog” and nearly reaches the five pages. It is about the dialogue between a king, who rushes to celebrate his victory, and a beggar, who is very sad because his only companion, his dog, died the previous night.