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For Neruda, dailiness was a constant source of replenished vitality as the field of ordinary clover, rather than hothouse exotica, is sustenance to the honeybee. Then as he moves from the literary to the common world, declaring his characteristic intention to “transform [all the sorrow of the entire world] into hope” in song that reunites mankind in a spirit of celebration, he states and demonstrates a principle of self-effacement as similar in conception to Keats’ “negative capability” or Eliot’s annihilation of the personality as it is unlike either in execution.

I defy you, with tough verses I batter your face, I deport you and I exile you. I with others, yes others, many others, we are going to banish you from earth to the moon so that there you remain cold and incarcerated watching with one eye the loaves and clusters of fruit that will cloak the earth tomorrow. Oda al vino Vino color de día, vino color de noche, vino con pies de púrpura o sangre de topacio, vino, estrellado hijo de la tierra, vino, liso como una espada de oro, suave como un desordenado terciopelo, vino encaracolado y suspendido, amoroso, marino, nunca has cabido en una copa, en un canto, en un hombre, coral, gregario eres, y cuando menos, mutuo.

Walk right on by. Go back south with your umbrella, go back north with your serpent’s teeth. Here lives a poet. Gloom cannot trudge in through these doors. Through these windows blow the breezes of the world, the roses red and fresh, the flags embroidered by the people and their victories. Not you. Don’t come in here. Beat your bat wings, and I will tromp on the plumes that fall from your cloak. I will sweep every scrap of your sorry carcass to the four corners of the wind, I’ll wring your neck, stitch your eyes shut, cut out your shroud, and I will bury you, Gloom, I will sink your rat-gnawed bones deep under the spring of a blossoming apple tree.

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