100 Love Sonnets = Cien Sonetos de Amor - XXI - XXX Summary & Analysis

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XXI - XXX Summary

XXI: Without love, specifically requited love, the author is lost in an endless night, groping for his lovers hands or kisses. Only the lover can bring light to this darkness.

XXII: Neruda states that he loved Matilde before ever meeting her physically, that his behaviors and experiences pre-Matilde were all nonetheless colored with his eternal love for her.

XXIII: Matilde's love has subdued nature, and cured Neruda of any physical ills. Neruda imagines that when when the two lovers are dead and gone, their love will nonetheless be alive.

XXIV: The author marvels at Nature, specifically the beauty of the blues in the sky and the sea, and urges his lover to share in this amazing experience.

XXV: Before Matilde came into his life, Neruda's world was harsh, unfriendly, colorless, and dead. Love changed this world.

XXVI: Nothing in...

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