100 Love Sonnets = Cien Sonetos de Amor - XXXI - XL Summary & Analysis

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XXXI - XL Summary

XXXI: The author states that both he and his lover are born of the earth, and as such are uncomfortable in the city.

XXXII: The author describes the natural sleepiness and cozy disorder of his home at dawn. Matilde, with the energy of a buzzing bee, wakes the house with her energy and prepares everything for the day.

XXXIII: The lovers return home after traveling a long distance, having to rest and recuperate before heading out again.

XXXIV: Matilde is of the earth and is able to cause earthly phenomenon. Her dreams are made of natural things, like seaweed and vegetables.

XXXV: The lover's hand is removed from the author's eyes, and he is able to take in all of nature's beauty. Later that day, darkness comes, and the hand comes back to shroud his eyes in darkness.

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