100 Love Sonnets = Cien Sonetos de Amor - LXI - LXX Summary & Analysis

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LXI - LXX Summary

LXI: Love carries with it pain. Neruda tries to console his lover, who is crying, and reminds her that they carry their pain together, as love has made them one.

LXII: Neruda and Matilde wanted only love, but there are those who hate and wish to inject grief into their world, and who disrupted the lovers' perfect union.

LXIII: Neruda travels through his "savage homeland," beautiful, rugged, and dangerous, and states that he is made of this material, and that he both owns and belongs to this area.

LXIV: Neruda has been healed by Matilde's love. He cannot fathom how much he owes this woman.

LXV: Matilde has momentarily left Neruda. Neruda asks where she is. He was able to detect her absence because grief started aching in his ribs. He will be lonely and empty until Matilde returns...

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