100 Love Sonnets = Cien Sonetos de Amor - LXXI - LXXX Summary & Analysis

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LXXI - LXXX Summary

LXXI: Neruda and Matilde had searched for a place, even another planet, where they could love in peace and quiet, but they were unable to, and love itself disallowed them this kind of peace and quiet.

LXXII: Winter has come, and Neruda asks Matilde to fly away with him to another land to get away from winter's deleterious effects, presumably to a warmer, more hospitable climate.

LXXIII: Neruda describes a scenario in which a man and woman set up a military-style defense against love. However, love wins out, unsurprisingly.

LXXIV: Neruda describes a road, as well as the general state of nature, which seems cold, foggy, wintry, and bleak, in opposition to the season (late Summer).

LXXV: Neruda and Matilde return to their home, after seemingly a long absence. The house has fallen into bad disrepair, and even with...

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