100 Love Sonnets = Cien Sonetos de Amor - XCI - C Summary & Analysis

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XCI - C Summary

XCI: Neruda muses upon time, the the inevitable passage of time, which pecks away at man and nature alike. There is small consolation that perhaps the life he poured into loving Matilde will blossom like a seed to bear new fruit, but even this is attacked by merciless Time.

XCII: Neruda begins to wonder what will happen if he dies and Matilde does not, or vice versa, but he stops himself, and instead focuses on the here and now, on the love they now share.

XCIII: Should Matilde die, and all of the movement become stilled in her body, Neruda begs her to leave her mouth half-open, so that he might kiss a final kiss and become one with her in death.

XCIV: Neruda asks Matilde to carry on after he is dead, to not grieve over his loss...

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