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Pablo Neruda: Selected Poems - Wine Summary & Analysis

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Wine Summary

In lines 1-6, the speaker of this poem is beckoning to his comrades, the spring and autumn wine, saying, "Let's sing, let's interact - I am a good companion."

In lines 7-11, he is saying that when a comrade comes into his house, it is not to just give of what he has; it is to take what his host is giving as well.

In lines 12-16, he wants to drink and sing with his friend until they start to spill the wine. The wine is honey that comes from the earth.

In lines 17-21, he is remembering his other friends and the ones that are not with him.

In lines 22-24, he is saying, "Just be with me, don't look any deeper into it that the need and want of companionship."

In lines 25-33, the poet is saying that he just wants...

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