Pablo neruda hoy es hoy y ayer se fue

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Quote by Pablo Neruda: “Hoy es hoy, y ayer se fue. No hay duda.”

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This looks like such a fantastic day!!! The views are breathtaking and now I plan to learn more about Pablo Neruda.

“Hoy es hoy, y ayer se fue. No hay duda.”

It was filled with all sorts of trinkets, stained glass, and beautiful ocean and Valpo hillside views through giant windows. My favorite thing is that they had his books out to read all over the house; I definitely fell in love with his poetry this weekend. Maybe it was just being in the house, but everything I read sounded fantastically beautiful. It was nice to read the poetry in Spanish and see that a lot of times it was poor translating that made the poetry awkward. We wandered into a random bar later that night that had great live music for the finale of good luck day 1. We knew we were going to be late as we got stuck in a taco traffic jam , but ended up meeting a nice couple on the bus.

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Being in a place for 6 months is a tricky amount of time. I was SO lucky to have my family visit at the end of May! We only had 6 days together but they were full days, and could not have been happier to see them. I felt a lot of pressure to show them and eat everything I wanted to in such little time, but in the end I think we covered the most important stuff. They flew into Santiago and from the airport went to the hotel where I met them with teary eyes and giant hugs.

Pablo Neruda — 'Hoy es hoy, y ayer se fue. No hay duda.'.
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If the verses being cited come from a published English translation, it is absurd to cite the original Spanish because the source is the translation itself. -

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