Pablo Neruda. The Chilean poet who won the 1971 Nobel Prize. Poet, diplomat, bohemian and political activist, Pablo Neruda was a household name throughout Latin America for much of the 20th century. In his 20s he was already famous for his Spanish-language poems of melancholy, love and eroticism, published in best-selling collections such as Crepusculario (1923) and a 1924 title translated as Twenty Love Poems and a Song of Despair.
“Otro Hombre”---This very romantic poem, in Spanish, reflects the longing for one’s true love This poem is about a woman who is with one man but still loves another. Set against a blazing sunset, this poem is short but its message of yearning is undeniable. As the poet’s love burns on, the sky is lit up as if it too is burning.
A kiss is just a kiss until you find the one you love. A hug is just a hug until you find the one you're always thinking of. A dream is just a dream until it comes true. Love was just a word until the day I met you. ~~ I love this
Hola!Here's a product that is perfect for Mother's Day What's included in this product:*mom worksheet where the students will fill out information about their mom and draw their mom and themselves*acronym poem*4 cards that students can color and write a note (2 per page)*2 whole page notes that students can color and write in *Writing prompt: You are the best mom in the world because..., I love you*Spanish subway art that can be colored and framed *3 different silhouettes that students can…