18 Burst results for "Pablo Neruda"

"pablo neruda" Discussed on Stuff Mom Never Told You

Stuff Mom Never Told You

05:07 min | 8 months ago

"pablo neruda" Discussed on Stuff Mom Never Told You

"And and nineteen forty three her nephew, the. The boy, who has she had adopted him raised as her son. Who I mentioned earlier, he died from arsenic poisoning. And that was ruled as a suicide, but Mr. all believes that he was murdered. Really Yeah. That's rough. Yeah, that is really rough. And it was two years after that in nineteen, forty five when she became the first Latin American to get the Nobel Prize in literature. And she was awarded the Nobel Prize for her lyric poetry, which inspired by powerful emotions, has made her name a symbol of the idealistic aspirations of the entire Latin American world. Her lyric poetry, what a year to get it to who? So near the end of her life. She was writing a poem a-. d'Ici les which was a long narrative poem that she worked on, but she never finished it and she also and it she explored musical poetry for children and poetry of nature, and in nineteen fifty one. She was awarded the National Literature Prize, in two, and going back to talking about the Pablo Neruda thing. He had already won the National Literature Prize into late years earlier So Gabrielle last book was Llegado or wine. Press and that was published in Nineteen fifty four last book during her lifetime, because you did have stuff published posthumously she went back to Santiago in nineteen, fifty, four, as well, which was the first time she had been back to nineteen thirty eight, so she didn't go back to might when she started when she left, she was like I'm GonNa. All these. And she was diagnosed with terminal pancreatic cancer in Nineteen fifty-six and the last years of her life. She lived in Roslyn New York. She had diabetes and she had also had heart issues, and she died in Long Island of pancreatic cancer in January of Nineteen, fifty seven when she was sixty seven years old. So during her lifetime, see published around eight hundred essays, magazines and newspapers. And other say earlier. She wasn't much celebrated in to lay.

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"pablo neruda" Discussed on Paudeville

Paudeville

02:30 min | 10 months ago

"pablo neruda" Discussed on Paudeville

"Please okay. Here's here's one from our friend. Pablo Neruda New Ruto. Do you know who Pablo is. Keep saying it right. I'm sorry it's new. Ruto don't okay holly my sister Holly. I know you're listening. I'm so sorry I've let you down. He's a famous poet. Let this is from twenty love poems and a song of Despair. We long is this. It's from that I want to do with you. What spring does with the Cherry trees? Why the spring do with Cherry trees makes them blossom? I'll make you blossom on how to give flowers I wanted to do. You WanNa give me flowers cherry blossom flowers. They usually don't exist on February fourteenth. But that's okay that's okay. I'll just give them to you later. Give you an IOU Cherry blossoms. When they're around. Just wait just break off a branch of a cherry tree. I don't think that's allowed. Depends on the cherry tree. Penza news change rate is but if you asked me I would say I cannot tell a lie. I broke this off a cherry tree but I really like you. Both those are true. Focus on one of them more than the other. Please excellent. That's that's what George Washington was doing. He was trying to chop down. That Jerry can give it to somebody who had a crush on and just love makes you do wild things. Then she rebuffed him and the only thing that he can do to get her back was to become the first president of the United States. Martha see to Impress Martha No George. George contains multitudes. He should write that historical fiction romance. Thanks go to Mount Vernon and just use it for inspiration shop down some trees there and then give them to me and I'll be like Oh..

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Ellen Bass Reads Frank X. Gaspar

The New Yorker: Poetry

08:36 min | 11 months ago

Ellen Bass Reads Frank X. Gaspar

"My guest today is Ellen Bass a chancellor of the Academy of American poets. She's received a lambda literary award for poetry. The Pablo Neruda Prize for poetry and fellowships from the California Arts Council and the National Endowment for the arts. Welcome Ellen thank you so much for joining us. Thank you for inviting me. I'm delighted to be here so the poem Eve decided to read for us is co hogs by frank x Gaspar. Can you tell us why this particular poll cut your attention. John as you're looking through the archives. I love this song for many reasons. One of them is it's so primal it so visceral. It brings us into one of the most basic human experiences and I feel like I'm having that experience experience when I read the poem. Then I should say just in case people aren't familiar The title is co hogs and Co hogs. If you don't know our large clams excellent Let's hear the poem this is Ellen Bass Reading Co hogs by frank x Gaspar Co Hawks. It was for the wind as much as anything. It was for the tidal flats for the miles of bars and the freezing raising runs between them. Blue and darkened in the withering gusts for the buckets for the longtime friend rakes for our skin burning and the bones beneath all their ache for the bent backs for the huddle toward warmth beneath are incapable incapable layers. How we beat ourselves with our arms the breath we blew the narrow steam that spun away? How we we searched there till drag all marks then the feel of them as we furrowed then it was surgery and forced together like Stones Stones Opel or Pearl or plain rock ugly except they were beautiful their worlds and purple stains pains the Bucket Swire cutting with their weight for the sky? Blazing it's sinking. Orange fire for the skies is black streaks with night rising winter sudden back sure word home the tide creeping like a wolf both for the little stove warming is own orange. Fire the old pot. The steam the air and savor the close room the precious butter. The blue fingers throbbing. Our bodies in all the customs of weariness the supper succulent of the freezing dark. See come up and hunger its own happiness its own domain immeasureable insurable. It was for the hunger that was co hugs by frank x gas bar which originally appeared in the January eleven in two thousand sixteen issue of the magazine. So tell me more about this wonderful poem. I I was thinking when we're reading it in a it's worthy of note that you really capture. I think the rolling quality I mean it feels like one big breath but there's something also for me about poetry in that it's both a palm of of of discovery but also at home about poetry in some way about the making of poetry and ours. POETICA I'm so glad that you said that because the more I was reading being this poem and thinking about talking here. That's exactly on my notes. I wrote down ars POETICA. It does feel exactly like like that process of writing a poem of searching of describing and describing until you come to something thing that you didn't know you're going to come to exactly like that and I love the music of the poem the sound and Frank S bar is a a master of sound and really works through sound move. sapone forward through sound and that wonderful repetition of course of if it was four which is such a strange and wonderful way to start this poem. Right Right You know it was for the wind as as much as anything. What where we're in radiantly immediately in the experience and The way that that repetition just drives the poem forward and has that force of moving through the music of the poem. I love so much and I love I love how primal this poem is. This is something people have been doing for a thousand years more. I don't know how long Colonia exactly and The maury read the poem. The more I think about how. It's a poem without judgment That there's adversity here. They're called and then they're hungry and there's a we in the poem. I'll just stop. He's not doing it alone. Hello I want to get to the we in a moment but came. Yeah so somebody else might think I love doing this. I hate doing this but he is beyond judgment in this poem. It's it's deeply rooted in the world and I think that really works with the ours. POETICA too because that's what we're trying to do in poetry is to get it more or at least what I'm trying to do. Get get more deeply rooted into the experience into the world and see then what we discover cover and it made me think of Galway canals line Whatever what is is is what I want? What and I feel that in this poem that he just wants it all that wonderful line? I love that line about the ugly about as literally what I underline here ugly except beautiful yes worlds and Purple Stains S. Oh and that to me is like so much experience. which we you know poetry were? You're talking a little bit and this poem is a little bit about poetry's four and one thing is to talk talk about that line Often the things that fascinated us sublime rides that line and poetry is able to you of course name things that we might otherwise miss or or dismiss As worthy of note. So what about this. We I mean. Obviously it's all of us but warm but what is there a specific we feel. I mean it's probably his family or he and you know his cohorts but is is a communal way and that feels so primal to you know. I can't imagine that a thousand years ago people didn't do this together So often we don't experience it because we eat alone or in our little Oh boxes or houses or places or wherever if we're fortunate enough to have such but he he's letting you know the the Labor that goes into achieving. What is this kind of brief? Gloria the end our bodies in all the customs of weariness. Yeah I mean that's a great phrase. I Know Supper are sucked out of the freezing Darcy. Come up and I love how once they get into the warm kitchen with the steam and the stove in the close room that the freezing dark see is introduced. It's it's brought into the warm warm and there's so many of these Opposites that are connected you know. There's the steam in the beginning of his breath and then in the end the steam in the room room and then he repeats. That are arranged. Fire you know I. It's the sinking orange fire of the sun going down and then it's the little stove warming its own orange fire so the outside and the inside are so connected in this poem and the part that really makes me think about poetry is when he says then it was surgery and forced together

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"pablo neruda" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:17 min | 1 year ago

"pablo neruda" Discussed on KQED Radio

"We were actually in New York City during the great boycott when he and Yoko Ono that time when they kind of shut themselves up, and so we actually slipped a note under the door asking him in Yoko if they would endorse the great boycott and the answer came back. Yes, we do. My look at your playlist. I mean that is one of the I think the most recent songs right on that one. I think was probably from right around. What would you say nineteen seventy two or three I'm guessing something like that? But like as we said, some of these you've got Dizzy Gillespie, Charlie Parker. I mean, those are the those are the kinds of bands and musicians you're listening to as a kid. And the reason I picked the Charlie Parker the April in Paris song is because we are going to rough time right now. But you know, the the poet Pablo Neruda said they can cut all the flowers, but they can't hold back. The spring inside thought April in Paris is a good number one. It's got cloudy park signifies that we shouldn't despair we shouldn't lose hope because spring is vital round the corner. Boy, and that's a from Paris has been done by so many different singers and artists, but you chose this particular version, I guess and also my birthday's in April. Have you been to Paris in April? No, I went to pass once, but it was like in the winter with listen a little bit of Charlie Parker. First time, I went to Paris in April in part because of that song, and it was freezing. I think they really maze. The time to go. But it's a lovely song. Again, doesn't necessarily correspond with the weather and the exit I met Charlie Parker. And I always say that's my claim to fame. I met him here in San Francisco, and I.

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"pablo neruda" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:14 min | 1 year ago

"pablo neruda" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The great boycott when he and Yoko Ono that time when they kind of shut themselves up, and so we actually slipped a note under the door asking him in yoga if they would endorse the great boycott and the answer came back. Yes, we do. That when I look at your playlist. I mean that is one of the I think the most recent songs right on that one. I think was probably from right around. What would you say nineteen seventy two or three I'm guessing something like that? But like as we said, some of these you've got Dizzy Gillespie, Charlie Parker. I mean, those are the those are the kinds of bands and musicians you're listening to as a kid and lactic Charlie Parker, the April in Paris song is because we are going to rough time right now. But you know, the the poet Pablo Neruda said they can cut all the flowers, but they can't hold back to spring inside thought. April in Perez is a good number one. It's got Charlie Parker signifies that we shouldn't despair. We shouldn't lose hope because spring is right around the corner. Boy, and that's a song Peres has been done by so many different singers and artists, but you chose this particular version. Yes. And also my birthday's in April. Have you been to Paris in April? No, I went to pass once. But it was like in the winter with listen mobile. Charlie parker. First time, I went to Paris in April in part because of that song, and it was freezing. I think they really maze. The time to go. But it's a lovely saw again doesn't necessarily correspond with the weather and the exit I met Sally Parker. And I always say that's my claim to fame. I met him here in San Francisco, and.

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"pablo neruda" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

Mason & Ireland

04:14 min | 2 years ago

"pablo neruda" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

"Senate spent the first three months of the season or month and a half over the weeks meet nothing to me anymore being selfish. That's essentially what he said. I was thinking to my give the ball on it think about scoring and you could see it. Well, it's not just that. He was thinking that they were telling him to do that they say be aggressive attack, go to attack. But that doesn't just mean go score. It means go attack. They talked with rob point talks about all the time. Like, we wanna play downhill we wanna play with thrust. It's very that. Footloose sounds like this. It's very flashing pictured. Doc word now pip you picture, rob Pelinka, quoting Pablo Neruda and might sound different. I just don't want to picture it at all. Okay. You don't do the words thrust? Keep that word out of your mouth, rob. But that's what they want. They want always really want people playing downhill they want. Now, I can't say penetration. Basketball. That's three words to say one. Well, you just gonna have to do that. Because we're not going to be able to get through the next for the next two hours the word penetration. As basketball with the way that you said thrust, he would say thrust thrust you put it. I don't want thrust. I once thrust. You're making it worse. Make it worse. Every comfortable. It's just it's going to long anyway. Rice over he wants. So like, but that doesn't mean shoot that go attack. And so the problem with Ingram has been. He the attack one doesn't work. Oh, okay. Pull it back out dribble for seven seconds. And wait for something else to have instead of attack. Not their move the ball try to put yourself in a position it back. And that when he played with the Braun has been the big issue. So if he's understanding, okay? This is how I'm supposed to do it that every time I get the ball in my hands. I don't have to score I have to make something happen. But it doesn't mean scoring does that change the calculus on whether or not he can play with the brunt? No. Because I think what I've seen in the plan. Sorry. What I've seen in Brandon without LeBron is exactly what I thought about Brandon Ingram before. Which is that he is best with the ball in his hands. And facilitating he is. He is a good facilitated that is kind of his more natural ability. He just will never function is when Lonzo was out for thirty games last year. It's kind of like coin card. Yeah. That's kind of the brand respect to Tyler Ennis. But that's what England did last year was good at it. Or the bald Mamba out Caruso team G league team was to guy. Yeah. Okay. So, but like if you re here's a thing like Ingram was never gonna be fully realized playing next to LeBron or any other star who is more ball dominant because they're better than he at least for the next five or six years. They're better than he is. And so they're going to have the ball that doesn't mean that he can't play with them. It just means he's not going to be as good as he possibly could be for the purposes of. The Lakers though. That's okay. He doesn't have to be as good as he possibly could be just has to figure out how to accent like his good qualities are his length. Right. His athleticism and his ability to score the ball. Okay. I think that he he has the ability lengthwise and athletic wise, to be an I don't think you're listening long enough. I think his list of good qualities as much longer than I think, it's it also includes you can be a pretty effective rebounders supreme distributor. He's a good defender. He's like, it's it's that. I don't think he's great at any one thing other than being really long like he's really good at that. But I don't think he has one particularly great skill like coups MOS gift is clearly scoring. Yeah. And he's figuring out how to do other things Ingram. I don't think we'll ever be elite at any one thing and the same with the peak. Iggy can't like wasn't great at any one thing. But he was so good at everything that you had an alias player that way, I I just..

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"pablo neruda" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

Mason & Ireland

04:14 min | 2 years ago

"pablo neruda" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

"Senate spent the first three months of the season or month and a half over the weeks meet nothing to me anymore being selfish. That's essentially what he said. I was thinking to my give the ball on it think about scoring and you could see it. Well, it's not just that. He was thinking that they were telling him to do that they say be aggressive attack, go to attack. But that doesn't just mean go score. It means go attack. They talked with rob point talks about all the time. Like, we wanna play downhill we wanna play with thrust. It's very that. Footloose sounds like this. It's very flashing pictured. Doc word now pip you picture, rob Pelinka, quoting Pablo Neruda and might sound different. I just don't want to picture it at all. Okay. You don't do the words thrust? Keep that word out of your mouth, rob. But that's what they want. They want always really want people playing downhill they want. Now, I can't say penetration. Basketball. That's three words to say one. Well, you just gonna have to do that. Because we're not going to be able to get through the next for the next two hours the word penetration. As basketball with the way that you said thrust, he would say thrust thrust you put it. I don't want thrust. I once thrust. You're making it worse. Make it worse. Every comfortable. It's just it's going to long anyway. Rice over he wants. So like, but that doesn't mean shoot that go attack. And so the problem with Ingram has been. He the attack one doesn't work. Oh, okay. Pull it back out dribble for seven seconds. And wait for something else to have instead of attack. Not their move the ball try to put yourself in a position it back. And that when he played with the Braun has been the big issue. So if he's understanding, okay? This is how I'm supposed to do it that every time I get the ball in my hands. I don't have to score I have to make something happen. But it doesn't mean scoring does that change the calculus on whether or not he can play with the brunt? No. Because I think what I've seen in the plan. Sorry. What I've seen in Brandon without LeBron is exactly what I thought about Brandon Ingram before. Which is that he is best with the ball in his hands. And facilitating he is. He is a good facilitated that is kind of his more natural ability. He just will never function is when Lonzo was out for thirty games last year. It's kind of like coin card. Yeah. That's kind of the brand respect to Tyler Ennis. But that's what England did last year was good at it. Or the bald Mamba out Caruso team G league team was to guy. Yeah. Okay. So, but like if you re here's a thing like Ingram was never gonna be fully realized playing next to LeBron or any other star who is more ball dominant because they're better than he at least for the next five or six years. They're better than he is. And so they're going to have the ball that doesn't mean that he can't play with them. It just means he's not going to be as good as he possibly could be for the purposes of. The Lakers though. That's okay. He doesn't have to be as good as he possibly could be just has to figure out how to accent like his good qualities are his length. Right. His athleticism and his ability to score the ball. Okay. I think that he he has the ability lengthwise and athletic wise, to be an I don't think you're listening long enough. I think his list of good qualities as much longer than I think, it's it also includes you can be a pretty effective rebounders supreme distributor. He's a good defender. He's like, it's it's that. I don't think he's great at any one thing other than being really long like he's really good at that. But I don't think he has one particularly great skill like coups MOS gift is clearly scoring. Yeah. And he's figuring out how to do other things Ingram. I don't think we'll ever be elite at any one thing and the same with the peak. Iggy can't like wasn't great at any one thing. But he was so good at everything that you had an alias player that way, I I just..

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"pablo neruda" Discussed on For the Love with Jen Hatmaker Podcast

For the Love with Jen Hatmaker Podcast

03:35 min | 2 years ago

"pablo neruda" Discussed on For the Love with Jen Hatmaker Podcast

"So before books were really excited about it and they, they all come out on April the second fabulous excited for you. All right. We're gonna wrap this up. These are. I. I. Don't do it to me. I feel so listen, these like kind of three just quick questions. We're asking everybody in the book series for the podcast. So here's the first one. What's the first book that you ever read that you distinctly? Remember having like a boom impact on you? The greatest, the autobiography of Muhammad. Ali he did say that how old were you when you read that? Eleven twelve map. What's one buck in your life? They have read over and over again. Are you a reader? I've realized now where sometimes readers into different camps. Not not. I'm a reader. Yeah, I am probably the poetry of Nikki. Giovanni, the poetry of Pablo Neruda is love poems. I can read those over and over again. Yeah. Yeah. I'd probably say those to a link us up on my transcript page so people can look up to. So finally, this is a twist on a question that we ask every guest on this show which which book is saving your life right now which book is saving my life right now. This world is better because this book is in it. Was a great question. There's a picture book that Jacqueline Woodson wrote is called the day you begin? Oh, I've seen it, yeah, but it's just really powerful. It's really beautiful. How out I would say kids, adults, everybody should read that book. It's a picture book that, yeah, I think that may be. I think that's a great answer. I literally came across that book yesterday and not on happy that exists. So Kwami I'm so happy to have met you on this little podcast. Can you tell everybody where to find you and all that good stuff? You can find me at crummy Alexander dot com. You can find me on social media at Kwami Alexander and I host a weekly show on Facebook live and YouTube. It's called bookish in. It's about all the stuff happening in kids books, and we got music. And it's really sorta like if you could imagine Jimmy Fallon for kids. That's good description. It's called bookish with Kwami Alexander and yeah, that's where I am. That's awesome. Thank you for your time today. Thank you for just bringing your very immense gifts to bear on the world and for teaching our kids to love poetry and words, and language and writing, and I'm so grateful for what you do, and I'm so happy to have met you. So now we're friends like that's how this works. You're my friend now. I don't know if you knew that was part of the deal, but that's that's part of the bargaining chip here, Jim cook kudos to you for helping folks renovate their lives. That's nice. Thank you. Have a great week you to. He said, great, right. What a great guy wouldn't amazing author. I just I love what is putting out into the world. So guys, Kwami is new to you. If you don't already have on your show. Shelves.

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"pablo neruda" Discussed on Never Not Funny

Never Not Funny

04:18 min | 2 years ago

"pablo neruda" Discussed on Never Not Funny

"I'm I'm gonna going to do right now. do it now met tired of the bullshit beach body on a man bitch body a better way to work out. Everybody welcome into the program. So twenty three. Oh two is what we've settled on the bathroom. I lately met where somebody is pressing because it's an automatic light where it doesn't come on, come on. Yeah, I feel like they don't know. I'm here that a ghost. Yeah, I don't understand that. Why the happens. I don't. I think somebody's person out. Yeah, Jimmy. Oh, you did that to me wants to do as a joke. I was still from that time. No. To to be funny. I was going to the bathroom and you left and turn the light off and it's like haha. But now I seriously like stuck in this bathroom in the dark. I mean, luckily I have phone, I can no windows in the bathroom, windowless bathrooms and we pay the price for TRAN. Yeah. Yeah. No fans. Also, there's no fans. There's no window and we have a toilet. A coroner really, really like math the wrong room. This. That's the kitchen. We're not smart. That's why we keep getting dirty looks from the other. We do have a someone noticed that the the guy, the postman delivers mail mailman. The work for. Mail carrier late. Thank you. Are Kevin Costner. He likes to use our rest again. I guess they have to go somewhere at some point during their day. They walk around all day. They've. Those those those blue bins or on the. That's where you're supposed to be the letters. The letter. My baby sent me one bag. Wrote me. So what we have is the postman heels rings twice von second, and this is the location that he chooses because I guess it's a clean bathroom to go. Number two, I we pay the price because he does that. That's you're saying it's, it's a mess. You're saying, you can say that he is an Il Postino. I won't. I will allow you to sing. That was a reference wasn't moving that wasn't moving. Not a joke. Wasn't ill Pasino. That's a, I think it was the postman Il Postino. Right. That's right. It's that means the postman in talian, but it was there. It was an English movie. No, it wasn't. It was telling moving. Feel like there was someone of note in it was Juliet but notion, even though she's not a talion. That does sound. She's not a talion. She's French, but we have been ocean. I'm not seeing anybody of note. I panicked about Pablo Neruda. Oh yeah. I did see that movie out him, right? So, yeah, I'm trying to think of any Philippine, nor it's it's all heard my parents who is that gentleman. He's a writer poet. I think so. And it was one of the ones that yell at in rent when they're stopping on the table, don't they? Yes, him. Yeah, that's what I'm angry. That's that. That's what I'm at my angriest, but I'm seeing. Is that why you like the name musical? I don't know. I'm sitting next year where it is. Got a package of shows. They finally got him with the. You don't have to see every show, but you can see the ones you wanna see or cool if I don't have to see phantom again the beside on that, I will buy tickets to see some of these. Have you seen this before? I have. I saw it when I was in high school and I'm good. Yeah, that's what I've never seen you've seen ever seen it. That's why there's a helicopter helicopter. Yeah, that's in there, but we'll the Pantages will the touring version have enough of a helicopter a helicopter flight. It's going to have a drone. I think. Two thousand eighteen version nineteen. What it goes up. Our castle. You're really into the heart castle game in the mail today. When you're excited. All right. Last one just here. We're glad that he said taking time away from his very busy schedule. He's got brand new special out. I do that's areas actually a series series this special series. So it is. It's on Netflix, I, I definitely do. They drop all at the same time once they're all Friday mistaken was Friday. Yep..

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"pablo neruda" Discussed on WRVA

WRVA

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"pablo neruda" Discussed on WRVA

"She, believes in Mahatma Gandhi's methods Adam Smith's analyses and Pablo Neruda as love her experiences growing up, a Puerto Rican household, from the barrows to beyond has afforded her a uniquely American experience with all the tragedy and hilarity at aecom that accompanies it she described herself and a student, run publication called b you culture shock which he co founded In a two thousand nine blog post oh Cossio Cortes called feminism into question writing that quote the terms. Feminism and empowerment don't seem to capture the priorities of our generation and the words. Themselves. Like relics from the past frumpy. And outdated quote unquote quote we. No longer live in the same fight for equality of prior generations we've moved to the widely accepted reality that marginalizing fifty percent of a given population doesn't make much sense mathematically are socially she wrote we no longer. Live in the same fight for equality of prior generations. Wow she used, to sound pretty smart Must-have banged her head or something They New York Democrat could also. Learn a few things from herself having written a two thousand nine posts that while healthcare in the US is at its. Most critical crossroads in recent history the debate about it is. Moving slowly for a good reason she, said that reason being that quote healthcare is largely an intersection of money people which means healthcare discussions often involve the prioritizing. Of people according to available funds how come on, possibly measure, the needs, of children the elderly the. Sick and the healthy against one another Most, blog posts written, during ocasio Cortez's rain at the publication which include articles like Donald Trump's twenty twelve run for president in Israel Palestine conflict. Aren't available it only a select few were reviewed, by Fox, News why, don't they make them all available We wanna know what this. Future the democrat party has to say A Boston university's Howard Thurman center which..

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"pablo neruda" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:45 min | 2 years ago

"pablo neruda" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Loaf uninvite leaves of grass would ultimately become what whitman wanted it to be american poetry's bible its origin story i sound my eric over the roofs of the world and some of his fans these days are as devout as religious followers do you take it i would astonish those the daylight assange every year dozens of them gathered by the east river in brooklyn and recite the poem that came to be called song of myself into a microphone i went to the tenth annual reading anyhow it featured a famous poet named martinez i celebrate myself and what i assume you shall assume for every atom belonging to me as good belongs to you i love and invite my soul i lean and loaf at my ease observing spear of summer grass well i think i was first introduced to whitman high school age and i didn't understand what he was saying and so i put them side and many years later came to whitman on my own and it was as if i had discovered the source my poetry to be sure and so much other poetry that i loved and admired by poets like pablo neruda and allen ginsberg only unlike them whitman didn't have whitman before him as an influence and as far as martinez spot is concerned whitman wasn't just ahead of his time he's ahead of our time whitman was visionary and we in many ways as a society are not ready for whitman we're not ready for his radical gala tarian ism i am not of goodness only i do not decline to be the poet of wickedness also went out ready for his sexuality morning how you settle your head afford my hips and gently turned over upon me you're not ready for whitney or we break off whatever chunk of his book we think we can use folks who go to him for the pro democracy stuff might ignore the gay parts or in claiming him the gay community might slough off really graphic hetero parts like whitman says in the book he contains multitudes he was also one of the multitudinous working throng unlike the popular poets at the time william cullen bryant henry wadsworth longfellow whitman didn't go to college he didn't even go to high school.

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"pablo neruda" Discussed on NPR News Now

NPR News Now

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"pablo neruda" Discussed on NPR News Now

"President trump's former chief strategist steve bannon was due on capitol hill today for a closeddoor meeting with lawmakers on the house intelligence committee the panel is investigating russian meddling in the us presidential election bannon was still working for the administration when trump fired than fbi director jim colmey the white house doctor who examined president trump last week offered some details on his findings today dr ronnie jackson says the president's overall health is excellent but that he would benefit from making some changes suffolk the president are you know he knocked talker he would he would like to lose over the north's i think a reasonable goal over the next year so is listed 15 pounds her we talked about diving exercise allott jackson says he conducted a cognitive test at president trump's request and that he did exceedingly well on wall street today the dow fell ten points the nasdaq was down thirty seven points the sp lost nine this is npr secretary of state rex tillerson is cohosting a meeting of twenty nations to coordinate a response to north korea's nuclear and missile activities he's calling on his counterparts to enforce sanctions and intercept ships that conduct illicit trade with pyongyang on this first day of a trip to chile pope francis apologized for what he called the irreparable damage to victims of sexual abuse by catholic priests an issue that is fuelling strong opposition to his visit there nonetheless his emily green reports from santiago there was a strong showing at a public mass this morning thousands of people showed up at dawn at the site of a mass in order to get a good view of the pope in his homily he called for two lanes to work for peace and justice and invoked to lame poet pablo neruda but the mood of the mass was relatively subdued the pope's visit has been overshadowed by criticism of his response to allegations of sexual abuse by dozens.

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"pablo neruda" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

As It Happens from CBC Radio

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"pablo neruda" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

"Um it is something that could have been modified without getting into technica there's the bacteria south and then there's the toxin factoria produced his staphylococcus aureus has and the potential end had producing a very bad talks in line that concussion septic acollided bacteria do hello it's difficult to act to determine if talks in makeni remained fat free to protein cam es and gun two different technique but i work as quickly looking at any bacteria present dna of the bacteria what is next in your own investigation and right now basically that we have to do is take all of the information that we retrieve down at a different tactic of dna to app this fact here yet and peace it back together to reconstruct its entire jeananne his computer analysis basically like taking fayette has elevate has fivemillion pc and trying to put it together so that you can obtain a my clear picture had exactly what this activity is and if it could strain came from 1973 what does it mean to you to have a role in this investigation alley it's actually been really incredible own it if it meant a lot to me this is a recent historical case i mean we're used to wear canine remained fit am i can tell long ago have quite hits on my face they act facelift ass and i i ran pattern of any poetry and very aware of what happened in cherry and if it then quite an city pied of the expert panel asthmatic kind.

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"pablo neruda" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

As It Happens from CBC Radio

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"pablo neruda" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

"According to the death certificate of chilean poet pablo neruda it was prostate cancer the killed them it turns out that certificate is not worth the paper it's printed on in 2011 the official cause of death was contested and a chilean court ordered the nobel laureate's remains be exhumed and studied there were reports that mr need ruda had been poisoned on the day he died well researchers can now confirmed that it was not cancer the took mr nasa's life but whether he was poisoned remains a mystery debbie point are is a research associate at mcmaster universities ancient dna lab she is part of the team analyzing um mr nays rudas remains we reached her in hamilton ontario ms point are why did you and your salary searchers conclude that puddle in arusha did not die of cancer we concluded fran protein analyses tacit were done on his down ten remain and from testimony off from heme written if that were interviewed mostly it with fan his physical state they dan on the immediate causing death on the death certificate with cac kia which is wasting your thinning gator chronic illness and dairy cows saleh fighter graphic evidence that that was absolutely not the case if he was not at all cac thick so what did causes death that has not been completely determined jat it's an ongoing investigation but it certainly um does not appear that it wise to prostate cancer that he had had for a few years.

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"pablo neruda" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

As It Happens from CBC Radio

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"pablo neruda" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

"Yeah and then what happened was ecotaxes are offering a deal at that time for an extra fifteen dollars you could add a family member so i said i thought i will add you will get your report and then after that he had decided on how often what uh monitor this uh it made sense and i thought it was the right thing to do had i any idea or enquiring at the opening of both up to the exact opposite uh or lack of security i you could i hit and a half of the frying pan what if you had to do to track what's happened to your co reputation first tried calling the akwa facts lie they give you a line to call on it they were not helpful they i got a young man who i believe very wellintentioned i asked if you question and he said we don't have those answers now and i'm thinking why did you send voters out to people and set up this before you have someone who can answer specific question so i got like credit report from transient and i have my all at quacks report from two thousand fifteen well on for a whole my my credit score is down and i find a mysterious account of personal anna credit at a separate finance financial institution that has been reopened which i quote at the i have to go in there now and bring all of this stuff and say you know what is going on and i said set of i said look at the last activity on this was january thirty two thousand six it now eleven years later i'd never heard anything promptly when you see something like that a what goes through you it could be just an error ought to be heard on the part of the financial institution or are part of trans union uh they're at ninety number of explanations but when you're in this position you feel very disturbed violate how many hours do you think you he's been spending ali mahdi and diet they cut the bulk of my weekend email the financial institution.

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"pablo neruda" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:40 min | 3 years ago

"pablo neruda" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"It's six thirty gmt this is weekend from the bbc world service still to come how the far left in the us responding to the far right china's intentions towards north korea has this week's communist party congress offered up any clues and the parenting challenge of embracing two different coaches at seoul here on weekend with me julian work now a summary of world news bbc news the spanish government is to hold a special cabinet meeting today to impose central control over the region of catalonia the prime minister mahdi on on a high said the measures were aimed at restoring the rule of law and they've been agreed with spain's opposition parties the egyptian with authorities say at least fifty three members of the security forces and fifteen islamist militants have been killed in a clash in egypt's western desert the interior ministry said the militants had fired at the offices as they were raiding their hideout the former white house strategist steve bannon is issued a tirade of abuse again at dawn w bush after the former president made a speech implicitly criticizing president donald trump mr bannon said mr bush had no idea of what he was talking about just like when he was us president on friday mr bush without mentioning names spoke against the brand of populist nationalism that president trump found his form a top strategist spouse forensic experts investigating the death of the left wing chilean poet pablo neruda have said that he didn't die of prostate cancer as previously thought and could have been poisoned poplin rude died died less than two weeks after the military coup led by general lucas to finishing in 1973 three the united states has called in the baghdad government to limit the deployment of iraqi troops in the north of the country to prevent unnecessary clashes with kurdish forces on friday the iraqis to control of the last remaining district of the oilrich cook province human rights groups and zimbabwe's political opposition have condemn the decision by the world health organization to appoint president robert mugabe as a goodwill ambassador human rights watch said that give mr mugabe's record and human rights it was an embarrassment to give him such a role the opposition party said the move was laughable bbc news you're listening to the bbc world service on julia more occur with weekend and with me throughout the programme harry mount british author.

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"pablo neruda" Discussed on WINS 1010

WINS 1010

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"pablo neruda" Discussed on WINS 1010

"The time these days you will give us twenty two minutes we'll give you the word evening 68 degrees at eight forty on this friday 20th on october line and here's what's happening and tell them for a win tonight sending the bombers to the world series we're going to check in with a pop party in midtown intent in winter porter andrew foul zone in just a moment a wrong way driver on the bell parkway police car head on the officers and the driver suffered minor injuries the parents of in garden city teenagers seeing rolli against their son was so bad he developed an eating disorder international tina scientists say 'chilean poet pablo neruda did not die up cancer there has been speculation for years he may have been poisoned sinton went to accu weather says it will be clear and comfortable tonight sunny and warm all weekend long visit jake of wilkens yankees and astros remained scoreless in the bottom of the second in houston in game six it's the nets up fifty fifty five on the magic devils still drilling the sharks twonothing entering the third jeff challenger at bloomberg wall street's record books get another rewrite after a friday rally the new boss of g e says hey joe sir company needs time eight forty mind traffic and transit on the ones here's arrest meyer we got couple of accidents caused some havoc in the bronx this report is sponsored by burlington first up salvo that he can an accident over at ford road tying up traffic all the way to two hundred thirty third of very slow go equally logo on the cross bronx westbound delays kick end of the rock james extent all the way to dig and that is where an accident knocks out the left lane also into fairfield county north along 95 delays now between exits two and four got a stall over in the left lane city subway signalled troubles a dekalb avenue delays on the south end b d and and q and our trains here's what you need to know about the bridges and tunnels gybe under fifty minutes in bad at all three hudson river some do lingering delays out of the holland tunnel about 25 minutes a little more from it out and barrick street the typical on the fdr northbound women hat bridge to housed in and.

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"pablo neruda" Discussed on Politico's Off Message

Politico's Off Message

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"pablo neruda" Discussed on Politico's Off Message

"A polling back in the same way the nixon did from where things have gone too well i think at the end of the day at the bottom majority of the american public at people good their heart and we do have to remember that hillary clinton actually won the popular vote and i think that the trump supporters are in the minority of the american public unfortunately they did went to the electoral college but at the end of the day i believe that we will overcome and i'd like we did in the '60s you know with all of the repression that we had trimmed the nixon administration and ronald reagan that what we can't we win came over that right yes he knew we had more people of color and the colleges and more women uh you know and so we made a lot of progress and i do believe that's going to happen again because i think this is a wakeup call for america a lot of people can up to lunch and they were they were engaged in now they realized that they have to they have to become engaged and i love to quote the poet pablo neruda who said they can cut all the flowers but you can't hold back the spring and i do believe that we are this spring we're the ones that are going to go forward we're going to seoul seeds of justice and they're going to sprout and we're going to be a lot stronger and then we can really take care of the things that we didn't take care of like our dedication system to bring in ethnic studies at the kindergarten level you know to make sure that people know what the contributions of labor in women in in also you know people of color have been a to build is united states of america it's the future and or wherever you soon to frank was coming kennedy had been elected president.

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