Four Sonnets by Pablo Neruda, Set 2

Song Cycle by Judith Cloud

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1. Sonnet VIII: from Manana (Morning) [sung text not yet checked]

If your eyes were not the color of the moon
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2. Sonnet XXXV: from Mediodia (Afternoon) [sung text not yet checked]

Your hand flew from my eyes into the day
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3. Sonnet LXX: Tarde (Evening) [sung text not yet checked]

Maybe -- though I do not bleed -- I am wounded
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4. Sonnet LXXXI: from Noche (Night) [sung text not yet checked]

And now you're mine. Rest with your dream into my dream
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