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Only at night, writing poems in Spanish, could I return to my senses, and soothe my own sorrow over what I had left behind. And then, one day, a poem of mine was translated and published in the English language. My poem, expressed in another language, spoke for itself. Sometimes the austere sounds of English help me bear the solitude of knowing that I am foreign and so far away from those about whom I write. I must admit I would like more opportunities to read in Spanish to people whose language and culture is also mine, to join in our common heritage and in the feast of our sounds. I believe that many exiles share the unresolvable torment of not being able to live in the language of their childhood. I miss that undulating and sensuous language of mine, those baroque descriptions, the sense of being and feeling that Spanish gives me. It is perhaps for this reason that I have chosen and will always choose to write in Spanish. Nothing else from my childhood world remains. My country seems to be frozen in gestures of silence and oblivion. My relatives have died, and I have grown up not knowing a young generation of cousins and nieces and nephews. Many of my friends were disappeared, others were tortured, and the most fortunate, like me, became guardians of memory. For us, to write in Spanish is to always be in active pursuit of memory. On that, my last Chilean day, I carried under my arm my innocence recorded in a little blue notebook I kept even then.