Tag Archive for poetry

Colour-Blind Romance and other poems

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STEPHEN WILSON Colour-Blind Romance after Lorca’s Romance Sonámbulo How can I love what I cannot see? Green, green, I love you green. Sun on a woodland canopy, how can I see what can’t be seen? Green bird on an olive-branch,…

A Synchronistic Experience in Serbia

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RICHARD BERENGARTEN [Abstract] In May 1985, I visited Serbia from my home in Cambridge, England, to run a series of poetry writing workshops for pupils in Serbian schools, mostly in their early teens. With my daughter Lara, who was then…

Of Animal and Other Meetings

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SILVIA PIO (edited by) From Of Animal and Other Meetings by Rogan Wolf, Portugal Prints 2017 High Moments I have seen owls I have seen eagles. We have held meetings of high moment in the same ecstatic world. We have…

The Path is Poetry

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ABHAY K. Come Come as monsoon rains to a parched land of summer or softly as spring with new leaves and bird song come roaring as a volcano exuding plumes of gas and lava or shaking with great force as…

Each Side of the Solstice

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ANTHONY MELLORS Relict Land Undead wych elms rise from cliffs pathless & unstable as if at this hour above the talus old gods wrestled their own myths at risk from fungal pathogens an ancient rowan rives through skeletal yew wild…

Bringing a Poem to Be

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SERKAN ENGIN Bringing a poem into being requires a three-part supporting structure composed of poet-poem-reader. The poet-subject perceives the objective reality outside of himself as being a part of it and then he transforms it by using words, which are…