Tag Archive for Richard Berengarten

Setting fire to words

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There is fire in poetry RICHARD BERENGARTEN Still and on May this work move on, and on its winding way and these words hold well together and, in their time wherever they carry, together hold constant at all points on…

The sound of one hand clapping

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Question: What is the sound of one hand clapping? Answer: Poetry. In occasion of the forthcoming publication of his book Changing, the British poet Richard Berengarten will be an international guest at the Silk Road Poetry Week in Xichang, Sichuan,…

Stay in this light

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Paola Musa’s poetry Barumini (Nuragic fortress, Sardinia) You could have loved me among the silent fortresses of our unknown ancestors. Now bitter is the meantime in your eyes. No verb, then, among the olive trees. No scroll, save the wind.…

Traduzionetradizione

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CLAUDIA AZZOLA Issue No. 11 of the Traduzionetradizione journals - Editorial The present issue falls into two subjects: poetry and prose, the prose fiction of established nomenclature, presenting two extracts out of novels which outdo the plot and realism, and root in…

The Ghost of the Mediterranean

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MARIO NICOLAO And I hear my secret sea flood in, my hushed inner sea (‘Cicadas’, FL 171) a Homage to Agnostos Nomolos The Mediterranean contains many ghosts under the ceaseless to-ing and fro-ing of its green-blue waves. The ghost of…