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ITALIAN POETRY LIBRARY / TUSCANY

For the Italian language, the text that is considered as the first written document no longer in Latin but in the vernacular (960-963), is represented by the witnesses formulas relating to the ownership of lands claimed by the abbey of Montecassino. If there is a land of choice of literature, this is undoubtedly Tuscany, where the Italian language is developed, …

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POETRY LIBRARY / SICILY

Everyone loves to travel, but not everyone loves to travel the same way. All you have to do is have the time in your life. Meeting Benches. The way to make the world a better place is easy. Choose a bench, where you can publish what you have painted or written, a review of a book that you’ve read, or …

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GERMAN POETRY – Eduard Moerike

Eduard Moerike was Lutheran pastor and German poet, born near Stuttgart, in 1804 inside an September day. His first published work was the novel Maler Nolten. Poet, novelist, clergyman, and scholar, he is not only one of the great German poets, but also a writer who deeply inspired composers. His extraordinary handling of sounds (and rhythmic patterns), evokes the magical …

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POETRY LIBRARY / AUSTRALIA – Dorothy Porter

Her first collection signalled the arrival of a new voice on the Australian poetry. Her ability to convey the heat of passion is a first secret of her repertoire. Dorothy Porter reminded us that poetry could handle many, many sensations and emotions, as quiet intimacy orjealousy, seduction, wild sex and obsession, that suggest love in its various phases. Always, she …

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ON THE BORDER OF THE DISTANCE – Slovenian Poems in the moonlight, in the short days of April

The Vitruvian Man, is a drawing by Leonardo da Vinci. https://leonardodavinci.stanford.edu/submissions/clabaugh/history/leonardo.html It is accompanied by notes based on the work of the architect Vitruvius. The drawing, depicts a man in two superimposed positions with his arms and legs apart and inscribed in a circle and square. Leonardo’s image has become much more than a literal illustration of a proportional canon. …

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HUNGARIAN SHADES OF POETRY

NIGHT’S – Poetry by Petöfi Sándor Night’s sleep peacefully village and town, moon Light shines the sky, starry. Asleep and you, my jewel, holdes girl sloes eye with blonde hair? I want this night to sleep are not fit, dreaming I lie awake, find no rest, Kingdoms float before my eyes, and the queen in you.Is also stealing a gross …

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WHEN THE POETRY FEEL SLOVAK LANGUAGE

DIET BUSINESS – Poetry by Terezia Kontova Today I am eating spinach, tomorrow I am eating spinach and your smile, on Monday I am eating spinach or your smile. This is how I reduce my kilograms. Anyhow, if you are too fatty, please, look at me, and I will reduce your kilograms too, by kissing you, by hugging you, by …

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RHYTHMIC DREAMS INSIDE DUTCH POEMS

RHYTHMIC DREAMS – Poetry by Aidan She dreams in spirals Folded double her DNA, her essence. Gleaming, glittering fierce eyes flashing, elegantly packed with ribbon. Dancer, conductor her baton swaying, blazing with fire and flames. Cinderella smiles flies through the air. Zig-zags, serpents living for the ball. Rolling, reaching, pointing her toes towards the heavens, where stars and dreams reside. …

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ALSATIAN POEMS

WATERPROOF ALSATIAN – Poetry by Nick Armbrister Alsatian dog lives under the sea, along with spoon billed turtle, and a dolphin who is normal. Follow concrete pier into the shallows, angling down into deeper water light fading shines no more. Here they play, special dog with oily coat swimming and turning eating fish. Surfaces to breathe, spoon billed turtle is …

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LOVING PENDANTS – Poetry by Dastilige Nevante

LOVING PENDANTS The memories clinking shreds of memory my courtyard crowded. Not broken wings in the dark and even the noise of the doubt. They play all the melodies, where I sing and swimming.   ASTONISHMENT, poems loose in the winter. A short collection of poems gained in the season where everything seems to be sleeping, but where everything can …

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