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THE RHYTHMIC FLOW OF INTENSE FEELINGS – Listening Indian poems

The most significant feature of Indian literature is its diversity. Rabindra Nath Tagore, was one of the greatest writers in the history of Indian literature. He was the first Indian poet to gain a permanent place in the canon of world literature. He wrote in almost all literature genres, it is as a poet he was internationally recognized. His poems ...

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FEMALE POETIC SHADES – Dante, Guido and William: love and poetry, the greatest of poetic horizons

Like poetry, also love accompanies the story of our lives. Its roots in the mists of time, poetry has preserved for us the story of distant eras. Love and poetry, constitute one of the most inseparable pairs that have accompanied the evolution of our culture. Write poems, he coincided with talk about love. Inside this great poetic horizon, countless were ...

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READING POEMS, EVEN QHILE YOU ARE TRAVELING IN CHINA

CHINESE POEMS OF THE TWENTY-FIRST CENTURY – Many people loves to read. Our proposal call any web-traveler to sit into Meeting Benches info@meetingbenches.com to share written emotions, observing new creative horizons. In his book (How to Read and Why), Harold Bloom says that we should read slowly, with love and with our inner ear cocked. By reading a written description, ...

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TO BE BELOVED – Giacomo Leopardi

Remembered for his intensely pessimistic attitude towards the human condition and life, he was a significant figure of the Italian Romanticism era. The extraordinarily lyrical quality of his poetry, made him a central protagonist in the European and literary and cultural landscape. His own literary evolution, created a remarkable and renowned poetic work, related to the Romantic era. Giacomo Leopardi ...

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IN THE DEPTH – Poem by Dastilige Nevante

ASTONISHMENT, poems loose in the winter. A short collection of poems – with screens – that has matured in the season where everything seems to be sleeping, but where everything can be born in silence. http://meetingbenches.com/e-book-english-version/ Dante Evangelisti was born in Italy and graduated in Psycho-Sociology of Communication. For many years he worked for international insurance company. Painter with passion ...

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A SUNNY DAY THAT MAKES YOU WARM – Antonio de Curtis (Totò): the prince of laughter who recited poems

He, the man who had a very long name and surname, remains today the most popular Italian comedian of all time, distinguished himself even outside of acting, becoming a playwright and poet, lyricist and sometimes singer. He is still considered – even for a few dramatic roles – one of the greatest performers in the history of the theater and ...

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ROMANIAN POEMS

Romanian culture, certainly was heavily influenced by the Eastern Orthodox Church. The earliest translated books into Romanian were Slavonic religious texts from the 15th century, and the first book printed in Romania was a Slavonic religious book in 1508. In the Romanian lands, dominated by the Ottoman Empire, they decided not to allow Romanian rulers, but through Greek merchants of ...

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ANOREXIC – Poem by Eavan Boland

Eavan Boland is an Irish poet and feminist. She was born in Dublin and was educated in London and New York. Her first book (In Her Own Image), established her reputation as a writer (on specifically feminist themes and on the difficulties faced by women poets in a male-dominated literary world). She is professor of English at Stanford University and ...

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CHINESE POEMS OF THE TWENTY-FIRST CENTURY

Many people loves to read. Our proposal call any web-traveler to sit into Meeting Benches info@meetingbenches.com to share written emotions, observing new creative horizons. In his book (How to Read and Why), Harold Bloom says that we should read slowly, with love and with our inner ear cocked. By reading a written description, your mind is responsible for creating that ...

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CONTEMPORARY IDIANS POETS

Many people loves to read. Our proposal call any web-traveler to sit into Meeting Benches info@meetingbenches.com to share written emotions, observing new creative horizons. Readers enjoy the arts and improve their imagination. Reading makes you smarter, it improves your memory to discover and create yourself. In his book (How to Read and Why), Harold Bloom says that we should read ...

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