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SING TO LIBERTY – José Antonio Labordeta / The singer-songwriter who used concerts to express what censorship impeded in print and television.

Songwriter, but poetry was a passion all his life. Its San Pedro Cathedral, is of the finest examples of Romanesque architecture in Spain. Jaca, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2BCd0BlF6pc the city with it’s stone walls, buildings and cobblestone streets it was the capital of Aragon until 1097. The surrounding mountains provide you a reflection of the extraordinary landscape of the Pyrenees. Dont forget: is …

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BRETON SONG – Max Jacob / A man that felt the sting of anti-Semitism, as a child.

The professional of prose poetry. Not far from Brittany’s far western point, where a poet was born who knew many forms of modernist art, Quimper is a historic city permeated with this region’s identity. Every few steps, here there’s a crêperie to tempt you http://alafoliecafe.com/about-us/. Its old town has medieval timber-framed houses (always with typical Breton granite at the base). …

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WHEN SOFT MIST DRINK YOUR HORIZON – Johann Wolfgang von Goethe / Living as a free man, without religious or social attachments.

Nothing is more difficult to see with your eyes, than what you have under your nose. It’s located on both sides of the Main River. The southern part of the city contains the Germany’s largest city forest. Frankfurt am Main, is the fifth-largest city in Germany, and was one of the most important cities of the Holy Roman Empire. Roman …

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THE THOUGHT MY HEART IS SWEET – Lapo Gianni / Creative originality, in eleven ballads and six songs.

Hugging, with lightness of style, in the reassuring vision of love. The only fixed point of reference in his biography is that he is known to have been alive in 1328, but the exact date of his death varies according to the identification proposed. Of him, even though he was a Florentine, he worked in Cortona, Venice and Bologna. His …

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MIDDLE PASSAGE – Robert Hayden / A voyage through poetry, death and life, upon these shores.

A haunting poem, that operates in complex ways. Yes, you too can discover cool and unusual things to do in Detroit (Michigan), like Heidelberg Project, https://www.heidelberg.org/ the one man’s attempt to create an artistic wonder on a run-down block in Detroit. Tyree Guyton grew up in a Detroit and his house was in a growing, middle-class neighborhood. When he was …

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NAMING MYSELF – Selina Tusitala Marsh / The easy way to grow in Poem’s Island.

Writing poems in weeping sands. Waiheke Island https://www.waiheke.co.nz/ is island in the Hauraki Gulf (New Zealand). Its ferry terminal is 21.5 km (13.4 mi) from Auckland. There are many scenic beaches, including Onetangi Beach. In Onetangi (a Māori name meaning “weeping sands”), you can find sandcastle-building contests annually. You too have a few hours to build your creations in soft …

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TO PREPARE FOR YOU – Kaye Aldenhoven / When usual becomes strange and the worlds come closer.

Loving family and garden, Northern Territory and poetry. The island has until recently been open, because the local Aboriginal Land Council did not encourage tourism, but there is now a resort style hotel on the island and visitors are welcome. Groote Eylandt is the largest island in the Gulf of Carpentaria, and it’s part of the Arnhem Land Aboriginal Reserve. …

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THE MOON IS HIGH – Toeti Heraty / Writing for Indonesian people and love of poetry.

Growing inside first generation of Indonesian feminist thinkers. In 1981, she was a guest at the Poetry International festival in Rotterdam. She writes poems, both intimate and personal, that highlight repressive conventions. She is Indonesian poet with a creative and powerful vision. TOETI HERATY was born in 1933, in Bandung (West Java), on a November day, becoming human rights activist …

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IN THE FIELD FILLING UP WITH SNOW – Seo Jeong-ju / Become a poet, among rice fields, temples and dolmens.

When youth experiences influence a literary style. Our Korean’s art journey start in Seodang, were private village schools providing elementary education during the Goryeo and Joseon dynasties. Here you can find the temple of Seonunsa. Gochang County (county in North Jeolla Province, South Korea), it’s a rural area. The Gochang Dolmens (located in Maesan village), are listed as a UNESCO …

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THE HEART’S FIFTH CHAMBER – Angkarn Chanthathip / Because poetry has to reflect your perspective on the world.

Living in the countryside, when you took 40 minutes to get to school. As the site of the northeast’s largest university, in Khon Kaen there are more than enough interesting attractions and good facilities to make your stop rewarding. Into Khon Kaen National Museum, you can find a collection of artefacts spans prehistoric times to the present. This province makes …

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