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SADNESS NAME – Circe Maia: The Uruguayan writer of Courage.

When light lingers on corners and sky touches everything. Was built in 1938 and recently renovated (retaining its Art-Decó facade), to provide maximum comfort, refined style and latest technology while. It is located in the Old City, Don Boutique Hotel Montevideo www.donhotelmontevideo.com.uy, strategically located close the best restaurants, theaters and museums. Restaurants? Its daily menu is made up of just …

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A REFUGEE STRUGGLING TO ADJUST TO LIFE – Mariela Griffor: Growing up between democracy to a dictatorship.

When agents brutally murder your loved one. South of Santiago, the city you will encounter is worth a visit on your way. Concepción will have you forgetting all about your sadness. Is located atop a bluff, wanderfully overlooking the beautiful rocky coast and beaches below. Here you can visit Museum Pedro Del Río Zañartu https://prz.cl/ that tell you the life …

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TO BE INVISIBLE OXYGEN OF A COUNTRY’S POETRY – Gerardo Diego, musicologist and prolific, innovative poet.

Belonging to “Generation of 27”, perfect mix between the new and the old. In Santander, its beautiful seaside on the shores of the Cantabrian Sea can be the holiday destination of your dreams. Locals and tourists come to rest on the sandy Sardinero beach, practice surfing or play las palas. Among its major museums, find time visit the Maritime Museum …

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THE TASTE OF LANGUAGE, MAPPED BY MANY COLORS – Marjorie Evasco: gathering broken shards, in memory of those who went ahead of us.

In the rooms of love, the landscape is not always seamless. It was known to be a fishing village when Jesuit priests first landed here, but it is know for a famous poet. Offers you a panoramic view of the neighboring island, Cebu province. Going there may take at about 30 minutes from the capital to the town. Maribojoc it …

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WRITE WORDS OF LOVE ON THE WATER – Xuan Quynh: like melting into a hundred small waves, writing poems.

Love’s wave does not find itself, until it reaches the sea. Traditional Handicraft Village? The itinerary will take you to visit Dong Ho Painting Village (to discover its ancient art form of wood block printing) and two of Vietnam’s finest pagodas. If you wish to escape from the hustle, this full-day trip is an ideal choice. https://eleganthanoi.com/hanoi-trip-dau-thap-pagodas-dong-ho-painting-village/ Taste of Halong …

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STROVE TO LOOSEN POETRY FROM TRADITIONAL FORMS – Xu Zhimo, Made contributions to modern Chinese literature.

Naturalize Western forms, into modern poetry. About its notable people, Xu Zhimo, an early 20th-century poet. Town it is in the south side of Yangtze River Delta, and in the north of Zhejiang. In 1949 was occupied by the Communist Army, and the county government was relocated to Xiashi Town. Hǎiníng is known for its leather industry and its leather-silhouette …

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LYRICAL INTERTWINING OF SOLITUDE – Noh Cheonmyeong, an early-modern South Korean Poet.

Expanding upon the themes melancholy, solitude and love. It is a city in North Korea, only 8 km from the DMZ with South Korea. Kaesong featuring one of the best-preserved “old towns” in the country. The citadel used to have seven gates, but only Nam Gate is left. Here you can also visit Panmunjeom, village divided between two Koreas, the …

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A LOAF OF POETRY – Naoshi Koriyama / From opposite sides of the globe, nurturing a lifelong friendship.

Growing a shy, lonely person, being so far away from home. A native of the subtropical Amami Islands, between mainland Japan and Taiwan. In 2011, he published his first volume entirely in Japanese. His interest in poetry came from using it as a tool to combat his feelings of loneliness. Member Poetry Society Japan, Japanese English language educator and poet, …

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WE ARE GOING – Oodgeroo Noonuccal / Let no one say the past is dead, the past is all about us and within.

Dreaming about totem, carpet snake and sense of injustice. Considered the first of the modern-day Aboriginal writers her first volume of poetry is the first book by an Aboriginal woman published. Her original Anglo-Australian name it was Kathleen Jean Mary Ruska. She was born in a November day, 1920 in Australia, becoming Australian Aboriginal writer and political activist, but her …

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I SIT DOWN PEACEFULLY WITH MY BOOK – Edward James / When soon ideas you begin to see.

Medicate me, with a peaceful pile of letters. When his father died, he inherited a huge property in Sussex. The Prince of Wales reputedly fathered EDWARD JAMES. He was born in West Dean House estate (Sussex), into an August day, 1907. Growing, he become a British poet, best known for his patronage of the surrealist art movement. In the early …

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