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LOVE MADE IT IN US, LIKE A DAY IT WAS LIGHT – Meira Delmar: Evening is no longer an evening; it is the memory of that other

The perception of having already met, of being the expected “other”. In her honor, the National Poetry Prize that bears her name was created. She was a poet of Lebanese Colombian origin. Born in Barranquilla on a day in August 1922, Olga Isabel Chams Eljach became know under the pseudonym of Meira Delmar. Among the most significant poets of the …

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EROTISM, SENSUALITY AND SOLITUDE – Kateřina Rudčenková: Speeches and conversations with the world.

The impossibility of mutual understanding. Kateřina Rudčenková http://rudcenkova.freehostia.com/ was born in Prague in April 1976, becoming a recognized and respected poet and writer. She graduated in writing and screenwriting, and in life sciences. He received second prize in a theatrical competition in 2006 for his theatrical comedy Niekur. In 2014, one of his poetry collections received Magnesia Liter for Poetry. …

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POETIC EXPERIMENTS IN SONNET FORM – Michele Leggott: A woman, a rose and what has it to do, with her.

When poems interweaves childhood memories and experiences of starting a family. Reading her poems, you too can discover the sharpness of images and her wonderful ear for the musical sounds. Born 1956 in Stratford (New Zealand), she completed an MA in English in 1979, and she then moved to Canada to do a PhD at the University of British Columbia. …

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WRITING LONGHAND, GOING BACK TO THE SOURCE – Ivy Alvarez: A prolific writer that has had her work featured in various publications in Australia, England, Philippines and online.

To begin with, write in notebook, then transcribe to computer. Welcome to 123 Pioneer Street, Mandaluyong City. They are the only bookstore in Manila that focuses on Philippine art, you offering a platform to generate cultural awareness. Artbooks https://artbooks.ph/is a new independent bookstore run by a company of artists dedicated to documenting and promoting Philippine art and culture. A selection …

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A THIRTY, THE PARTY IS OVER – Choi Young-mi: Accusation in the form of a poem. Six stanzas. Twenty-seven lines. .

Poem that brought down Korea’s revered poet. Check out the view from tower or spend a whole day at the National Museum of Korea. Take a break at Bukhansan National Park or diversify yourself on the streets of Itaewon. Why not have fun at Korean singing rooms? Jogyesa Temple https://english.visitseoul.net/attractions/Jogyesa-Temple_/2586 it is one of the oldest and most important Buddhist …

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WHEN BEAUTY STOOD BENEATH A WINDOW – Valery Bryusov: Never have agreed that true religion demands outward manifestations.

If in the world there exists a beauty for enchantment, then how might one describe it? In 1900, he came to be revered by Symbolists as an authority in matters of art, becaming editor of the influential literary magazine Vesy. Between 1885 and 1893, he received an excellent education, studying in Moscow gymnasiums. VALERY BRYUSOV, Russian poet and prose writer …

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LIKE A BUNCH OF ROSES – Kostas Karyotakis: A desperate mentality, as a symbolistic annulment of the dream’s deceptive rapture.

The uncompromising stride. Each of us possesses it to some extent, sometimes we do not realize it, but creativity is not a characteristic of a select few. Sometimes it must be stimulated, perhaps savoring an island atmosphere, delicious food and beaches full of history. Welcome to Preveza http://www.visitgreece.gr/en/main_cities/preveza, between the Ionian Sea and the Gulf of Arta. Between Preveza and …

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THE FAMILY PRODUCT OF CLERICAL AND SOCIAL REFORMER MEN – Marion Angus: Broaden horizons through reading, even when traveling abroad.

Even when her wit was mordant, she had a capacious and most generous heart. Sunderland is a city at the mouth of the River Wear. There are 77 commemorative blue plaques spread out across the city, which mark buildings, places of interest or influential people. Creating something is a powerful form of self-expression, and it can influence other people. The …

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STRATIFICATIONS AND POETIC INTRICHES – Lisel Mueller, when sadness becomes poetry.

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WHEN, OF ALL THINGS, THE WORST IS HAVING BEEN BORN – Antero de Quental: Writing poems, between pessimism and depression.

Poetry, a sincere confession of the most intimate thought of an era. Ponta Delgada https://www.visitportugal.com/en/NR/exeres/6B6EEBF7-573E-4DD7-A758-8D260C6CA546, where to experience whale and dolphin watching, or a private tour of Sete Cidades and Lagoa do Fogo. Here you can also relax in the hot springs of an active volcano, heading towards the Furnas volcanic complex (in Povoação), bathing in the warm waters of …

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