Yearly Archives: 2016

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by Anna Varney-Wong   The sweet melancholy Whispers from distant childhood as I walk in the soft rain. Beautiful pristine Cape Town You are in fact built on the grave yard of forced removals. One can feel the vacancy in

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A Silver

by Alexander Smith   There is a silver that glides Across the heads of bushes And hides beneath each leaf. The silver which dances in The belly of the wave, Illuminates the bald skulls of the wise. Each shade greater

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Poems by Natalie Railoun

Summer 16 grapes cut from their vein slaughtered heap of vine smells of earth of silkworms and mulberry leaves the purple splatter of summer fruits on childhood happiness   a haiku Just after midnight a toad swims across the moon

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Poems by Tomás Sánchez Hidalgo

Aquel País   First, check the ladder´s closure, next, place it firmly against the tree; when you get to the top, never look fixed face to the sun, nor the clouds neither (or you get dizzy). Now, you simply look

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VOICE OF CONSCIENCE: THE LIFE AND WORK OF ATTILA JÓZSEF

by Iván Kovács   Attila József is internationally acknowledged as an important poet of the first half of the 20th century, and has been widely translated from Hungarian into all major European languages, as well as Russian and Esperanto. Harold

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