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POESIA SPAGNOLA CONTEMPORANEA – Pablo López Carballo – Meeting Benches

POESIA SPAGNOLA CONTEMPORANEA – Pablo López Carballo – Meeting Benches

DADDY – Poetry, by Sylvia Plath – Meeting Benches

DADDY – You do not do, you do not do any more, black shoe in which I have lived like a foot for thir.

Aveva iniziato a scrivere articoli per un quotidiano, drammi e poesie, ma con scarso successo. La sua prima raccolta poetica era stata pubblicata nel 1913, e trattava di coraggio e ricerca di Dio. Era nato a Salisburgo in un giorno di febbraio del 1887, e per tutta la sua infanzia aveva mostrato segni instabilità emotiva, ...

Aveva iniziato a scrivere articoli per un quotidiano, drammi e poesie, ma con scarso successo. La sua prima raccolta poetica era stata pubblicata nel 1913, e trattava di coraggio e ricerca di Dio. Era nato a Salisburgo in un giorno di febbraio del 1887, e per tutta la sua infanzia aveva mostrato segni instabilità emotiva, ...

THREE INCHES OF SKIN: Poetry by Laura Corraducci | Meeting Benches

THREE INCHES OF SKIN: Poetry by Laura Corraducci | Meeting Benches

WHAT WOULD NOT THIS WORLD: Poetry of Samuel Beckett | Meeting Benches

WHAT WOULD NOT THIS WORLD: Poetry of Samuel Beckett | Meeting Benches

SINKHOLES, CHAPTER ONE: A Distant Mirror | Meeting Benches

He was only an amateur painter, but he wanted to paint through the world of the di.

LUCREZIA TORNABUONI: Poetry, I do not care about you | Meeting Benches

Lucrezia TORNABUONI Italian poet was born in Florence in the mother of Lorenzo de 'Medici.

EVERYWHERE WE GO - Poetry by Henrik Nordbrandt - Meeting Benches

EVERYWHERE WE GO Everywhere we go, we always come too late what a time we started to find.

I WRITE THE WORD “MUTE”: Poetry, by Nathan Shepherdson | Meeting Benches

I WRITE THE WORD “MUTE”: Poetry, by Nathan Shepherdson | Meeting Benches

IN YOUR EMBRACE – Poetry by Delicate Arch | Meeting Benches

IN YOUR EMBRACE – Poetry by Delicate Arch | Meeting Benches

ONE HAND ON THE DOOR: Poetry by Kasumasa Nakagawa | Meeting Benches

ONE HAND ON THE DOOR: Poetry by Kasumasa Nakagawa | Meeting Benches

LULLABY: Poetry of Kathleen Jamie | Meeting Benches

LULLABY My sweet little man, wild cherry and mountain ash, if you knew to stay on his feet would .

YOU ARE MY SLAVERY, YOU ARE MY FREEDOM – Poetry of Nazim Hikmet | Meeting Benches

YOU ARE MY SLAVERY, YOU ARE MY FREEDOM – Poetry of Nazim Hikmet | Meeting Benches

NIKE – Poetry, by Maria Pawlikoswka | Meeting Benches

NIKE You are like the Nike of Samothrace in Paris, oh sleepless love: also hurt, with the same fe.

I DO NOT KNOW MORE, I DO NOT WANT MORE – Marceline Desbordes-Valmore | Meeting Benches

I DO NOT KNOW MORE, I DO NOT WANT MORE – Marceline Desbordes-Valmore | Meeting Benches

ECO: Poetry, by Joan Brossa | Meeting Benches

ECO: Poetry, by Joan Brossa – Meeting Benches

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