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Octubre 10th, 2011 - 18:17:49
Delirious interpretations of the rose,
grow in a text. A song of virtues,
a song of vices. Centaure Phallique
shines against black.
His arrow spelling polymorphic dances.
Melting lacquer in the wind,
spirits of the paper, the breasts of mountains -
calling, yearning for the sea.
Life Death is in human nature,
all the rivers empty in la mar.
14 de Septiembre de 2006, 08:47
Academy of American Poets - Bulletin, August 2006.
Classic poems just added to Poets.org: two ballades by François Villon , and from Robert Hayden , "Those Winter Sundays," a restrained lyric evoking the unspoken love between a stern, silent father and his ungrateful son, and the inventive dramatic monologue "[American Journal]," in which an extraterrestrial reports on his observations among the Americans
5 de Agosto de 2006, 17:02
Cesar Vallejo Black Stone Lying On A White Stone, My brother Miguel (Translations: Robert Bly)
César Vallejo is dead. Everyone beat him
although he never does anything to them;
they beat him hard with a stick and hard also
with a rope. These are the witnesses:
the Thursdays, and the bones of my arms,
the solitude, and the rain, and the roads. . .
23 de Junio de 2006, 15:52
Austin Poets - Lance Williams
& when trembling
he touches her
as if falling
in a river
of blue stone
10 de Junio de 2006, 12:53
Phoenix New Life Poetry (David Alen Stringer)
the voice ofPhoenix Poets, an international co-operative friendship network of artists and writers worldwide, rather than a commercial literary journal and is open to all contributors. Co-founding poets: David Allen Stringer & Dr. Emmanuel Petrakis,Members of the “Planetary Council” of “TheUniversal Alliance” (“Phoenix New Life Poetry” is a project of “The Universal Alliance”)
24 de Abril de 2006, 20:35
Poems. Selected from 'Mother Blood" (by Rolando Sifuentes, Cecilia Bustamante)
Selected Free Verse Poems by Peruvian-American Poet Cecilia Bustamante.
She is a National Prize Award Poet in Her Native Country: Perú.
1 de Abril de 2006, 18:33
Literature - Poems by Peruvian-American Poet Cecilia Bustamante.
Cecilia Bustamante is a Peruvian-American writer, journalist and teacher.Her poetry has appeared in book form, ink and paper magazines and lately on e-zines - in English as well as in Spanish throughout the world. She has been a visiting professor at the University of Texas at Austin. At present she is retired writing her memoirs.Here we present five pieces from her book Mother Blood. In these mature poems, rich in evocative images that fills our senses, she expresses some of her nostalgia as often happens with people living far away from their homeland.
26 de Marzo de 2006, 14:27
Austin Poets. International Poetry Day - Thom Woodruff (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Wrapped in habits,eye was rapped
on my shell by a sharp peck o pain
which disturbed my comfort zone home
so eye had to go outside to find
what and who was knocking(so LOUD!
It was future me asking to be let in
Eye gave myself permission just to B
and soon eye was tapping on others'doors
o perception/reception just 2 B
is not enough-breath is contagious..
20 de Marzo de 2006, 23:32
Austin Poets - Ric Williams
...& she folded in the fields
the islands of snow
& when she imagines
the winter trees
20 de Marzo de 2006, 18:30
Austin Poets: email@example.com
& all he saw was a vague intimation
her head hanging down
as if bathed in some
thin honey light
perhaps a train
station at night
a ledge of
& there was
a chill in the air
9 de Febrero de 2006, 00:48