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Winter Grace

There is this poem by Patricia Fargnoli, which actually captures what I try to touch upon in my photos, in a wonderful way. Listen to this: Winter Grace by Patricia Fargnoli If you have seen the snow under the lamppost

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The best poems by Wallace Stevens

The best poems by Wallace Stevens The Collected Poems of Wallace Stevens won the Pulitzer Prize for Poetry when it was published in 1955. Stevens’s poetry continues to be popular, but where should the relative novice, the reader yet to

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Paterson review: Adam Driver’s poetic bus driver proves safe pair of hands | Film | The Guardian

Jim Jarmusch’s new movie is a quiet delight: the story of a gentle, artistic man and his wife which celebrates small-town life and dreams without patronising Source: Paterson review: Adam Driver’s poetic bus driver proves safe pair of hands |

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In Honour and Memory to Tomas Tranströmer!!! (1931-2015)

Miracle Speech: The Poetry of Tomas Tranströmer – The New Yorker. Page-Turner October 6, 2011 Miracle Speech: The Poetry of Tomas Tranströmer By Teju Cole Two truths approach each other. One comes from inside, the other from outside, and where

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