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"bi khúc tàn phai"

dây thần kinh đông cứng xương khớp đông cứng
giác quan không còn động đậy
xúc cảm đứng im
hoặc, không còn

Đỗ Bảo viết hai lời cho cùng khúc nhạc, một Bi khúc, hai Tàn phai… 286 more words

La La La

Transcending Elation

Your hair down. A smile dancing on your lips, reddened by the inebriating, enchanting embrace we have just shared. Your laughing eyes inviting me. You have never been as beautiful as you are today. 144 more words



What an extraordinary period for art were the early years of the twentieth century in the City of Light, much of it emanating from two refuges for poor artists and writers – Le Bateau Lavoir (the laundry boat), an ex-piano factory in the Place Emile-Goudeau in Montmartre and La Ruche (the bee-hive) situated across the river in the Passage Danzig in the 15th arrondissement. 1,191 more words

True Stories

The Death of Apollinaire

This is an elegy, not a love poem, but then an elegy is a love poem that replaces the focus masking the complexity of love with the common mystery of death. 790 more words


Quote of the Week #64

“How slow life is, how violent hope is.”

~ Guillaume Apollinaire


The Feminine Side of Cubism: Marie Laurencin

On the 8th of June 1956, Cubist artist Marie Laurencin died in Paris at the age of 72. During her lifetime, Laurencin achieved a successful international reputation, especially in the 1920s and 1930s. 689 more words

Art History