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Come to the edge

“Come to the edge,” he said.
“We can’t, we’re afraid!” they responded.
“Come to the edge,” he said.
“We can’t, We will fall!” they responded. 24 more words

Daily Wisdom

Tanino Liberatore, illustration for Les onze milles verges by Guillaume Apollinaire

Chant de l’honneur

Chant de l’honneur

Guillaume Apollinaire


Je me souviens ce soir de ce drame indien
Le Chariot d’Enfant un voleur y survient
Qui pense avant de faire un trou dans la muraille… 627 more words


Poeme de Guillaume Apollinaire

Guillaume Apollinaire, pseudonimul literar al lui Wilhelm Albert Vladimir Apollinaris de Kostrowitzky, (n. 26 august 1880, Roma – d. 9 noiembrie 1918, Paris) a fost poet, prozator și critic de artă.Reprezentant notoriu al avangardei artistice de la începutul secolului XX, reformator al limbajului poetic, precursor al suprarealismului. 497 more words

Traduceri: Poezie

In the Zone

In reading about the Spanish Influenza, I came across a bit of information that is perfectly suited for the expertise of my friend Mr. Cake. I pressed him into service for a guest post and he kindly agreed. 478 more words


The Poet Who Painted With His Words

Guillaume Apollinaire , part of the Modernist set of artists, writers and thinkers who gathered in Paris around the turn of the century, was a unique poet who combined text and images into a new form of poetry, the Calligramme. 107 more words

The Art Of Narrative

Prompts for RWJ, Prompt 206

Good morning folks! Or good evening more likely. I had a flashback to Amsterdam. So that’s how the poem started. But then I had to stage some kind of meltdown so I went for fiction. 183 more words