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Miren Korkuera Iturbe  // Versión Cubista



Tu sonrisa me atrae como
Me atraería una flor

Fotografía tú eres el hongo oscuro
De la selva… 77 more words


Marie: the Words to a Love Song

I have translated “Marie,” mostly literally, a poem by Guillaume Apollinaire (26 August 1880 – 9 November 1918) set to music by singer-songwriter Léo Ferré 940 more words


She is back...

She is posting again…

the house
the vilain
the expert

Various circumstances, illness and a dysfunctional computer mostly, but also memories of the days, better days, when I lived in a blue house, have kept me away for a few days.  1,069 more words


A Satisfactory Monday

I’ve been thinking a lot about satisfaction over the last few days. I’m on holiday from university and I’ve been having a breather; reading, knitting, watching cricket and golf on the telly. 416 more words


the days go by

  The days go by. But I am still here. In full flower.
Let night come. Let the hour chime on the mantel.

Love goes away the way this river flows away. 9 more words


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

Gripped by the octopus of obsession

Sometimes I wonder if other folks obsess on particular poems quite as much as I do. Ocean de Terre (Ocean of Earth) by Guillaume Apollinaire is one of these. 272 more words