Monthly Archives: October 2018

Everything Waits For Us – A Reminder by Greek Poet Elias Polimeneas

What is next Next is what is called New. For everything is patiently awaiting us. – Allow me please, to make you a coat said the craftsman’s wife. And then… She skillfully managed to place inside the stiches all the communions of her life. Elias Polimeneas from Like bridges, 2012 Here in Kardamyli, Greece a […]

Words that Fly Through Our Minds in the Dark! Capture Them! A Poem by Denise Levertov

Writing in the Dark It’s not difficult. Anyway, it’s necessary. Wait till morning, and you’ll forget. And who knows if morning will come. Fumble for the light, And you’ll be Stark awake, but the vision Will be fading, slipping Out of reach. You must have paper at hand, A felt-tip pen, ballpoints don’t always flow, […]

The Bigness of Small Poems – # 42 in a Series – Patrizia Cavalli’s Honeyed Dome

What is lost is returned to me, what is far away is near me today, Whether you’re here, wherever you are, doesn’t matter today, today I am held within a honeyed dome that dampens and mingles the surging skein of sounds. I am inside and the outside enters me. Patrizia Cavalli, trans.J.D. McClatchy, from my […]