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The Bigness of Small Poems – #39 in a Series – Five Disorienting Wisdom Poems!

Happiness I saw a bee settle on a rose petal. It sipped, and off it flew. All in all, happiness, too, is something little. Trilussa (aka Carlo Alberto Salustri 1871-1950), ed. Geoffrey Brock, trans. John Dowd from FSG Book of 20th Century Italian Poetry, FSG, 2012 Discovered to my shock I never posted this a few […]