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UNTIMELY LEAVING

Giacomo Manzù UNTIMELY LEAVING When a sun which knows no more dawn dies away in its own light, and the night blots out its stars, snaps the stem,
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I AM ALSO IMPORTANT

HOMAGE TO ALL THE CLEANING PERSONS, ESPECIALLY THOSE CLEANING HOSPITALS, IN THESE DAYS OF CORONAVIRUS I AM ALSO IMPORTANT When you rich guys have spent your money, and
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SPIRITUAL GRAVITY

SPIRITUAL GRAVITY An obscure symbiosis of wandering through the synapses of stars demands also to bury my soul when I die. Passing through its rough skin, I’ll embrace
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A HALF MOON

A HALF MOON Since when are you hanging there, half moon, drifting palely in the sky? The wind rises, the nightfall brings a chill, and the edge of
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WRITING POETRY

Germain Droogenbroodt, Picture Loek Groenendijk WRITING POETRY To find the fragile balance between silence and word between the road and the deviation between the nameless and the nameable
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