Out of the shell! the tortoise said out of that hell! the price was paid. Now I am cold but not in vain as I am told I won the pain! I can walk free did nothing wrong there is no tree but I stay strong. I’m a bit old and just need love I’ll… Continue reading Out of the Shell!
Part 2 Kyrta’s mother had written a long text to be read at the ceremony. Nonetheless she said she was unable to read it aloud. Kyrta knew no one else would be able to do it. The text was all about her father’s life story. It seemed so important for her to pay him this… Continue reading The final departure 2/2
I am very grateful to writer Donald Standeford for liking my friend Mario Savioni‘s great photographic and literary work, Latin Quarter – Paris 1995, and also for reblogging my humble posts. This is a beautiful poem by Donald Standeford: Watching grandpa at the sheep gate Love wisdom like diamonds, And you won’t regret it; This… Continue reading GUEST POST: Watching Grandpa at The Sheep Gate – A Poem by Donald Standeford
I enjoyed reading this book for its beautiful, elaborate and cultivated prose poetry. I love the musicality of the words, especially in the inserted poems. The whole book is full of wonderful metaphors and images about many aspects of life and human existence, full of philosophical thought as well. I would say the main topic… Continue reading A Review of Blue Emptiness – A Book by Mario Savioni
I am very grateful to Mr. Krishna Prasad and to The Wagon Magazine for publishing my review of Mario Savioni’s poem “The Sea Is Watching” from the book entitled After. This is the link: http://thewagonmagazine.com/post/poem-reviewed-mario-savioni-marta-pombo-salles
I loved reading this book. I just find it fascinating, feel wrapped up in it, think, feel and taste every poem and short story which I see as being mainly about the individual’s eternal search for truth and beauty. I think this would be the central topic of the book as we start to read… Continue reading A Review Of This Way To The End – A Book By Mario Savioni