But now shrinks the place where you stand: Where now, stripped by shade, will you go? — Paul Celan

Posts from the ‘Poetry’ category

Antipodes

II. Vortices of dreams Gulf streams of treacherous shadows Enchantment of deep slumber at the rocky edges of the night… Like the ancient rhythm of siren…

Planet 22

Planet 22— Circling around your own sun in that thin belt that supports life, I dream about you, I dream of your lush forests where night,…

Poems from 2011

Memory Amongst the old books again The order of the poems in which they were first discovered Flint-sparks that echo the lightnings and thunderous skies of…

Paul Celan

The swell of wandering words. These are the words with which Paul Celan’s poem Speak, you also ends. The poem starts with an imperative to speak but to keep…