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‘If I were spring,’ and other poems by Mihaela Dragan
Seller Image. Beames, Peter. Swallow Flights. New edition of quot;Poemsquot; published in with ten additional poems. Tree Swallows: a Poem. An original article from the London Magazine The Swallow and Other Poems. Create a Want Tell us what you're looking for and once a match is found, we'll inform you by e-mail. Create a Want BookSleuth Can't remember the title or the author of a book? We are conditioned to see this theme through the eyes of the Romantics who matched a dramatic life moment with a dramatic landscape, one instant frozen in time. For one thing, she examines a wide range of emotions; some are of a philosophical nature, such as the passage of time, the inevitability of death, while others are more poignant, such as parental and amorous love.
Her publications of the last six years—four handsome volumes—exemplify this poetic demarche. These four books seem to resonate with one another, forming a palimpsest of love that spans the remotest corners of the soul. In both volumes, landscape and emotion echo off each other.
The tones of those volumes are dark, as they were written soon after the death of each parent. Both collections employ poetic prose, as if to better weave the memories together.
Throughout the book, seasons talk to one another, reminding us of the spiral-shaped pattern of time, and in between these prose dialogues are situated poems—the pause of the heart echoing its seasons. And the spring says to the fall says to the summer says to the winter:. And the summer says to the winter says to the spring says to the fall:. Again the autumn, to listen to the passage, to feel even the disorder that the earth swallows up.
Again, within me, the branch that my soul has stripped clean. I return to the point of time that scrapes and sows my life.
The voyage begins once more from one season to the other, following one another, like in a piece of music, the dark and the brightness, the beauty reborn from what is extinguished. Once again the fall, to embrace the breath that rakes up, chews, crosses out and tears apart what I know of myself, unties what each time closes up and each time leaves me bare. One wishes for the tree that spears the pale horizon each weightless bud poems that scour the nothingness like the stone-eating wave. I need this tree to tell me who I am, this dawn-scattering trunk the time-embraced roots I need the broken branch the weight of the words in the palm of my hand, the promise of a new beginning.
Returning to a Romantic image, Dorion compares her life to a boat on a stormy sea. This oft-forgotten wisdom is as ancient as the world, one of the fundamental dynamics of human life. Awareness of those mists and mysteries leads to a heightened sense of presence in the world.
SWALLOWS by Robert Wrigley | Poetry Magazine
The translation below is mine. I know the transparency of the sea And that of drunken leaves rushing into a sky, I know. I know memory tattooed with shadows that suck us in, yet so little do I know about the mystery haunting us like absence. I know the transparency of the dreams we carry the one where one floats as if surrounded by breathing seas that reveal to us what is free and vast. The lines of our lives crisscross each other, tangle, and break, yet they do not diminish the luminous gift nor those hard winds against which we write.
An internationally published diplomatic and cultural historian of twentieth-century Europe, she is also a translator and literary critic. She serves on several editorial boards and commissions in the United States and abroad. Book Reviews. Cultural Cross Sections. Current Events. Eye on Culture. Friday Lit Links.
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