Tag Archives: longing

Second of January 2013

I have just finished to reread Manon des Sources, by the wonderful french writer Marcel Pagnol. I was  brought back in a world of colours, scents, heat, the world of sun and red wine and pastis, the world of strong … Continue reading

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Herbsttag / Rainer Maria Rilke

…………………………….. He who now has no house, will build one never. He who is alone, will long so remain, will awaken, read, lengthy letters pen and in the lanes will forever restlessly wander, when the leaves are driven. Herr, es … Continue reading

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My poem of the month

Columba’s Island Paradise (12th century, translated from the Gaelic) Delight I find in an island’s breast, on a rock’s peak, that there I might often gaze at the sea’s calm.   That I might see its heavy waves over the … Continue reading

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WHY?

Why do the songs of the Gael….                                 Loriana Pauli Why do the songs of the Gael pain  my heart? Why this longing when listening to … Continue reading

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