Expeditions Of A Chimaera

Expeditions Of A Chimaera❮Reading❯ ➹ Expeditions Of A Chimaera ➱ Author Oana Avasilichioaei – Bluevapours.co.uk Poetry Expeditions, taken up by the explorers we all are, ultimately cannot be read Only experienced On venturing into it, you ll find your ticket is no good, expired, or valid only on Tuesday Your fe Poetry Expeditions, taken up by the explorers we all are, ultimately cannot be read Only experienced On venturing into it, you ll find your ticket is no good, expired, or valid only on Tuesday Your fellow travelers will tell you you are wearing the wrong shoes If you force your way past the gate, you will stub your toe, scrape your shins, lose your suitcase, throw the book across the room in a fit of outrage or fall under its spell and suddenly find it half submerged in your bathwater At times, you Expeditions Of Epub / will even laugh aloud Expeditions Of A Chimaera is dialogic Four pairs of hands try their luck at a game of cards Nearby, questions sit, waiting to be asked These expeditions are not progressions but digressions they are translational in their effort to pull the author, kicking and screaming, out of the hat of authorial impossibilities.

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  • Paperback
  • 89 pages
  • Expeditions Of A Chimaera
  • Oana Avasilichioaei
  • English
  • 14 August 2019
  • 1897388470

10 thoughts on “Expeditions Of A Chimaera

  1. mwpm says:

    1Put your best foot forward.Stilettos in the hand are a kind of saw.False stilettos, scraping the planks.2You can make a small cityin a textile factory, cook with camp gas.In the camp, a huge pot of intestines,stirred with a spoon.3Quick, put your foot in the door, and get your bets in.Patience in tunnels makes the bones soarover the abyss.And the sky a car crassh Prank 1 45, by E.M., pg 15 Indefatiguable, my courage to see from wherever,the state of my foot impecuniouscloth and ashes i 1Put your best foot forward.Stilettos in the hand are a kind of saw.False stilettos, scraping the planks.2You can make a small cityin a textile factory, cook with camp gas.In the camp, a huge pot of intestines,stirred with a spoon.3Quick, put your foot in the door, and get your bets in.Patience in tunnels makes the bones soarover the abyss.And the sky a car crassh Prank 1 45, by E.M., pg 15 Indefatiguable, my courage to see from wherever,the state of my foot impecuniouscloth and ashes in shardsa courage of steel i need it for an emptiness galled with intrusions of dawnthis my almost white dawn i become chalk fallen from the serious cast of plaster With a Broken Leg, trans from N.S Rom n, pg 25 let us be those quieted hingeslet the house rampage what s nativelet a country defile a precise heartunscented solitude let a linden flowerlet the eye collect rain in its cupped leaveslet the garden become a gardena wish letlet stars rag the sky ardour s incisions let its vault trumpet a blue wishlet ohs divulge into ohs, sighs into sighslet dawn, day s foot, step into the cheek of the coasted one Altered, O.A transimagined again from the Galego of E.S and co transleap of E.M. , pg 35 Your eyes in the grass, bitter grass.The flute winds past, windlass of wax.Apt are your eyes, apt and uncertain Untitled fragment of an indeterminate poem, Paul Celan, tr by E.S., pg 41 Since that first earthquakewatercolour palette tremors the field.Luminous pupils lost, lost in an aqueduct Invalid pigment, Paul Celan, tr O.A from the Galego of E.M., pg 49 i went out onto the balcony and watered the flowers your instance hovering bird and came home and went directly to the garden during which the sky broke and released a tremendous amount of rain which i d never seen in time s garden we ll slowly unfasten glass doves and we ll go fieldwards from the garden your eyes and the way your hair fell and just wanting to keep this moment rhubarb is utterly changed for me now first the field tomorrow where we could bring Agamben in the sky to us now of garden and field then you can pick rhubarb from this very garden for every stained petal you extinguished a torch it s beautiful this doubling, this freeing and dislodging of time and all our markings and intense heightitude i went in the garden and put poles around the tomatoes so they have something to lean on i am ever so tentative when giving you clues footpath ungrammatical now then you can pick rhubarb from this very garden ALEATORY LINES, added anywhere in the poem, without warning, pg 51 and so, i took the temperatureand so, i took the temperatwashing it first, pattingthe arm to thetucking the elbow where theand so, i took the temperature ofbending my arm aroundto do so.churchbells rang outno one waseverywherethe same Living Pr, pg 60 The smallest membrane of wordsare winged air.The sweetness of incense in my nostrilwhen I press my face to your shoulder.My tongue is braver than I am,when I speak to you, beautifulor when you fly Passport, pg 73

  2. Joe says:

    The hard thing is the Romanian, which I am definitely not fluent in The book goes back and forth between the two languages transcribing the same poem and tracking the shifts and changes that translation force upon the maleable thing we call meaning So this is a slow process, and yet it flys by, the same poem morphs slightly over time as though you read it, wait, read it again later and there are things about the verse you didn t remember But without a proper account of the Romanian it s hard The hard thing is the Romanian, which I am definitely not fluent in The book goes back and forth between the two languages transcribing the same poem and tracking the shifts and changes that translation force upon the maleable thing we call meaning So this is a slow process, and yet it flys by, the same poem morphs slightly over time as though you read it, wait, read it again later and there are things about the verse you didn t remember But without a proper account of the Romanian it s hard to really sayUnless the point is we can intuit parts but we can never know totally

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