Poetry

The first Greek poet to win the Nobel Prize

Giorgos Seferis. Credit: public domain On December 10, 1963, Greek diplomat and poet Giorgos Seferis received the Nobel Prize for Literature from King Gustav of Sweden. Seferis was the first Greek to receive the prestigious award. Seferis was born in Urla, a city in Asia Minor, now Turkey, in 1900. …

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The poet expressing the tragedy of Covid in India

03. Jul July 03, 2021 With translations into Hindi, Tamil, Bengali, Assamese, English and now even German, a poem describing the horrors of the second wave of Covid-19 in India is celebrated as a shrewd socio-political commentary. Line 114 poem, entitled Shabvahini Ganga and written by Parul Khakkar, a Gujarati …

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Cows and Wishes – Cache Valley Daily

Bryce Angell is a cowboy poet. Angell grew up on a farm / ranch in the St. Anthony, Idaho area with around 75 horse heads. Horses remain an important part of Angell’s life. Angell shares her poetry with Cache Valley Daily every Friday. My wife and I are people from …

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‘Everyone has a story to tell’

Growing up in North Philadelphia, Andre’a Rhoads dreamed of one day becoming a writer. At 17, Rhoads now realizes that is exactly what she is. Philadelphia City and Free Library officials will announce Thursday that she is the 2021-2022 Philadelphia Young Poet Laureate, chosen from a competitive pool of applicants. …

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The Latin American alphabets of the Indian poet are translated

Antananarivo, [Madagascar] June 27 (ANI): The Alphabets of Latin America, a collection of poems written by Indian poet-diplomat Abhay K., which paints a poetic portrait of Latin America, has been translated and published in Italian. The book was translated into Italian by renowned Italian translator Angela D’Ambra and published by …

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