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La logica del merito | Chapter 5 – Grace

La logica del merito | Chapter 5 – Grace

Grace Grace is by definition at the same time an almost aerial elegance, a temporary immunity, a feeling of well-being, and an undeserved gift made just for love. All these meanings lie in the poetry of Sofia Fiorini, but above all “La logica del merito” finds a solution through the gift, in the fifth and last(…)

La logica del merito | Chapter 4 – Flowers

La logica del merito | Chapter 4 – Flowers

Flowers Flowers have always been the symbol of the rebirth thought earth, the most obvious sign of the cyclical regeneration of life. The fourth chapter of “La logica del merito” perceives the flower as the constant and amazing renewal of love, under new forms and by involving new objects. A light that turns into hope what seemed irreparably swallowed by the earth. I(…)

La logica del merito | Chapter 3 – The Pledge of the Earth

La logica del merito | Chapter 3 – The Pledge of the Earth

The Pledge of the Earth Earth gives and earth receives, takes back what was ours to be returned at some point. The poems of the chapter “The pledge of the earth” mark a farewell that does not allow possible returns, except in other shapes or dimensions: the only possible meeting is the last reunion with the earth,(…)

Month of Poetry | E. Dickinson

Month of Poetry | E. Dickinson

Emily Dickinson A lonely voice silently hollowing in herself and looking into life’s eyes, questioning uninterruptedly about the infinite issues of the human being. In this poem Emily Dickinson gives one of the most beautiful answers to questions about the nature of love, with her delicate and inexorable speech. Una voce solitaria che scava dentro se stessa silenziosamente e(…)

Month of poetry | Rupi Kaur

Month of poetry | Rupi Kaur

Rupi Kaur Being ruthlessly accurate without sacrificing an innate sweetness. This is the gift of Rupi Kaur’s poetry: some sort a fascinating lightning grace. We honor this “tender and powerful” book with the first poem from the second section the loving. Not a feminine poem, not a feminist one: just beautifully universal. Essere spietatamente esatta(…)