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theoptia · 9 days ago
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George Seferis, from Collected Poems 1924-1955; "Stratis Thalassinos Among the Agapanthi"
Text ID: The first thing God made is love / then comes blood / and the thirst for blood
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peirokalos · 9 days ago
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George Seferis, Upon a Line of Foreign Verse
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hieuchels · 17 days ago
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"Tôi đã nhìn em với tất cả ánh sáng và bóng tối mà tôi có được."
— George Seferis
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sufbaru · 27 days ago
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succession s3e9, all the bells say // george seferis, mr. stratis thalassinos describes a man: n. 5.
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louisegluck · 28 days ago
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George Seferis, tr. by Edmund Keeley & Philip Sherrard from, “Raven.” [ID in alt text]
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fleurjaeggy · 2 months ago
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George Seferis, Collected Poems (trans. Philip Sherrard)
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theoptia · 9 days ago
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George Seferis, from Collected Poems 1924-1955; "Stratis Thalassinos Among the Agapanthi"
Text ID: The dead know the language of flowers only; so they keep silent
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yoursoethereal · 4 months ago
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— George Seferis, from Memory I
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namitha · 4 months ago
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I don’t want to be anything today; tomorrow, we’ll see.
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elizabethanism · 4 months ago
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Seferis’ last poem, written on March 31, 1971
«Επι Ασπαλάθων»
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kinnaranuis · 4 months ago
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a collection of hands
richard siken, crush | mary ruefle | george seferis trans. edmund keeley, mythistorema | natalie diaz, these hands if not gods | adonis trans. khaled mattawa, to a soothsayer | george seferis, collected poems
[ ID: a collection of quotes. “I take off my hands and I give them to you but you don’t want them, so I take them back and put them on the wrong way, the wrong wrists,” by Richard Siken. “Hands are unbearably beautiful. They hold onto things. They let things go,” by Mary Ruefle. “My hands disappear and come towards me mutilated,” by George Seferis (and translated by Edmund Keeley.) “The hands say, Take my body. Take my body. She does—: with her hands,” by Natalie Diaz. “This is my hand, take it, take my tomorrow,” by Adonis (and translated by Khaled Mattawa.) “Give me your hands, give me your hands, give me your hands,” by George Seferis. End ID.]
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louisegluck · a month ago
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George Seferis, tr. by Edmund Keeley & Philip Sherrard from, “Notes for a Week: Monday.” [ID in alt text]
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