Maurice Maeterlinck

Maurice Maeterlinck – Nell’immenso isolamento / In an immense loneliness

Domenico Gatti, Purità, 1916 In the immense loneliness, in the immeasurable ignorance in which we struggle we have no model, guide, or master other than nature; sometimes a voice suggest us to drift apart from nature, but it still comes from her. Nell’immenso isolamento, nell’immensa ignoranza in cui ci dibattiamo, non abbiamo altro modello, altra …

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Maurice Maeterlinck – Desideri invernali / Wintry desires

Giovanni Segantini, The punishment of Lust, 1891 I mourn the lips of yesterday, lips whose kisses are yet unborn, and the old desires outworn, under sorrows hid away. Always rain on the far sky-line; always snow on the beaches gleams, while by the bolted gate of dreams crouching wolves in the grasses whine. Into my …

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Maurice Maeterlinck (1862-1949)

Maurice Maeterlinck, also known as Count (or Comte) Maeterlinck, was a Belgian playwright and poet, part of the Symbolist movement.. He was awarded the Nobel Prize in Literature in 1911. Maurice Maeterlinck – Wintry desires Maurice Maeterlinck – In an immense loneliness Maurice Maeterlinck – from The Treasure of the Humble