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Dylan Thomas – Discopre i suoi nervi il mio eroe / My hero bares his nerves

Tanzio da Varallo, David and Goliath, c. 1625 My hero bares his nerves along my wrist That rules from wrist to shoulder, Unpacks the head that, like a sleepy ghost, Leans on my mortal ruler, The proud spine spurning turn and twist. And these poor nerves so wired to the skull Ache on the lovelorn …

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Vladimir Jankélévitch

Carl Anderson, Mendelssohn composing Mid-Summer Night’s Dream, 1918 L’uomo, sopraffatto dall’ignoto inumano, dall’oscura tenebra degli estremi, cerca la familiarità delle cose miste, dei luoghi intermedi dove regnano il linguaggio e il sogno. Perchè la vita non è vivibile che nella regione impura e temperata dell’intermedio. Do you know this quote in English? Please contact me …

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Renée Vivien – I solitari / The lonely

Giovanni Girolamo Savoldo, Saint Mary Magdalene at the Sepulchre, c. 1540 The lonely who are lapped in winding sheets of moanknow that ecstatic joy of sorrow lived alone.Their pity in its calm smiles on the frenzied loves,the clasping of the hands, the steps of rhythmic doves.The lonely who are hid ‘neath winding sheets of moanknow …

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