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Tag: French

Poems by Laure Cambau

Translated from the French by Patrick Williamson. 1 I could have fallen in love with a chairbut you sat downunder the femur clockyou took my eyes for doors my ghosts melted with the raina few slow stones were leftthat danced and...

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Effacing – Lise Gauvin

Effacing by Quebecois poet Lise Gauvin was originally appeared in an artist’s book in France. Translated from French by Patrick Williamson. Lise Gauvin is a writer and musician, professor emeritus at the University of Montreal.

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Poems by Abdellatif Laâbi

Abdellatif Laâbi is a Moroccan poet, novelist and translator. He has received numerous awards and honors both in France and abroad, including the Gongourt Prize for poetry in 2009 and the Grand Prix de la francophonie in 2011.

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Tahar Bekri

Tahar Bekri was born in Tunisia, lived in Paris since 1976. Writes in French and Arabic. He has published about thirty works (poetry, journals, essays, art books).

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Laure Cambau

Laure Cambau is a poet and a pianist, as well as an author of stories for children and of song lyrics. She has published nine collections of poetry.

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Dwelling – Mia Lecomte

Whereas the silence that eliminated objects leave behind, the cool air of the silent place they have ceased to occupy, is the most relaxing thing one can savor in this world. Cool, silent. Emptiness.

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