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Love Poems: A Selection
Di Giacomo is the consummate interpreter of Neapolitan life. He was born in 1860 and...
Fire Watcher
From the vast expanse of the boreal forest, Vivian Demuth shows both an exquisite eye...
The Ocean's Will
The Ocean's Will (title inspired by Robert Frost's A Boy's Will ... is the wind's...
Lead Blues
In Quebec, Alonzo is a well-known poet, writer, critic, and publisher (les ├ęditions Trois). Lead...
Courage Underground
The poems in Courage Underground burrow beneath the skin to examine the relationship between consciousness...
Mask
Weaving homage and history, this collection of poetry was inspired by the life of Charlotte...
Described as the most "conspicuous voice in Italian poetry after Eugenio Montale," Mario Luzi created for himself an unmistakably individual rhythm, idiom, and ethos ... Particular to Luzi's poetry is the quality of lyricism, and tone of conversational intimacy, of which For the Baptism of Our Fragments represents the crowing achievement of a long poetic career which began with his first book of poems in 1935. -- G. Singh, World Literature Today

"What rest? what stone/ on which to lay one's head? Nothing,/ there is no such stone, there is no place/ where you can stay. You must/ be. Be always"
For the Baptism of Our Fragments

Mario Luzi, Luigi Bonaffini
1992
For the Baptism of Our Fragments
Eleventh Toe
Fables for Isolated Men
The Cure Is a Forest
By Available Light: New and Selected Poems
Twohundredandfourpoems
Everything Reminds You of Something Else
Red Promises
The Alchemy of the Body and Other Poems
Azure
Viamerica: The Eyes
The Man Who Delivers Clouds
Not Just a Personal Ad