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My Aunts - by Adam Zagajewski - Translated by Clare Cavanagh Always caught up in what they called the practical side of life (theory was for Plato), up to their elbows in furniture, in bedding, in cupboards and kitchen gardens, they never neglected the lavender sachets that turned a linen... Read more →

Posts prior to 2015 first appeared on my previous website, memory & desire (memoryanddesire.net).


Chlorophyl - by Ted Hughes - She sent him a blade of grass, but no word. Inside it The witchy doll, soaked in Dior. Inside it The gravestone. Inside it A sample of her own ashes. Inside it Her only daughter's Otherwise non-existent smile. Inside it, the keys Of a... Read more →

Posts prior to 2015 first appeared on my previous website, memory & desire (memoryanddesire.net).


To Earthward - by Robert Frost - Love at the lips was touch As sweet as I could bear; And once that seemed too much; I lived on air That crossed me from sweet things, The flow of—was it musk From hidden grapevine springs Down hill at dusk? I had... Read more →

Posts prior to 2015 first appeared on my previous website, memory & desire (memoryanddesire.net).