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the hunt

the hunt   1. predator the famished coyote circles my house asleep i stir puzzled by haunting dreams coyote follows my footprints on snow to her doorstep my doorstep to her this thin january his heart howls a song on … Continue reading

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inevitable step

    inevitable step     young tiko’s dreams scatter to pieces, hang from the baobab tree,   a boom of a thousand drums in the imagined luanda’s stadium where tiko’s feet, swift as birds, chased a soccer ball of … Continue reading

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a foot in two worlds

a foot in two worlds     on south terraced slopes vineyards rose in awnings of foliage feet lifted me up ten-foot ladders through green nearer the divine fingers easily pinched the dangling blue thirsty skin touched every soft fruit … Continue reading

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Erin Mouré – Dialogues and Polylogues

  Erin Mouré is one of Canada’s most respected and eminent poets. Winner of the Governor General’s Award for Furious, the Pat Lowther Memorial Award for Domestic Fuel, the QSPELL Award for Poetry for WSW, Mouré has published twelve books … Continue reading

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Robert Kroetsch – Imagining Alberta

One of Canada’s most accomplished authors, Robert Kroetsch was born in Heisler, Alberta in 1927. Kroetsch’s contribution to Canadian literature includes fiction, non-fiction and poetry. His first novel, But We Are Exiles was published in 1965, and in 1969 his … Continue reading

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Fernando Aguiar – Visual Poetry

Fernando Aguiar has published five anthologies of Visual Poetry and contributed to over thirty international anthologies worldwide. In the last twenty years he has participated in hundreds of individual and collective exhibitions, as well as poetic performances. paulo da costa … Continue reading

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