Lê Vĩnh Tài | everything was wrapped in a glorious chill (275)

Introducing a new collaborator SONGNGUTAITRAM, Vietnamese art and literature eyes closing the cause of his tears wrapped in the arms of the cold night he begs you for a dare we’ve been too soft why can’t we be tougher By Lê Vĩnh Tài, translated by Nguyễn Thị Phương Trâm the moon and the stars looked… Leer más Lê Vĩnh Tài | everything was wrapped in a glorious chill (275)

“My spiritual home destroyed itself”: Stefan Zweig’s Suicide Note

By The National Library of Israel The letter with which Stefan Zweig took leave of the world is preserved today in the archives of the National Library of Israel Stefan Zweig was born in Vienna in 1881 to a well-to-do Jewish family. As the younger son, Zweig was exempt from the obligation to pursue a… Leer más “My spiritual home destroyed itself”: Stefan Zweig’s Suicide Note

Life so Fragile

By Tina Cleveland blog The snow is falling gently, it’s quiet all around Everyone’s in their own world, on the streets there’s not a sound, Lights are twinkling brightly, indicating there’s life within But not in Gordon’s heart, he’s soaked to the skin His feet ache with the frost bite, his clothes have seen better… Leer más Life so Fragile

Autumn Delivers

By Michele Lee After a long delay, I was finally able to spend some time with my daughter, who lives 1,200 miles away. We shared many special moments during my nine-day stay, that ended yesterday on a chilly afternoon. Revisiting her hugs, laughs, and beautiful town, cannot come too soon. The following poem, “Autumn Delivers”… Leer más Autumn Delivers