A Public Sphere for Poetry, Politics, and Nature
You have asked me what the crustacean spins between its limbs of gold
and I answer: the sea knows it.
García Lorca’s “Weeping for Ignacio Sánchez Mejías” is by far his best known poem in the Spanish speaking world. Why is it not better known in the United States?
To T. S. Eliot From my hands grew red flowers long and beautiful, how to forget the fear with which I was stripped of all certainty. I walked with my … Continue reading →
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