Alison Evînam Boyd

a life creative

Lunedì Poesia: I Woke In Firenze

I wrote this canzonetta in June 2012, as I sat on the banks of my old life, about to “let go and push off” from a marriage, friends, a house, a good … Continue reading

February 27, 2017 · 8 Comments

Lunedì Poesia: The Books to Come / I Libri in Arrivo

There are some I still need to forget they are the books I spent time buying for those who don’t read There are those I’m still yet to find smiling … Continue reading

April 4, 2016 · 2 Comments

Lunedì Poesia: Demeter and Persephone / Demetra e Persefone

  [In English first then Italian / In inglese e poi sotto in italiano] Demeter – early spring along her arms the knowledge creeps bubbles with the waiting ejaculates petal … Continue reading

March 22, 2016 · Leave a comment

Lunedì Poesia: your best jeans / i tuoi jeans migliori

I Tuoi Jeans Migliori ti ombre, mi illumina il lato freddo, il latto sottovento, stiamo in piedi, ben camminati in terre dove le idee deliniate, i piani biforcuti, e i … Continue reading

March 7, 2016 · Leave a comment

Lunedì Poesia: Learning Italian

Originally posted on 12 Degrees & Skiving:
Learning Italian A taut, flighty and poetic creature the language alone is its own teacher never for a moment in full view it carries…

February 29, 2016 · Leave a comment

Lunedì Poesia: The Theory of Simultaneity

Originally posted on 12 Degrees & Skiving:
to those who named me fugitive, or comet at times satellite in the flight in the launch the unexpected hammer-anvil bounce, those i thought…

February 22, 2016 · Leave a comment

Lunedì Poesia: A Season of Words

Originally posted on 12 Degrees & Skiving:
the wintered pain a truth brings: scattered words to deboss the snows in one land sands in another and light muddied is settled by…

February 15, 2016 · Leave a comment

Lunedì Poesia: Hermes, Eurydice, Orpheus – Sonnet

Originally posted on 12 Degrees & Skiving:
The vanished point, where beauty and death both sleep wrapped within the arms, music, and god-kept lies that curtail the futile heart. There, by…

February 8, 2016 · Leave a comment

Archives

Follow Alison Evînam Boyd on WordPress.com