أصوات #2020

أصوات By Antonio Porchia وليد السويركي
  • Title: أصوات
  • Author: Antonio Porchia وليد السويركي
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  • Page: 163
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    1. Antonio Porchia وليد السويركي

      Antonio Porchia was an Italian poet He was born in Conflenti Italy but, after the death of his father in 1900, moved to Argentina He wrote a Spanish book entitled Voces Voices , a book of aphorisms It has since been translated into English by W.S Merwin , French, and German A very influential, yet extremely succinct writer, he has been a cult author for a number of renowned figures of contemporary literature and thought such as Andr Breton, Jorge Luis Borges, Roberto Juarroz and Henry Miller, amongst others Some critics have paralleled his work to Japanese Haiku and found many similarities with a number of Zen schools of thought.

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    1. Serious reading is often driven by chance encounters I encountered the name Antonione Porchia three times on three occasions from three different writers The first was while reading an interview with the great Argentine poet Roberto Juarroz Famous for his Vertical poetry , which I had reviewed here He says, I keep a few admirations Porchia, for Example, Rainer Maria Rilke and Vicente Huidobro The second one was from an interview with WS Merwin where he voices his immense satisfaction in discover [...]


    2. Briefly For me, reading a book of aphorisms, like reading short books of poetry, provokes a tendency to charge through them, getting them accomplished, adding them to my Read list Unfortunately, that contributes to a lack of any significant understanding of those poems or aphorisms or them actually receiving the consideration they deserve Too bad for me On the other hand, it does, occasionally, prompt the go back and reread urge that might occur when I hit an aphorism or poem that seems to shine [...]















    3. Fans of Cioran and Pessoa.La verdad tiene muy pocos amigos y los muy pocos amigos que tiene son suicidas Se me abre una puerta, entro y me hallo con cien puertas cerradas Mi pobreza no es total falto yo Si no levantas los ojos, creer s que eres el punto mas alto El mal de no creer es creer un poco Se vive con la esperanza de llegar a ser un recuerdo Mis ojos, por haber sido puentes, son abismos Cuando lo superficial me cansa, me cansa tanto, que para descansar necesito un abismo A veces hallo ta [...]








    4. Tu ne vois pas le fleuve de pleurs parce qu il lui manque une larme de toiSi je te donnais ma vie, que pourrais tu me donner



    5. Antonio Porchia Dude lived without money his entire life Self published a book of his aphorisms and continued to add to it until he died They re the only work he ever produced They re enough They re definitely enough.Just a few of the hits My poverty is not complete It lacks me All the suns labor to kill your flame and a microbe puts it out Would there be this eternal seeking if the found existed This world understands nothing but words, and you have come into it with almost none Man, when he re [...]






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