Praise the mutilated world. and the gray feather a thrush lost,. and the gentle light that strays and vanishes. and returns. Adam Zagajewski, "Try to Praise the. You must praise the mutilated world. You watched the stylish yachts and ships; one of Try to Praise the Mutilated World. By Adam Zagajewski.
The early hours of morning: you still aren't writing (rather, you aren't even trying), you just read lazily. Everything is idle, quiet, full, as if it were a. “The most regretful people on earth,” Mary Oliver wrote in her beautiful reflection on the central commitment of the creative life, “are those who.
By Adam Zagajewski. Translated by Renata Gorczynski. Autumn is always too early. The peonies are still blooming, bees. are still working out ideal states. Adam Zagajewski was born in Lvov, Poland, in ; as an infant he was relocated with his family to western Poland. Zagajewski writes in Polish; many of his books of poetry and essays have been translated into English. The reviewer Joachim T. Baer noted in World Literature Today.
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Self-Portrait - Between the computer, a pencil, and a typewriter. Self-Portrait by Adam sakphuduen.comn the computer a pencil and a typewriterhalf my day passes. One day it will be half a century.I live in.