Tag Archive: poemas

An intermission of food and poetry

Busy with a last minute trip to Southern California visiting friends, this post will just feature excerpts of poetry from Nicanor Parra’s collection of “Antipoems: New and Selected”, along with tasty edibles from… Continue reading

Love love love

The book about Russian author and lepidopterist, Vladimir Nabokov, and his wife VĂ©ra caused a bit of a disaster. A friend gave me a free pass to his fancy gym and I brought… Continue reading

Engaged

I was absolutely engaged when I was reading “Memoirs” by Pablo Neruda. When I read the first page, I let out a sigh as if to say “Oh no…” — because I knew… Continue reading