Only this photograph. If you turn it over you will see me. Is that you in the photograph, they ask me. Nobody waits in a desert for a desert. Mobs that keep collecting in cities. From every point and in every way. These people as we believe. Pointless for them to look for answers. Yiorgos Chouliaras is a Greek poet and essayist, whose poetry in English translation has been published and reviewed extensively in major literary periodicals — including Agenda , Grand Street , Harvard Review , Poetry , Ploughshares , The Iowa Review , and World Literature Today — and in international anthologies such as New European Poets.
His work has also been translated into Croatian, French, Spanish, Turkish, and other languages. He is the author of six volumes of poetry in Greek and of numerous essays on literature and cultural history, in English as well as Greek, while poets he has translated include Wallace Stevens. He was a co-founder of the influential Greek literary reviews Tram and Hartis and an editor of literary and scholarly publications in the United States. After finishing Anatolia College in Thessaloniki, he went on a scholarship to Reed College in Oregon, and continued at The Graduate Faculty of the New School for Social Research in New York City, where he worked as a university lecturer, consultant to cultural institutions, correspondent, and press officer.
The blind man. He sees better than anyone else. He senses with his hands. And he gathers a lot from your voice. Often you wonder how he moves. He seems never to be alone. Everyone greets and loves him. Even to a stranger, he would say,. To this he adds. He then shakes your hand. The city with the great harbour. But now, within the safety. What happened was. It was so sudden. Even the church bells.
At first sight it seemed. Frozen still, unmoved,. Acquiescence as essence. They heard only the echoes. It was only once they touched. Genesis Green butterfly.
Sounds pops past my pinna. I listen to cunning linguists licking their tongues. Except our hearts feel. Can we craft a Trans-Europe Express? Blue Light. Radiation of a computer screen. I switch off. Than that moment. Ambling by in the garden of the apartment complex. I casually remarked to a friend,. He casually said,. That brand has been discontinued. From where should the touching begin.
From what line should the poem begin. Early in the morning. Mohak wakes him with a punch on the back. At times he rises from sleep, startled,. Mohak missed his school bus. Mohak is cross with him. We looked for Mohak desperately. She even asked security to keep an eye out for him. On his birthday. Bored at last. We saw Cartoon Network shows. We left nothing undone. One day my son said,. So I am not speaking with him anymore. I asked Ma,. I asked Pa,. When I angrily confronted my son,.
I too have been awaiting him. Mohak is a name of imaginary child. The closest meaning of Mohak in English is Tempting.
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Hemant Divate is an internationally known Marathi poet, editor, publisher, and translator. His second book of poems in English translation, A Depressingly Monotonous Landscape , is just published. He has presented his poetry in many national and international poetry and literature festivals Europe, Latin America and Asia. He is the founder-editor of the prestigious Marathi little magazine Abhidhanantar , which saw uninterrupted publication for 15 years.
Abhidhanantar has been credited for giving a solid platform to new poets and for enriching the post-nineties Marathi literary scene with amazing talent and great poetry. Hemant lives and works in Mumbai. He can be reached at Poetrywala gmail. Wings of an ant.
They said an ant does not have wings. They said even she had them, she cannot fly.
If there is no flight, why suffer the pain of wings? Wings show the death of the ant is near. But death itself is flight. What happened?
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The same boy, who spoke with his own friends later, self-conscious of his obviously ghati tongue. What happened to his language? Kaay zhaala? A software was loaded into me, automatically. How much space is left in my brain? The reading says zero. The most significant among these are These My Words edited by Eunice de. It is the namesake of Hemanta or Hemant, one of the six Indian ecological seasons—Ritu—in the north and west India and Nepal, which runs in early winter approximately from November to December.
This is a list of Marathi language poets. MH is a state in the western peninsular region of India occupying a substantial portion of the Deccan plateau. It is the second-most populous state and third-largest state by area in India. Maharashtra was formed by merging the western and south-western parts of the Bombay State, Berar and Vidarbha, and the north-western parts of the Hyderabad State and splitting Saurashtra in present-day Gujarat by the States Reorganisation Act.
Nagpur hosts the winter session of t. This list of Indian poets consists of poets of Indian ethnic, cultural or religious ancestry either born in India or emigrated to India from other regions of the world. Assamese Amulya Barua — , first published posthumously in Atul Chandra Hazarika — , poet, dramatist, children's story writer and translator Bhabananda Deka born , writer, poet, critic, columnist, playwright Ganesh Gogoi born — Hem Barua — , poet and politician Lakshminath Bezbarua, a doyen of Assamese literature Chandra Kumar Agarwala, Romantic poet Hemchandra Goswami, Romantic poet Ambikagiri Raichoudhury, Romantic poet Hiren Bhattacharya — , writer, poet, critic, columnist and editor Homen Borgohain born , writer, poet, critic, columnist and editor Jyoti Prasad Agarwala — , playwright, songwriter, poet, writer and film maker Bishnu Prasad Rabha KolaGuru Nabakanta Barua, also known as Ekhud Kokaideu — , novelist and poet Nilmani.
Marathi poetry is a poetry written in the Marathi language, including its various dialects. Marathi is one of the official languages of India. They were born in and , respectively. Moropant was a prominent poet of the 18th century. This is a list of notable Marathi people. Marathi literature is the body of literature of Marathi, an Indo-Aryan language spoken mainly in the Indian state of Maharashtra and written in the Devanagari script. History Ancient Era The earliest example of Maharashtri as a separate language dates to approximately 3rd century BCE: a stone inscription found in a cave at Naneghat, Junnar in Pune district had been written in Maharashtri using Brahmi script.
A committee appointed by the Maharashtra State Government to get the Classical status for Marathi has claimed that Marathi existed at least years ago alongside Sanskrit as a sister language. Several inscriptions dated to the second half of the 11th century feature Marathi, which is usually appended to Sanskrit or Kannada in these inscriptions.
Abhidhanantar was a significant literary magazine in the Marathi language primarily devoted to poetry. It was edited by Hemant Divate, a noted Marathi poet and publisher. It started as a small magazine called Abhidha in and in it was named Abhidhanantar because of registration issues. The focus of this periodical was on the relationship between literature and globalization and it showcased the poetry which emerged from the social, cultural and linguistic crises brought about by globalization.
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Abhidhanantar was also honoured with the Maharashtra Foundation Award for its contributions to Marathi literature. Its significance lies in the fact that it provided a platform for poets from various social, cultural and geograph. The little magazine movement originated in the s and s in many Indian languages like Bengali, Tamil, Marathi, Hindi, Malayalam and Gujarati, as it did in the West, in the early part of the 20th century.
Mardhekar in the mid-forties. The period — in Marathi literature is dominated by the little magazine movement. It ushered in modernism and the Dalit movement. The little magazine movement began to spread like wildfire in with hundreds of ephemeral to relatively longer lasting magazines including Aso, Vacha, Lru, Bharud and Rucha.