Tag: Poetry

The Tamarit Divan and Sonnets of Dark Love by Federico Lorca

Federico Garcia Lorca is a giant in poetry, especially in the gay canon. He wrote Sonnets of Dark Love & The Tamarit Diván in the final years of his life, and it shows both in the influences and inspirations he channeled and emulated poetically,… Continue Reading “The Tamarit Divan and Sonnets of Dark Love by Federico Lorca”

Revolutions

“Revolutions” Speak to me of sunsets and sunrises.What’s the difference between the two,when I’m awake for each of you? It begins in the quiet,but there’s the only reflection. Sunrise is not the rowdy, rollicking refusal;not the last gasps and graspsat tasks and entertainments. This… Continue Reading “Revolutions”

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