SINGULAR In English it’s easy, just add an s In Turkish too, ler or lar will do But in Greek plural suffixes always leave you in a fix There’s seaport, for instance, limani and more than one, limania, while gramma means only one letter, multiplied, they become grammata Inexplicably different the feminine from the masculine so only one thing’s clear to me now: I’ve had it with all suffixes. But...
“If you want to build a ship, don’t drum up people together to collect wood and don’t assign them tasks and work, but rather teach them to long for the endless immensity of the sea” Antoine de Saint-Exupery
“Liberated from me you shan’t free yourself of me while you’re in me I’ll keep repeating you..”
Rush of Air
O days! those were the most unyielding, fluid at first, then quivering there was no way for them to ripen, come to themselves even at night. Continents as if nothing ever happened shifting beneath the eyelids like dust in sunlight. And it wasn’t clear what links the days because the birds were moving always in the air, the wind permeated the leaves, and the breath was too weak. Piotr Sommer
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Everything was beautiful, and nothing hurt. Slaughterhouse-Five - Kurt...
[Odyssey XI, 222-224]
The soul, like a dream, flutters away and is gone. But quickly turn your desire to the light And keep all this in your mind. Homer
Frenzied but firm The colt of day charges Into the mouth of spring and the birds chatter With the clear sky in their voices Like pipes echoing in the flora Of a handful of angels in rapture Like anemones that issue From the pearls of pleasure. Andreas Embiricos
It annoys me how short minded human beings are -...
selchieproductions: They don’t have to speak English for us to care. Now show me something new from Chile. Thankfully my three Chilean friends are all fine, but I still think it’s rather distasteful to focus solely on Hawai’i when many Chilean coast cities currently look like something out of a post-apocalyptic nightmare.