Posts tagged poetry
Virtual Virtue

A poem by Elsa Benamouzig.

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Some Storage Space

This poem by Irina Breitenstein uses a hard disk as an analogy to a relationship. “you chose the two photos i chose, you chose yourself the way i chose you. then you send them to some other woman’s computer.”

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My Dear Old Continent

A homage to the old continent by Ana Vidosavljevic.

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Lost in Translation

I am across the ocean with not enough languages to ask / “was I not your child too?”

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Identity Unconfirmed

there is only one identity on sale / made out of red and white cubes, / with many rules / pointless and unexplained

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pepsi

“the soldiers on their tanks, laughing, their shotguns pointed towards the pale december sun. i /  stand in the little ivy dead-end where my grandparents live, close to the cherry tree, distinctly i / hear the voices of the fighters sing” - Pepsi, a poem by Irina Breitenstein.

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'Things From Europe' - a podcast with spoken word artist Madi Maxwell-Libby

In our podcast with Madi Maxwell-Libby, she recites her poem and we chat about bankers, Brexit and the beauty of Europe.

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