Davide wrote a little poem about the beauty of hopelessness.
writing challenge: A bus ride
Davide tried to write something during a bus ride. Whatever the outcome, he must publish it
A Hopeless Venture – A Story
Davide tries to write a poetry style story.
Poetry about graves and who should attend them.
The Wastelands of Brotherhood (Videogames and Poetry)
Flame talks of a game that's been on his mind a lot and how it's important to let go notions of 'high art' when producing poetry.
Defense against Speech Acts (Pragmatics and Poetry)
Flame explains how language works like magic (more than you'd think!) and introduces the blackest of all black magic: Pragmatics. He also plugs a play he's putting on this weekend!
The love of never finishing / Sons of Sailors
Davide is giving some insight as to why he can never finish thi
Reflections of the Past – What the Pandemic has me thinking about
Davide engages with the idea of tackling the past, projecting yourself into others and the errors that come along with.
Guest Entry: An Etymological Meditation: Humoristic-anguished essay in a register poetico et eleganti
Where does the word 'poetry' come from? This and a lot more is explored by Valère Gaube in a beautiful mixture of poetry, prose and philosophy.
Guest Entry: Criminals
Abel Lovasz shares a short poem about the essence of being human, perhaps?
Making Sense of Nonsense (Syntax and Poetry)
Poetry is partly an art of not making sense. You will be surprised how many perhaps 'poetical' sentences are, strictly speaking, "ungrammatical"
Times Bygone, Times in Quarantine
It has been radiosilence for the last few months on our part. Whatever have Davide and Flame been up to?
A Girl and a Jester- Two Love Poems
Flame and Davide wrote love poems through a different perspective.
The New Haiku: One-Breath Poetry
In this short post Flame introduces a new way to write haiku by examining one of the most popular pieces in its original form.
Eco-poetry and The Environment
Flame tackles an important topic by analysing two monuments of the English canon; a small contribution an English major can make for the environment.