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  1. It is so wonderful to read it again. I totally forgott about my translation. Thanks 🙂 🙂 🙂
  2. Ab beautiful piece. I can really see the sunshine, even it is raining here. 🙂 And both incredible strong women. Alfred de Musset said about Amantine: „Ich habe den ganzen Tag gearbeitet. Am Abend hatte ich zehn Verse gemacht und eine Flasche Schnaps getrunken; sie hatte einen Liter Milch getrunken und ein halbes Buch geschrieben.“ (“I worked all day. In the evening I had written ten verses and drank a bottle of schnapps; she had drunk a liter of milk and written half a book." Die Milch machts. Milk rocks. hehe
  3. Lyssa

    Oda a Walt Whitman

    This poem is so full of pictures and iconographic riddles. Awesome work!! Thank you for the translation. Muha
  4. For Berlin I recommend: The shadow of a giant chestnut-tree, deck chair, close to the river, taking a swim every few hours.
  5. Beautiful! 🙂 I am glad, you post your wonderful translations. Muha
  6. Hugs to you. I am so sad. He was a gentle soul, kind and so friendly. ❤️ The poem is heartbreaking sad. I wish, I could say something to ease your pain. I know, it is not possible, but my thoughts are with you.
  7. Ahhhh I haven`t seen it earlier, when we talked about it. But now I see it. It is "das (junge) Blut" ihm (Possesivpronomen to Dativ dem Blut) he brews the poison for the "junges Blut"= means a young person. That`s the grammatical possebility. (Maybe a young hill climbing annyoing overly jolly Bavarian 😄)
  8. Merry Christmas or Fröhliche Weihnachten! 😀
  9. Lyssa

    Orlando Snapshots

    Those are gorgeous rays of sunlight. 😄 😄 😄 Sweet Orlando. Thanks for sharing. Muha
  10. A lovely poem. It brightens the day. Thank you for sharing. 🙂
  11. Simply wonderful. Thanks for sharing. :-)
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    Both are so wonderful. No 121 brings a connection between men. Thats very healing. And No 122 with its boat metaphors speaks very strongly to me. Thank you for sharing. Muha
  13. School start it is again: Wake up, teach kids, be awesome. New is, try not to catch the virus.

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