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  1. says:

    FOUR AND HALF STARSI would have added another half star had I known better some of the Polish settings and authors that Milosz mentioned in the poems.A Difficulty I always have trouble writing review for poetry collections I am happy to give a poem or two as an example and thus end my review With this collection too, I will follow the same technique only with a slight variation That is, taking the creative liberty to my advantage I will resurrect Milosz and I will try to have a lively dialogue with him.The Dialogue with Milosz Dhanaraj I have just read some of your poems and I loved them immensely Can you tell me about your vocation as a poet and your views on poetry Milosz I am no than a secretary of the invisible thingThat is dictated to me and a few others.Secretaries, mutually unknown, we walk the earthWithout much comprehension Beginning a phrase in the middleOr ending it with a comma And how it all looks when completedIs not up to us to inquire, we won t read it anyway.Dhanaraj Tell me about your beliefs I think you had tough time to maintain your Faith Your initial stand on faith reveals much doubt and the late poems reveal a reconciled heart.Milosz 1.We and the flowers throw shadows on the earth.What has no shadow has no strength to live 2.I...


  2. says:

    In Ars Poetica Milosz eloquently states The purpose of poetry is to remind us how difficult it is to remain just one person, for our house is open, there are no keys in the doors, and invisible guests come in and out at will I think his poetry does than see us compromised by these...


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    Love Love means to learn to look at yourselfThe way one looks at distant thingsFor you are only one thing among many And whoever sees that way heals his heart, Without knowing it, from various ills A bird and a tree say to him Friend Then he wants to use himself and thingsSo that they stand in the glow of ripeness It doesn t matter whether he knows what he serves Who serves best doesn t always understand Meaning When I die, I will see the lining of the world.The other side, beyond bird, mountain, sunset.The true meaning, ready to be decoded.What never added up will add Up, What was incomprehensible will be comprehended And if there is no lining to the world If a thrush on a branch is not a sign, But just a thrush on the branch If night and dayMake no sense following each other And on this earth there is nothing except this earth Even if that is so, there will rema...


  4. says:

    A surprising first read for me Milosz s poems are diverse, intricate and playful I very much enjoyed reading this collection of poems and I m sure I ll return to some of them in the future for a re read.Here s a little taster The purpose of poetry is to remin...


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    Esi stipri naktis Tavin neprasiskverbiaNei l p liepsnos, nei ryto debes dulsva,Kur sapno pakra tys tamsus, ten girdis tavo balsas,Tu taip vyti, lyg artint s diena T vas bibliotekojeAuk ta kakta, o vir um jos su iur Plaukai, ant j pro lang krinta saul.Ir viskas kuria jam p k kar n ,Kuomet jis knyg paima sauj.Ra tuotais r bais kaip anas b r jasKimiu balsu jis u keikim burba,Kokie stebuklai, kas toj knygoj d josPatirs, kur pats Dievas mok burti Tik jimasTikime t syk, kada pamatomLap beplaukiant arba rasos la Ir inom jie yra nei vengiami.Kad ir m s akys aptemt , mirg t , em j tai bus, o daugiau nieko kito,La tolyn nuplukdys up s vandenys.Tikime taipgi, kada susi eid Koj akmen , inom, kad akmenysTam ir yra nusimu ti kojel mis velkit, kaip medis meta e lius,Metam e l ir mes, o ir g l s,Jei n e lio, tai b ti n r galios ViltisViltis yra, kuomet kas nors tiki,Kad em ne joks sapnas gyvas k nas,O akys, ausys, pir tai nemeluoja.Visi daiktai i mano pa inimoYra kaip sodas, arkoj atsistojus eiti nevalia Ta iau, ko gero,Jei tik giliau ir d miau steb si,Tau atsivers vaig d , g lyno kerasPasaulio sodo slapiame pav sy.Kai kas dar kalba, kad akis tai triukas,Kad nieko n r, o mums tik taip atrodo,Bet tiems jokia viltis nebegalioja.Jie mano, mogui nugar atsukus,Pasaulis visas liaujas egzistuoti,Tars...


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    from The World The SunAll colors come from the sun And it does not haveAny particular color, for it contains them all.And the whole Earth is like a poemWhile the sun above represents the artist.Whoever wants to pain the variegated worldLet him never look straight up at the sunOr he will lose the memory of things he has seen.Only burning tears will stay in his eyes.Let him kneel down, lower his face to the grass,And look at light reflected by the ground.There he will find everything we have lost...


  7. says:

    Making my way through this book has been joyful I have loved discovering how Milosz evolved over the course of his career and how he adapted within his work to living in California He has a wonderful sense of humor as well as the ability to illustrate pain such that we feel al...


  8. says:

    His poetry runs the gamut of feeling and thought, of nature and man, of beauty and the truth of poetry The author of The Captive Mind, a great statement about the effects of totalitarianism, Czeslaw Milosz is even better when his daimon inspires him to write poetry This selection covers his work over than seven decades beginning with his early days in Poland, underground during the War, and beyond into his time in America His survival, overcoming the ordeal of war and suppression gives his poetry a nobility that seems palpable on every page The following poem resonates with me along with others of his best from the Selected Poems Just as he fought the battle of ideas, the books are durable soldiers going into battle with a simple We are, confident in the knowledge that they are durable than we are The reference to the dismal twentieth century with its fires and flame is tempered by the optimism of the closing Derived from people, but also from radiance, heights And Yet the Books And yet the books will be there on the shelves, separate beings,That appeared once, still wetAs shining chestnuts under a tree in autumn,And, touched, coddled, began to liveIn spite of fires on the horizon, castles blown up,Tribes on the march, planets in motion We are, they said, even as their pagesWere being torn out, or a buzzing flameLicked away their letters So much durableTha...


  9. says:

    Outstanding Not every poem is perfect, but every poem is beautiful, and some are so moving they floored me, made me hiss an inhalation and hold my breath just to contain the reflection, the emotion, the impact Milosz is amazing.


  10. says:

    I selected this book as an introduction and companion volume to a recent biography of Milosz It was not a disappointment and now awaits a rereading and my desire to make notes in the margins.


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