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Wednesday, April 3, 2013

Intravenus

Still proud of my translation of this.

3 comments:

Vance Maverick said...

Rightly! I didn't know them. I'm wondering a little what to make of the rain of stars. Rain alone would make a boring kind of sense; stars are nocturnal (to our senses, anyway); but is there a further paraphrasable sense there?

Vance Maverick said...

(I sense that I'm repeating my word choices.)

profacero said...

It's great ... and I didn't know the poets ... and it is in Facsicle, which I like!