Category Archives: Adam Zagajewski

Poem for the week: Impossible Friendships

Every time I read Adam Zagajewski’s poems, I get a little closer to understanding this world. Found at Poetry Foundation Impossible Friendships BY ADAM ZAGAJEWSKI TRANSLATED BY CLARE CAVANAGH For example, with someone who no longer is, who exists only … Continue reading

Posted in Adam Zagajewski, life, poetry, thoughts | Tagged , | Leave a comment

poem for the week – Try to Praise the Mutilated World

  By Adam Zagajewski Translated by Clare Cavanagh Try to praise the mutilated world. Remember June’s long days, and wild strawberries, drops of rosé wine. The nettles that methodically overgrow the abandoned homesteads of exiles. You must praise the mutilated … Continue reading

Posted in Adam Zagajewski, poem, poem of the week, poetry | Leave a comment