Man Ray’s Tears

Larmes, or Glass Tears is a famous photograph by Man Ray, a black and white image that looks almost like a film still (which demonstrates his interest in cinematic narrative). The model was an unnamed can-can dancer and the photo is an extreme close-up of her eyes and mascara-coated lashes looking upward in distress, while… Read More Man Ray’s Tears

W. B. Yeats

William Butler Yeats one of the greatest poets of the 20th century, was born at Sandymount, Ireland. on 13 June 1865 The Old Men Admiring Themselves in the Water I heard the old, old men say,“Everything alters,And one by one we drop away.”They had hands like claws, and their kneesWere twisted like the old thorn-treesBy… Read More W. B. Yeats

L’origine du monde

L’origine du monde Profumodi muschioUmidopiacere Brivido lungonel chiarorelunare –petalo di luceche rischiarale biancheondesfattedi quel mare (L.Z.) “L’origine du monde” è un dipinto a olio realizzato da Gustave Courbet nel 1866 e conservato nel Museo d’Orsay di Parigi.

Here in This Spring

Here in This Spring(Dylan Thomas) Here in this spring, stars float along the void;Here in this ornamental winterDown pelts the naked weather;This summer buries a spring bird. Symbols are selected from the years’Slow rounding of four seasons’ coasts,In autumn teach three seasons’ firesAnd four birds’ notes. I should tell summer from the trees, the wormsTell,… Read More Here in This Spring


Ronald Stuart Thomas, who published as R. S. Thomas, was born on 29 March 1913 and died in 2000He was a Welsh poet and Anglican priest who was noted for his nationalism and spirituality: he wrote about the people of his country , the values of the common man, focusing on the difficulties of rural… Read More Here