World Poetry

March 21, 2017
Splabman

Any self-respecting World Poetry Day would not be complete without poetry from around the world, so in the second hour, I read from Poems for the Millennium: Russia’s Anna Akhmatova (from “Poem Without a Hero”), Japan’s Töge Sankichi (from “Poems of the Atomic Bomb”) and Fluxus, South Carolina, Paris poet Emmett Williams (from “The Red Chair: (For Three Voices))” and “The Ultimate Poem.” Thanks to Tutta Bella for making this happen.

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