Anzhelina Polonskaya

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The Sunday Poem : Anzhelina Polonskaya, Translated by Andrew Wachtel

By |11.17.12|

 

 

I first met Russian poet Anzhelina Polonskaya several years ago at the MacDowell Colony, where many of the poems in her new collection, Paul Klee’s Boat, were written.

While in New Hampshire, Anzhelina graciously offered to share her work at […]

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The Sunday Poem: Anzhelina Polonskaya

By |08.13.11|

 

 

 

Paul Klee’s Boat

Soon it will be winter and soon
a nightingale with a bandaged throat,
a plum tree in bloom, and a white
hill pushed up against the door.

Illness arrives like Mozart,
sits down at the black piano
and its voice touches with a single […]

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