Posts Tagged: Migrant Tales Literary

Migrant Tales Literary: Where happiness lives

                                                                 No bird soars too high if he soars with his own wings.                                                                                                           William Blake (1757-1827) Leo Honka Of all the seasons that pass over Finland, possibly fall is the most magical. But what makes it stand out from the others? Is it the pitch-darkness? Is it the vast universe above and its

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Migrant Tales Literary: La vida entera

Ignacio Pérez Pérez La vida entera Pa escribir un poema El mismo poema lloroso Con pizcas de comedia Y romanticismo rancio La cosa son estas nubes grises El bansuri en tus audífonos Las caras de piedra alrededor El mantra de un amigo: “No temo: yo amo” Aquí conmigo como amuleto La lentitud es una virtud

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Migrant Tales Literary: Estoy aquí

por Ignacio Pérez Pérez* ESTOY AQUI Qué más le queda A un pobre diablo como yo Más que estar en el infierno Hellsinki se llama esto Lo digo en broma pero hablo en serio El frío es un incendio Vengo del reino del sol A ésta noche blanca que quema Abro mi tercer ojo Veo:

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Dana: Open racist wave

Migrant Tales insight: After a year and six months I got an email from Dana, who has written many beautiful and powerful poems for us. I was delighted to hear from her after such a long time. Those who remember, the passing away of her parents in such a short time was a terrible blow

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Camilla Edström Ödemark (March 29, 2015): Exposing White Voids

Camilla Edström Ödemark is an artist from Åland who moved from her native Mariehamn to Sweden after she graduated from high school. Her artwork hits a sensitive spot especially if you’re in that sometimes challenging situation of adapting to a new country.  Ödemark says that her work focuses on what or who is “abnormal” or

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