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Gérard Bocholier, La Venue (extrait)



Les paroles lais­sées
Sur ces bords par le vent

Ne sont pas des adieux
Légués à la lumière

Des graines seule­ment
De ciel à mettre en terre


      La Venue (Arfuyen, 2006)

Présentation de l’auteur

Iris Cushing

Iris Marble Cushing was born in Tarzana, CA in 1983. She has recei­ved grants and awards for her work from the National Endowment for the Arts and The Frederick and Frances Sommer Foundation, as well as a wri­ting resi­den­cy at Grand Canyon National Park in Arizona. Her poems have been publi­shed in the Boston Review, La Fovea, No, Dear, and other places. A col­la­bo­ra­tion with pho­to­gra­pher George Woodman, How a Picture Grows a World, was trans­la­ted into Italian and was the sub­ject of an exhi­bi­tion at Galeria Alessandro Bagnai in Florence, Italy. Iris lives in Brooklyn, where she works as an edi­tor for Argos Books and for Circumference : A jour­nal of poe­try in trans­la­tion.  

Iris Cushing

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