Virginie Colline

March: On the Cusp

Tis a strange month, March. Both Winter and Spring, cold and temperate, it transitions us from Death to Life, fallow to green. Depending upon the region, depending upon one’s position on this earth, by design or chance, this month will bring us all great changes. For Spinozablue, March brings us poetry by Virginie Colline, and …

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Virginie Colline: Streetlight Tanka

Streetlight Tanka   Pulse of lights he hops into a taxi to wherever she won’t be       too tall an order the city whispers Giant daisies                       yellow glow the streetlamps dance before his very eyes he kisses them goodnight     Copyright© 2013, by Virginie Colline. All Rights Reserved.   Virginie Colline is a …

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The Mind as Haiku

For November, Spinozablue welcomes the poetry of Virginie Colline, Joshua Bocher, Greg Mackie and Kyle Hemmings.   __________   Making poetry, making art, comes naturally to humans. For all we know, we’ve been doing this since the dawn of time. It probably brought immense pleasure to the first Neanderthal and his or her tribe when …

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From Paris, With Haiku

Silver Lining Haiku     a cloud for breakfast in my hand a pearl of dew against the sultry day       – by Virginie Colline   Copyright© 2012, Virginie Colline. All Rights Reserved.   Virginie Colline is a French translator living in Paris. Her poems have appeared in The Scrambler, The Asahi Haikuist …

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