Lidia Chiarell's Gogyoshi (Summer Walks with my Father) is n. 78, page 83)
My poems are translated into Shona language by Tendai Rinos Mwanaka
“The main thing is to know something and to say it.”
~ Karl Wilhelm Friedrich Schlegel
Featured Poems on show from March 16 to 22, 2019
by Guest Poet on March 16, 2019 ::
Among flowers and sills the cats will know it. – Cesare Pavese
silver moon rises
a diaphanous path
on the ocean
Only a lonely cat
leads our way
The wind moans
and whispers its ancient story
Other days will come
it will be the time
of missing words
all our memories
one by one
in the winter silence.
– Lidia Chiarelli
Feline fraternize, find words or freeze. – mh clay
Poems translated in Romanian by dr. Olimpia Iacob
Lidia Chiarelli es una poeta y artista italiana, miembro fundador de Immagine & Poesia, un movimiento literario y artístico fundado en Turín (Italia) en 2007 junto Aeronwy Thomas, la hija de Dylan Thomas.
Desde 2011, ha recibido diferentes reconocimientos y distinciones entre ellas el Certificado de Reconocimiento del Primer Festival Internacional de Poesía de Swansea (U.K.) otorgado por su amplia contribución de poesía y arte. Fue nominada al Premio Pushcart en cuatro oportunidades.
Sus escritos han sido traducidos en diferentes idiomas y publicados en diversas revistas de poesía y sitios web en Italia, Francia, Gran Bretaña, Estados Unidos, Canadá, Albania, Rumania, Corea del Sur, Polonia, Eslovaquia, República Checa, India, Israel, Vietnam, China y Japón. Además, es una reconocida artista de instalaciones y creadora de collages
The Pangolin Review is a bimonthly literary publication based in Mauritius.
Lidia Chiarelli was born and raised in Turin, Italy, where in 2007, she founded with Aeronwy Thomas the Art-literary Movement: Immagine & Poesia. Lidia’s passion for creative writing has motivated her to write poetry and she has become an award winning poet since 2011. Her writing has been translated into more than 20 languages and published in Poetry Reviews and on web-sites in many countries. After visiting the Museum of Modern Art in New York in 2010, Lidia was inspired to create installations similar to Yoko Ono’s Wish Tree, hanging poems and art cards on the trees. Lidia Chiarelli has exhibited her Poetry&Art Trees in Italy and abroad. She is also an appreciated collage artist.
About the poetess: Lidia Chiarelli was born and raised in Turin (Italy),
where in 2007, she founded with Aeronwy Thomas
Movement: Immagine & Poesia. Lidia’s passion for creative writing has motivated her to write
poetry and she has become an award winning poet since 2011.
Lidia Chiarelli's poems (The call and May on the Hills) are translated by Asror Allayarov, the representative of IMMAGINE & POESIA in Uzbekistan.
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Six digital collages by Lidia Chiarelli featured in the E BOOK
Cherchez la femme - I vizi e le virtù da 58 autori a cura di Giuliano Brenna & Roberto Maggiani