Tag Archives: Follas Novas

Moribund Stomach

Moribund stomach, burnt ornito root, always green in the calcareous room, representing the crime of murder the offence of fratricide, pusillanimous between swift steeds, fast in the sustained windiness of D minor. Yes! It is absolutely true, and I say … Continue reading

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Manuel Vilanova- Not Even in the Sky

Maybe you remember, Merlin, how we told lies To make ourselves feel better, it’s impossible For them to leave us alone, to our music, To our tears, like a light In the city centre, a lost dog At the bus … Continue reading

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Breogan’s Lighthouse

I work on the Camino de Santiago in Galicia- the Camiño.  At the end of every journey I make my way down to Follas Novas, my favourite book shop in Santiago de Compostela, and buy a book or two.  I … Continue reading

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