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Four Translations

Four Translations

A Poem by Floundering About


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Translating poetry to ancient greek: What We Haven't Done

Translating poetry to ancient greek: What We Haven..

A Story by cassandra violet


my new secret nerdy hobby- translating poetry to Ancient Greek. This is my translation of "What We Haven't Done", however, many changes have been unde..
From Hell to Heaven/ (Del infierno al cielo)

From Hell to Heaven/ (Del infierno al cielo)

A Poem by Shirade


Translation of 'Del infierno al cielo'
The Last Warrior

The Last Warrior

A Poem by Julie Deshtor


This is a very loose translation of a the song "The Last Warrior" by a Russian band. I'd like to dedicate it to the last Anarchist, Nestor Makno
The Sleeper in the Vale

The Sleeper in the Vale

A Poem by Max


My attempt at a translation of Arthur Rimbaud's "Le Dormeur du Val"
The Swagtastic Voyage

The Swagtastic Voyage

A Poem by Jesse Lancaster


Title by Mark Granade, my lovely roommate. A strange name to fit a strange poem. I wanted to try a different kind of flow to my work.
#28 Eng version

#28 Eng version

A Poem by L'Enfant Terrible


The Spanish original is mine and the translation is mine.
Destruction

Destruction

A Poem by Lythe


The Demon stirs ceaselessly beside me; He swims around me like an ethereal air; I breathe him in, burn my lungs completely With eternal d..
Opening Days

Opening Days

A Chapter by Obia Ranndy


This chapter recounts my first day as an ASTI student after gaining admission.
A chance

A chance

A Story by Adam Lebzo -RonninWarrior..


A prisoner & a Jailer... Lost we are in this vortex.
Why am I hated for who I love?

Why am I hated for who I love?

A Poem by Mathilda Constance


This is a poem I wrote for a slam poetry workshop with my french class. This is a translation, so not the best, but it is what it is.
Priapea

Priapea

A Book by Elly_Green


An English translation. The Priapea is a collection of short poems written in Latin referencing Priapus, a Roman god of fertility. For the Latin text,..

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