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The Poetics of Reverie: Childhood, Language, and the Cosmos

Gaston Bachelard


“There are still souls for whom love is the contact of two poetries, the fusion of two reveries.”


French philosopher Gaston Bachelard on dreams, love, solitude and happiness – beautiful read:

bookpickings:

The Poetics of Reverie: Childhood, Language, and the Cosmos

Gaston Bachelard

“There are still souls for whom love is the contact of two poetries, the fusion of two reveries.”

French philosopher Gaston Bachelard on dreams, love, solitude and happiness – beautiful read:

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وسيكون علينا الاكتفاء بقتات الوعود، وبقايا النوايا الطيبة. وسنعد أنقسنا سعداء الحظ ..لقد تذكرتنا بعض الأماني السعيدة في الطريق، ربما توقفت لغيرنا، ولكن لا يهم.

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"إن كل ذلك يثير الحزن على نحو لا يحتمل: الريح خلل الشجر، الشمام، النبيذ، هذا الحب، وهذه الصداقة..إنه يفتقد ذلك مسبقاً، مع أنه لا يزال حاضراً هنا، بينما كل شيء حاضر هنا. وهذا يجرحه، يهزه، ويحرقه بنار الحنين."
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Usually there is so much life, residues of possibilities that got scattered through the pages, and the promise of more wandering.
It is always like crispy beginnings of love, the one single trifle of a moment when you don’t ask, only look stare of an openness is that is about to dawn, always and perpetually about to dawn, forever becoming.
There is always so much life coming from a dead man.

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واللي اخترع ‘نكمل كلامنا’مكانش عنده وقت يكمل الحكاية، عشان الكلام فضل طول عمره ناقص كمالته.

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It was quick. It only took five lunar orbits..