Romella Kitchens

(Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania)

The Reunion


I due ol La Reunion


I due uomini anziani sat nel parco dell'invecchiamento.
Non si ricordarono dell'immigrazione in una nuova terra.
Ora, essi erano i loro padri e la grande usura di
tutti quei storie prima.

(In Italian)


(English Translation)


The Reunion
The two older men sat in the park of aging together.
They remembered immigration to a new land.
Now, they were their grand fathers and the worn work of
all those histories before.

Submitted: Monday, August 05, 2013
Edited: Monday, August 05, 2013

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Writing in differing languages can be interesting, challenging and illuminating. The words take form like differing clay. This is a minimalist poem. The poet likes compact poetry because its skeletal nature adds weight and importance to each word, every image.

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