Gare de Rouen, 1916,dedicated to Émile Verhaeren, who was accidently dropped under a train by an adoring crowd, the lament
The Poet Descends, Willing the Stairs,for Forough Farrokhzad, who swerved her car into a wall to avoid a school bus, or the openly political
Death and His Kin,for Tal Almallouhi, who disappeared into a Syrian prison and may or may not be dead, Vulpe writes unblinkingly with clarity, kindness ? even humour ? of our common fate, and brings us closer to the fragile core of our humanity.
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