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rabihalameddine: Reposting the poem of the day before: The Afternoon Sun by Constantine P. Cavafy

rabihalameddine: Reposting yesterday's poem: The Afternoon Sun by Constantine P. Cavafy

rabihalameddine: In an Old Book by Constantine P. Cavafy

rabihalameddine: Horses of Achilles by Constantine P. Cavafy (Two Translations)

rabihalameddine: Aboard the Ship by Constantine P. Cavafy

rabihalameddine: Comprehension by Constantine P. Cavafy

rabihalameddine: 27 June 1906, 2 P.M. by Constantine P. Cavafy

AHA1R: The Afternoon Sun by Constantine P. Cavafy

rabihalameddine: And my favorite: The Mirror in the Entrance by Constantine P. Cavafy

rabihalameddine: And another: The City by Constantine P. Cavafy

rabihalameddine: Here's another poem by Constantine P. Cavafy: One of Their Gods

rabihalameddine: Today's poem: The Afternoon Sun by Constantine P. Cavafy

CailinCeltic: One candle is enough Tonight the room should not have too much light In deep reverie,all receptiveness, and with the gentle light,in this deep reverie I'll form visions to call up the Shades,the Shades of Love. To Call Up The Shades - Constantine P.Cavafy

ArsEstHabitus: I have gazed so much on beauty that my eyes overflow with it. ― Constantine P. Cavafy (ph. William Abranowicz)

ZNabolsy: Managed to visit Constantine P. Cavafy’s apartment in Alexandria. One of my favourite modern poets.

breezevoices: Ithaka gave you the marvelous journey Without her you wouldn't have set out ~ Ithaka - Constantine P. Cavafy

popcultint: 1933 — Greek poet Constantine P. Cavafy dies, Alexandria, Egypt.

rabihalameddine: This was the poem of the day five years ago: The City by Constantine P. Cavafy

rabihalameddine: This was the poem of the day five years ago: One of Their Gods by Constantine P. Cavafy

rabihalameddine: In an Old Book by Constantine P. Cavafy

rabihalameddine: This was the poem of the day five years ago: The Mirror in the Entrance by Constantine P. Cavafy

NORTHTRENTON: Happy Birthday to Georgia Hopley (d. 1944), Constantine P. Cavafy (d. 1933), William Randolph Hearst (d. 1951), Maria Teresia Ledochowska (d. 1922), Harry Payne Whitney (d. 1930), Forest Ray Moulton (d. 1952), Rafael Sabatini (d. 1950) and Friedrich Adler (d.1945).

SweetViolettes: ...just and upright in all their deeds. Constantine P. Cavafy | Thermopylae

SweetViolettes: “On the Ship,” a Poem by Constantine P. Cavafy

tujhekyunpadih2: ...When they were building the walls, how could I not have noticed! But I never heard the builders, not a sound. Imperceptibly they have closed me off from the outside world. Constantine P. Cavafy

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061ken: He is known for his prosaic use of metaphors, his brilliant use of historical imagery, and his aesthetic perfectionism. These attributes, amongst others, have assured him an enduring place in the literary pantheon of the Western World Constantine P Cavafy

manoj80243879: As you set out for Ithaka, hope your road is a long one, full of adventure, full of discovery Poet, Constantine P. Cavafy

AllanBahati: Ithaka// Constantine P. Cavafy [Part 1] As you set out for Ithaka, Hope the voyage is a long one, Full of adventu...

Karamazovism: "Our bodies sensed and sought each other; / our blood and our skin understood." - Constantine P. Cavafy, from The...

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