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Mayormelvix: Ah why did I not pay attention when they were building the walls. But I never heard any noise or sound of builders . Imperceptibly they shut me from the outside world.... COnstantine P. Cavafy.

Boudiccaaaa: “But it is a sweet sigh, it soars as a prayer.” Constantine P. Cavafy, from The Complete Poems: “By the Open Window”

gloss_mimi_an: thread of the new cavafy poems in the anthology welcome to read them <3 Constantine P. Cavafy: And I Lounged and Lay on Their Beds

gloss_mimi_an: Constantine P. Cavafy: Picture Of A 23-Year-Old Youth Painted By His Friend Of The Same Age, An Amateur

gloss_mimi_an: Constantine P. Cavafy: Dangerous Thoughts

LiteraryVienna: „Have Ithaka always in your mind. Your arrival there is what you are destined for. But don't in the least hurry the journey.“ Constantine P. Cavafy

petermedeiros19: I look before me at my lighted candles, I don’t want to turn around and see with horror How quickly the dark line is lengthening, How quickly the candles multiply that have been put out. Constantine P. Cavafy

rabihalameddine: Six years ago: Comprehension by Constantine P. Cavafy

fakeTakeDump: SNIFFER LIGHTS HAVE TO WORRY ABOUT STARTUPS NIGER DIAPER RASH CREDIT FLATULENT FECES CLAP BACK WOW RUMP ROAST FART URINE IS HOLY, PEW LISTEN TO A PUPPY LONGBOARDING NAGGER LINUX POTTY CONSTANTINE P. CAVAFY NAGGER RETWEET TO WIN HOUSTON MY PEE HEARTHSTONE FANTASY

jcomu_: constantine p. cavafy really knew what he was talking about when he wrote ithaca. damn

rabihalameddine: Two years ago: The Afternoon Sun by Constantine P. Cavafy

chelydoreus: "And now what shall become of us without any barbarians? Those people were some kind of solution." "Waiting for the Barbarians", Constantine P. Cavafy (1904)

SarcasmLiving: And now, what's going to happen to us without barbarians? They were, those people, a kind of solution. - Constantine P. Cavafy

StamatinaLiosi: ''...and say goodbye to her, to the Alexandria you are losing.'' - Constantine P. Cavafy (1911), translated by Edmund Keeley and Philip Sherrard

theboookdog: I met the Greek poet Constantine P. Cavafy on the book Three O’Clock in The Morning written by Gianrico Carofiglio, translated from the Italian by Howard Curtis. The narrator’s father renders Cavafy’s poem ‘As Much As You Can’. +

ilheru: Later, in a more perfect society, someone else made just like me is certain to appear and act freely. Constantine P. Cavafy

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

LiteraryVienna: „And if you find her poor, Ithaca has not deceived you. Wise as you have become, with so much experience, you must already have understood what these Ithacas mean.“ Constantine P. Cavafy

jcolag: Now what's going to happen to us without barbarians? Those people were a kind of solution. Constantine P. Cavafy

themoonlookson: Voices - Constantine P. Cavafy ...Sometimes they speak to us in dreams; sometimes deep in thought the mind hears them. And, with their sound, for a moment return sounds from our life's first poetry - like distant music fading away at night.

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

FelwaAlhudaithy: “But it is a sweet sigh, it soars as a prayer.” Constantine P. Cavafy, The Complete Poems: By the Open Window

KiKiFro: Poetry has been helping me a lot the last few days. Here's another by Constantine P. Cavafy - an lgbt poet

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fakeTakeDump: BITCOIN FABRIC PROTECTANT THROUGH A PORTRAIT ELEPHANT PEE CONSTANTINE P. CAVAFY LIKE SHORT? H. PYLORI A SALAD POO SOME GRAND. THE LOVE BOAT MICHAEL JACKSON. LET IT RIDE. DIARRHEA FART AND BORING FOOT ODOR SONG DO YOU IMAGINE CRYPTOCURRENCY VALUE-ADD WAS REFERRING

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

fakeTakeDump: ORDER MOZZARELLA TURD ORDER WHOLE FRUIT CONTENT MARKETING IN HIS FLOWERS. TURD IT WILL BE JOYOUS. MY TELEPHONE. CONSTANTINE P. CAVAFY POTTY TURD WORK FROM HOME MAKE YOU FART. POLIO JUST FARTED SMELLED THEIR BUTTS. APPLE OUT OF EITHER AT CAMERA. RUDE POOEY ON MY CLOCK MUY EMAILING

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daviddaratony: Track six from Cohen’s tenth album, Ten New Songs ‘Alexandra Leaving’, is inspired by Egyptian Greek poet Constantine P. Cavafy. The five best songs inspired by poetry

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

heavenlybiccie: My Taurus horoscope for Free Association: Wittgenstein was born under a Taurus sun. So were Agamben, Tagore, Nick Joaquin, Charlotte Bronte, Max Weber, Constantine P. Cavafy, Martha Nussbaum, Karl Marx, and Malcolm X.

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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).

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ConsueloPoet: Legendary Greek poet Constantine P. Cavafy was born and died on this day

OFidhne: “Return often and take me at night, beloved, when desire runs through the blood, when the lips and the skin remember ...” ~ Constantine P. Cavafy (Greek poet)

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EmmanuelRL21: “As you set out for Ithaka hope your road is a long one, full of adventure, full of discovery. Laistrygonians, Cyclops, angry Poseidon - don't be afraid of them.” — Constantine P. Cavafy, “Ithaca” (1911).

borntodayfamous: [April - 29, 1863] Constantine P. Cavafy, Greek poet (d. 1933) was born on April - 29.

arryaz: I look before me at my lighted candles, I don’t want to turn around and see with horror How quickly the dark line is lengthening, How quickly the candles multiply that have been put out. ~ Constantine P. Cavafy

LiteraryVienna: „And if you find her poor, Ithaca has not deceived you. Wise as you have become, with so much experience, you must already have understood what these Ithacas mean.“ Constantine P. Cavafy * April 29, 1863

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CailinCeltic: Return often and take me at night, when the lips and the skin remember... Return -- Constantine P.Cavafy Photography - Mandi Lynn

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obituary_bot: Constantine P. Cavafy, 70 (Greek poet and journalist) 1863—1933 Constantine Peter Cavafy, 1863 – April 29, 1933) was an Egyptiot Greek poet, journalist and civil servant RIP

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rabihalameddine: Five years ago: Aboard the Ship by Constantine P. Cavafy

ziphayat: US foreign policy leaving Afghanistan facing Russia: “And some of our men just in from the border say, there are no barbarians any longer. Now what’s going to happen to us without barbarians? They were, those people, a kind of solution.” Constantine P. Cavafy, 1904

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aligizakis: Constantine P. Cavafy-Poems/Translated by Manolis Aligizakis

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AnthonyAzekwoh: The God Forsaketh Anthony. -Constantine P. Cavafy.

rabihalameddine: Four years ago: In an Old Book by Constantine P. Cavafy

dajamTX: not expecting Ithaka to give you wealth. Ithaka gave you a splendid journey. Without her you would not have set out. She hasn't anything else to give you. —“Ithaca”, Constantine P. Cavafy

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bestinthemed: Returning From Greece - Constantine P. Cavafy

VTsiapou: 10/17 -Hospital St. Sophronius, in which left his last breath Constantine P. Cavafy. In this, the German doctor R. Koch, with the help of the Greek physicians Kartoulis and Valasopoulos, discovered the bacterium of cholera during the epidemic that broke out in 1883.

CyrilPedia: Epilogue: Cohen's song was inspired by Constantine Cavafy's poem The God Abandons Antony

EffrosyniKouva1: The Afternoon Sun By Constantine P. Cavafy

azhdahazai: . . .One afternoon at four o’clock we separated for a week only. . .And then—that week became forever. —Constantine P. Cavafy

Of_Flaneuse: “How long can I let my mind moulder in this place? Wherever I turn, wherever I look, I see the black ruins of my life, here.” — The City, Constantine P. Cavafy

lexicography_gr: Free to install: Constantine P. Cavafy typeface. Works well in Greek and English.

Abhinav99377474: You must pray that the way be long, full of adventures and experiences.-Constantine P. Cavafy MAN OF THE SEASON ABHINAV

KushwahaNensi: You must pray that the way be long, full of adventures and experiences.-Constantine P. Cavafy DESERVING WINNER RUBINA

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fraveris: Constantine P. Cavafy Morning Sea

Kulambq: ~ Constantine P. Cavafy, "Trojans" (translated from the Greek by Edmund Keeley and Philip Sherrard) ... our efforts are like those of the Trojans.

leemaBron: Always you will arrive in this city. Do not hope for any other -- There is no ship for you, there is no road. As you have destroyed your life here in this little corner, you have ruinded it in the entire world. Constantine P. Cavafy

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

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

rabihalameddine: Here's another poem by Constantine P. Cavafy: The City

rabihalameddine: And another: One of Their Gods by Constantine P. Cavafy

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

SerpicoDet: When they were building 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

dan_pericles: His tone contradicts his claim: it's clearly got to him. And a good thing too. Here's the great poet Cavafy, imagining a local after emperor Julian's attempted re-Christianization of Greek temples backfires: "The essential thing is - he exploded."

MockClay: The God Abandons Antony, by Constantine P. Cavafy

ArtyomTonoyan: The small comforts in life, like reading this poem by the inimitable Greek poet Constantine P. Cavafy called Ithaca, translated by my good friend and UMN colleague Prof. Theofanis G. Stavrou

CCavafy: “I do not like analyses in a short story or a novel. I prefer the dry description of events, unadorned, without comments. That is why I much like description of manners... The short story or the novel should permit us to draw our own conclusions.” — Constantine P. Cavafy

CailinCeltic: the days of September rising in my dreams, give shape and colour to my words,my sentences, whatever theme I touch,whatever thought I utter. December 1903 -- Constantine P.Cavafy Images -Google PicFinder



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