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justthri: Poems by Constantine P. Cavafy, a Greek poet

bernardtjoy: Body, remember not only how much you were loved, not only the beds on which you lay, but also those desires which for you plainly glowed in the eyes, and trembled in the voice —Constantine P. Cavafy

Zoran54873135: New artwork for sale! - "Ithaca by Constantine P. Cavafy" -

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mrtkeceli: An Old Man by Constantine P. Cavafy

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sairammood: by Constantine P. Cavafy.

NoelHowley: The Translations of Seamus Heaney. The First Step: Constantine P. Cavafy. …You should be happy with the work you’ve done./ It is no small thing to have come this far.

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AlaaOsama: Laistrygonians, Cyclops, angry Poseidon don’t be afraid of them you’ll never find things like that on your way as long as you keep your thoughts raised high, as long as a rare excitement stirs your spirit and your body. Ithaca~Constantine P. Cavafy

milesandr: "Ithaca" is a 1911 poem by Constantine P. Cavafy that is generally considered his best-known work. Based on the homeward journey of Odysseus in Homer's Odyssey.

DailySabah: Greek artist Andreas Georgiadis' "Come Back" exhibition pays homage to versatile poet Constantine P. Cavafy, highlighting intersecting roads that both artists passed through in Istanbul

DailySabah: Greek artist Andreas Georgiadis' "Come Back" exhibition pays homage to versatile poet Constantine P. Cavafy, highlighting intersecting roads that both artists passed through in Istanbul

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dianagn__: "You said: “I’ll go to another country, go to another shore, find another city better than this one." - Constantine P. Cavafy, The City

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JTasioulas: “Even more honor is due when, keeping watch, They see that the time will come when Ephialtes Will tell the secret to the Medes and they Will know the way to get in through the goat-path.” Constantine P Cavafy

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misha_saul: "The god abandons Antony" - Constantine P. Cavafy

bernardtjoy: it seemed to me you stood before me: as you must have been in Alexandria after it had been conquered, pale and wearied, perfect in your sorrow, still hoping they’d have mercy on you, those vile men who whispered “surfeit of Caesars.” —Constantine P. Cavafy

solange99: TODAY IS Nov. 4 Waiting For The Barbarians Day In honor of the novel by South African-born Nobel laureate J. M. Coetzee It is also an opera and based on the title of a poem by Constantine P. Cavafy. (Ten minutes 'til the savages come)

UIUC_Cla_Lib: “Ithaka gave you the marvelous journey. Without her, you wouldn’t have set out. She has nothing left to give you now” (Ithaca by C. P. Cavafy). Join us for an evening of poetry! Kyriakos Euthymiou is reading Constantine Cavafy (along with some original poems).

CCavafy: “Sometimes they speak to us in dreams; sometimes deep in thought the mind hears them.” – C.P. Cavafy, “Voices” (1904). Photograph of three of Constantine Cavafy’s older brothers, 1865. From the left: Peter-John (died 1891), Aristeidis (died 1902) and George (died 1900).

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ConradkBarwa: "There is no ship for you, there is no road. As you have destroyed your life here in this little corner, you have ruined it in the entire world." "The City", Constantine P. Cavafy

JPWriter12: As someone who is getting older, this poem by Constantine Cavafy struck a nerve.

marisatomay: people will read ithaka by constantine p. cavafy when they’re 17 and never recover

IndyStarDanC: (Sorry, Mary Oliver) Constantine P. Cavafy Morning Sea (excerpt) Let me too look at Nature for a while. ... illuminated, beautiful and grand. Let me pretend that these are what I see ... instead of seeing, even here, my fantasies, my recollections, the icons of pleasure.

DurrellSociety: And these few who knew wondered which of Them he was, And for what terrible sensualities he hunted Through the crooked streets of Seleukeia. . . . — Constantine P. Cavafy, “One of Their Gods” translation: Lawrence Durrell Yannis Tsarouchis

DurrellSociety: My dear Cavafy My Alexandrian Alexandria book is out. . . . I have put 'The God Abandons Antony' between the two sections of the book. — E. M. Forster, writing to Constantine P. Cavafy (1922) Forster's Alexandria: A History & Guide (1922)

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bernardtjoy: I also love the crown (not the most common choice for the time). It’s said of Constantine P. Cavafy that he retained his adolescent love of jewels into full adulthood. I feel I’ve made a similar retention.



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