[Ebook] The Air Around the ButterflyВъздухът около пеперудата By Katerina Stoykova-Klemer – serv3.3pub.co.uk

[Ebook] The Air Around the ButterflyВъздухът около пеперудата By Katerina Stoykova-Klemer – serv3.3pub.co.uk [Read] ➲ The Air Around the ButterflyВъздухът около пеперудата ➮ Katerina Stoykova-Klemer – Serv3.3pub.co.uk AIR AROUND US YouTube Visit Use Promocode YT to avail months Free Subscription Curricu The Air Around Us magztercom The Air Around Us Muse Science Magazine for Kids | September What’s in air—and w AIR Around the ButterflyВъздухът около Kindle - AROUND US YouTube Visit Use Promocode Around the ePUB ¹ YT to avail months Free Subscription Curricu The Air Around Us magztercom The Air Around Us Muse Science Magazine for Kids | September What’s in air—and why it matters Emily Floess The three pictures above were taken on the same airplane ride What do you notice? I took the The Air ePUB ✓ first picture just outside Kathmandu Nepal The air is thick with dust The second picture has a view of the Himalayas the mountain range including the tallest Air Around the ButterflyВъздухът около PDF/EPUB or peak in the world Air Around Us YouTube This online class is for st — rd graders From a gentle breeze to a windstorm air is always around us Join Air Around the Epub ß Naturalist Teresa Root to discover the air aro the air around | some things are just so cool the air around some things are just so cool Editorial September Любите ли вы стрит арт как люблю его я? Categories Uncategorized Inspiration September Порноблоги заменили порнофильмы и превратили утилитарный видеоряд в высокое искусство Categories Around the Air Force Air Around the ButterflyВъздухът около PDF/EPUB or Accelerate Change or Lose Today’s look Around the Air Force features a look at the Air Force Chief of Staff Gen Charles Brown Jr’s strategic approach for Air Force success focused on acceleration of change in order to remain the most dominant and respected Air Force in the News stories from the United States Air Force Academy Around the Air Force Most Influential Honors and Today’s look Around the Air Force highlights Air Force Chief of Staff Gen Charles Brown Jr’s selection to Time Magazine’s Most Influential People of and Lt Gen Richard Clark makes history as he takes command as the Air Force Academy News stories from the United States Air Around the Air Force Leaders Speak at Air Space Today’s look Around the Air Force highlights Air Force leaders speaking at the Air Force Association Virtual Air Space and Cyber Conference Hosted by Senior Airman Angelo Rosario For previous episodes click here for the Air Force TV page Related links SecAF introduces E Series classification CSAF attaches action plan to ACOL CMSAF talks culture people readiness at Air How long will the cool air stick around? A much cooler air mass will settle in over the area for the rest of the week Wednesday temps will creep back toward the the low 's but it won't last The slight temperature rebound will occur at mid week then Canadian high pressure dumps another dose of cool air down on the Tri States and that will cool us back down through the week's end There may even be a chance for some frost by late Moment girl thrown around the air like a rag doll Shocking video showed the three year old being violently tossed around in the air after the tail section of a giant kite became wrapped around her torso and took off amid strong winds Hapless bystanders could only look up and scream as the tiny child was thrown around in the air like a rag doll as the kite tail whipped about in the blustery conditions A toddler was launched into the air at a Air uality forecast Wildfire smoke to 'swirl around' The Air uality Index operates on a scale from to The higher the AI value the greater the level of air pollution and the greater the health.


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  1. Иглика Дионисиева Иглика Дионисиева says:

    Всичко започна така В разговор с Катерина Стойкова Клемър споменах че любимото ми нейно стихотворение е „Майка ми отива на война“ Тогава авторката ми изпрати файл на книгата „Въздухът около пеперудата“ в която е включено то Започнах да превъртам страниците на файла а те са много понеже книгата е билингва – стихотворенията са написани и на български и на английски език Трудно ми беше да разчитам вертикалните заглавия на циклите но прочетох бързо всичко понеже дългите стихотворения които разказват истории са увлекателни а другите минималистичните отнемат съвсем малко време Но имаше много стихове – такива които прочиташ веднъж и ги взимаш със себе си за цял живот – като „Често ми се иска“ „Време“ „Взимат приятеля ми войник“ „Молба“ „Последният пуловер“ и други с които не можех да си позволя да се гледаме само през екранаИ ето я хартиената книга която си купих след голямо ровене в една книжарница Успокоява погледа ми с благодатната за държане и галене кремавожълтеникава хартия с онази невъобразима драсканица на корицата с вертикалните заглавия на циклите които ми напомнят колони от кръстословици Сега четенето се забавя не аз го забавям – защото го преповтарям прелиствам отново и отново без да търся конкретно стихотворение или страница Чета където се отвори първо на български а след това и на английски Интересно ми е да видя как изглеждат стиховете на двата езика понякога откривам малки разлики и се опитвам да се наглася точно към конкретния смисълСтруктурно стиховете са групирани в три смислови гнезда„Майка ми отива на война“„ИС и аз се обаждаме до вкъщи“„Ябълката която искаше да стане шишарка“Стихотворенията в тях са написани с максимално опростен и разбираем език Историите които са основа на стиховете и са предпоставка за болезнени състояния ме карат да мисля че заради тях езикът е лишен от цвят и украса Има изповедност но не заради желано опрощение а защото безименната болка или това което тежи и притиска трябва да се разкаже да се прехвърли част от тежестта му ако е възможно върху листа Така може да говори един изтръпнал от загуба или силно тъгуване по нещо човек Индианците от племето Хопи имат дума за това „Сус тос“На моменти книгата ми прилича на личен дневник на изгнаник – записващ кратки моментислучки от деня защото само писането го кара да се чувства живОткривам и две стихотворения които много се родеят сякаш „предвиждат“ излязлата 2014 година книга „Как наказва Бог“ Визирам „До имигранта печащ ябълков пай“ и „Въжето заникъде“Но книгата не е само тъга В последния цикъл на стихосбирката има много лапидарни стихове в които точността и изненадата от съчетанието на думите и смислите са ключови Като ситни камъчета или стрелички изпратени към теб – и те уцелват право в десетката


  2. Brian Brian says:

    This is a magnificent gem of a book Witty delightful and surprisingly surprising poems fill each page Don't just read it savor it and you will find yourself returning to it again and again for the beauty within


  3. Drew Logan Drew Logan says:

    Excellent and Amusing Poetry Well worth the read I learned something reading it and suggest that you will too One of my favorite poets


  4. Bobbi Rightmyer Bobbi Rightmyer says:

    You can read my review here


  5. Sarah Sarah says:

    I won this book in a Good Reads contest and being a fan of eastern European literature I was very interested in reading a Bulgarian poet I found a lot of what I hoped to find in the book – short poems wit brushes with the surreal I read the collection over lunch and re read parts in the evening I found very appealing that it’s written by an ex pat who obviously suffers from the same brand of homesickness and associated alienation I do I definitely felt that connection and that understanding and reading the poem “Sus toss” it wasn’t long before I was crying in my noodles“Sus toss is a word in the Hopi language to describe the disease that people suffer when they move to live on in new lands” Sus toss is a disease that makes you not want the things you wantIt makes you not want to think about the things you want to think aboutIt makes you not want to talk to your friendsIt makes you not want to have any friendsIt is the disease of living in a walnut shelland spending all your strength to keep it closedOn the surface those first lines could be about anything yet they struck me immediately as what the poet intends – the transplant’s limbo trying to forget things you’ve always loved the turning away from what would make you happy because acknowledging it would make you happy makes you unhappy Anyway I took it very personally and there I was in the noodle shop a little less alone for a few pages “Sus toss” was the longest poem in the book The others were much shorter rarely than a page and sometimes just a few lines The book’s title for example refers to a poem called “How to Write a Poem” which simply says “Catch the air around the butterfly”The book is separated into three sections The first – “My Mother Was Going to War” – is about a mother’s death by cancer The second is about the alienation of living abroad – “et and I phone home” which includes “Sus toss” and “ET and I Phone Home” another poem directly about being disconnected from what you consider your own world It’s a humorous poem and despite ET not at all cheesy and also sad The last section is “The Apple Who Wanted to Be a Pinecone” This had some strong surreal poems My favourite was “A Dream” – At my feet – a stack of fish scalesOne by one I pick them upand glue them to my bodyI resemble a half done3 D puzzle of a fishI think I may be a troutWhy in the world are you doing this?A passerby criesI open and closeopen and closeopen and closemy mouthOf the surreal poems I also really liked “Potato” which opens the book You can watchhear the poet read it on the Good Reads page for this bookFor the reasons mentioned I’m very happy to have this book I should mention too that there were a number of poems that came off flat to me In some cases they used dead pan endings that didn’t have the right punch for me It could be a cultural thingAll the poems appear in English and Bulgarian and the publisher has produced a gorgeous book – the paper is gorgeous and textured the design and colors are gorgeous even the size is slightly different and strikes me to be exactly the right size for a book


  6. Kelly Kelly says:

    I've never liked reviewing poetry each stanza personal to both reader and writer And really it almost always comes down to perspectivethose exact words at that exact time at that exact place and filled with all the intent and emotion you lacked the ability to convey yourself With that said I did win this one from First Reads Giveaway Hospital RoomIf only these walls could talk they would say If only this nightstand could talk it would say If only this pillow could talk it would say If only this bedpan could talk it would say If only Death could talk he would say I don't kiss and tellThough upon first look Katerina Stoykova's poems can appear simplistic I ask you to look again On these pages you'll find a life exposed in bittersweet revelations overflowing with pain ecstasy suffering and contentment And done so in a sometimes witty sometimes melancholic way but always with passion and intelligence Nobody Made SoupMy father and I were drinking coffee arguingwhile Mom was coming out of surgeryYou make her soupNo you make her soupMy only complaint? The author herself didn't sign it That's okay though The author has a new book coming out and hopefully I can get her to sign that one


  7. Clark Knowles Clark Knowles says:

    Spare but full spacious but intimate expansive but tightly focused funny but full of sorrow home but away all heart and all body cloud and stone It won't take you long to read this book and then you'll want to read it again


  8. Hazel Hazel says:

    Filled my head and body with resounding verses So sad so true so beautiful


  9. Sherry Chandler Sherry Chandler says:

    My review


  10. Gretchen Gretchen says:

    This is a book of poetry Katerina uses simple clear language and images She has a breathtaking ability to use the last line to punctuate and deepen the meaning of the whole poem


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