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Antony Kok: Trein

 

 Antony Kok: Trein (1921) 

 kemp=mag poetry magazine

© Erven Antony Kok

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Antony Kok: Nachtkroeg

 

Antony Kok

(1882-1969)

Dutch Poet

 

One of the founders of

DE STIJL (1917-1932)

 

 

 kemp=mag poetry magazine

© erven Antony Kok

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Jef van Kempen: Keesje

Jef van Kempen,

uit: Laatste bedrijf, gedichten 1966-2006

 

Keesje

Een kaft van gemarmerd papier

bewaart het geheim

van een onooglijk mens.

Dat is te zeggen:

vaak omarmd en gekoesterd

als het heertje van de straat

(heel schoon en goed van gezicht,

want daar zorgde jouw oma wel voor)

deed hij er toch nog toe.

In ieder geval even.

Maar nooit nodeloos lang

wacht de dood.

Dat was alles.

 

 

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De onvolkomenheden der volmaakte poëzie

 

de onvolkomenheden

der volmaakte

p o ë z i e

  

from: the book of invisible poetry by jef van kempen

KEMP=MAG POETRY MAGAZINE

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Messages


Holy Mother 2005

 

Messages,  from The book of invisible poetry

© jef van kempen

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Lost concepts

So far, so good (kemp=mag 2007-2008)

jef van kempen photos

fleursdumal.nl magazine

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Unter

 

 

unter

 

 

oben

 

 

 c  o n c e p t u a l   w r i t i n g

monica richter 1988

visual & concrete poetry

 kemp=mag – kempis poetry magazine

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Phrases no. 3

 

Phrases no. 3

jef van kempen
concrete & visual poetry
kempis poetry magazine

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Fata Morgana

 

 

  
 
 
Fata morgana
Museum of lost concepts
© jef van kempen
fleursdumal.nl magazine

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Phrases no. 117

 

Phrases from The book of invisible poetry

© jef van kempen

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William Shakespeare: Who will believe

 

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January 31, 2008

Who will believe my verse

in time to come

  Who will believe my verse in time to come

If it were filled with your most high deserts?

Though yet heaven knows it is but as a tomb

Which hides your life, and shows not half your parts:

If I could write the beauty of your eyes,

And in fresh numbers number all your graces,

The age to come would say, “This poet lies,

Such heavenly touches ne’er touched earthly faces.”

So should my papers, yellowed with their age,

Be scorned like old men of less truth than tongue,

And your true rights be termed a poet’s rage,

And stretchèd metre of an antique song.

But were some child of yours alive that time,

You should live twice, in it and in my rhyme.

William Shakespeare

(1564-1616)

Sonnet 17

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Jef van Kempen gedicht: Concept

Jef van Kempen,

uit: Laatste bedrijf, gedichten 1966-2006

 

Concept

Geen woord teveel

overdacht hij zijn daden,

ging stil voorbij

niet gezien en

niet gewogen.

Welk kind

werd niet verwekt

met de sombere schoonheid

van de dood voor ogen?

 

KEMP=MAG poetry magazine

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