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Night and Death

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"Night and Death" by Joseph Blanco White is a haunting and introspective collection of poetry that delves into themes of mortality, loss, and the passage of time. White's poignant reflections on the human experience are both philosophical and deeply emotional, resonating with readers on a profound level.

The poems in this book are beautifully crafted, with a lyrical quality that captures the essence of life's transience and fragility. White's language is evocative and powerful, drawing the reader into his contemplation of existence and the inevitability of death.

Throughout the collection, White grapples with the mysteries of life and death, exploring the ways in which humans navigate the darkness of the unknown. His poems are filled with a sense of longing and yearning, as well as a profound sense of acceptance and resignation.

Overall, "Night and Death" is a thought-provoking and deeply moving work that will linger in the reader's mind long after the final page is turned. White's poetic exploration of life, death, and the human spirit is both poignant and profound, making this a must-read for anyone interested in the complexities of the human experience.

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volunteers bring you 16 recordings of Night and Death by Joseph Blanco White.
This was the Weekly Poetry project for May 16, 2021.
Joseph Blanco White was a Spanish poet, theologian and political writer and editor of Irish descent. - Summary by Newgatenovelist

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