Eternity Taking Its Time

By Michel Pleau
Translated by Howard Scott

Eternity Taking Its Time
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In this poetry collection, Michel Pleau uses simple, moving images that go straight to the heart. He shapes words like a sculptor, with painstaking care, to give us moments of pure beauty and flashes of luminous landscape. He evokes the nostalgia of childhood in language as ... Read more


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In this poetry collection, Michel Pleau uses simple, moving images that go straight to the heart. He shapes words like a sculptor, with painstaking care, to give us moments of pure beauty and flashes of luminous landscape. He evokes the nostalgia of childhood in language as refreshing and bracing as the wind. With this book, Michel Pleau invites us to a celebration of the marvellous. In a collection brushed with nostalgia, he gently awakens us to the simple gestures of childhood. Attentive to his worlds, he invites us to go back to the essentials, to natural elements, innocence and light, in order to magnify the beauty of the universe.

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