“Call Me by your Name”, the Sea and the Axe

“When one has once had the good luck to love intensely, life is spent in trying to recapture that ardor and that illumination. Forsaking beauty and the sensual happiness attached to it, exclusively serving misfortune, calls for a nobility I lack. But, after all, nothing is true that forces one to exclude. Isolated beauty ends up simpering; solitary justice ends up oppressing. Whoever aims to … Continue reading “Call Me by your Name”, the Sea and the Axe


The sunlight strikes my face I take only one moment to prepare my eyes for the forceful entrance of the light where there was darkness The light unsympathetically waits to make its way into my body as it must Silently wailing I slide out Our beginnings like babies we learn we learn languages and landscapes we find a way when the dark approaches our eyes … Continue reading Beginnings