Equestrienne Dances

eBook (PDF), 156 Pages
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Equestrienne Dances is a beautiful recording of the passionate worlds of Francoise Bennett. Whether she is writing about the supernatural, intimacy, grief, scenes of London or Paris, or about a gallery of extraordinary people, Francoise's poetry is compellingly readable and will remain with you forever.
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  • By Steven Moon
    Apr 4, 2012
    I love the work of Francoise Bennett! To me her words are not just words. They grab me. They pick me up and place me into the scene described and force me to be involved, to be be changed. Thanks Francoise!!
  • By mark fogarty
    Oct 15, 2009
    "Francoise on Sylvia" Echoes Of Sylvia It was when I heard you read ''Daddy'' on the radio, It was amazing Amazing. And I pulled my Sylvia books off the shelf, Just two slim volumes, Ariel and Winter Trees, And I know how difficult her life had been. But that reading was a revelation, A revelation. Her work so raw yet refined, The tulips were always going to be too excitable anyway. And the voices for Three Women breaks me, Breaks me. I have to avoid it Though I want to read it, Therein is the very essence of female suffering. And I heard only two weeks ago that her one remaining son Had committed suicide, Just a small paragraph in a newspaper Giving them reason to rehash the details Of her extraordinary life And death. And she was a vessel waving goodbye . . . . Goodbye . . . . How could she? A writer like that makes you want to throw away your pen Because she wrote as an art form, Not just scribbled emotions on a piece of paper, Though she would probably say it was... More > scribbled. . . . . And the tulips were too excitable Because they had judging eyes Which turned to her Making it difficult for her to sleep at night, Their redness spoke to her wound. They were symbols of freedom, Freedom, While she was trying to submit to the hospital life. Sylvia will go on and on Like an echo, An echo. My heroines have always been Emily Bronte and Violette Leduc But Sylvia will echo, Echo, In my heart. Written by Francoise Bennett Copyright 2009< Less
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