Rainer Maria Rilke

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Noun1.Rainer Maria Rilke - German poet (born in Austria) whose imagery and mystic lyricism influenced 20th-century German literature (1875-1926)
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Alli leemos lo que escribieron Ezra Pound, Charles Baudelaire, Charles Bukowsky, Cesare Pavese, Rainer Maria Rilke, Gabriela Mistral, Blanca Luz Pulido y Lichtenberg, entre otros.
Diverse works from noted poets such as Scott Cairns, Phyllis Tickle, Paul Mariani, and Rainer Maria Rilke are placed next to emerging writers of faith like William Woolfitt, whose verses about Blessed Charles Eugene de Foucauld are particularly moving.
You Must Change Your Life: The Story of Rainer Maria Rilke and Auguste Rodin
Lou attains her goal of an intellectual and free spirited life, but when she meets the young and still unknown writer Rainer Maria Rilke she falls in love, but the romance does not last and after the breakup, she has numerous affairs.
In an age dominated by PlayStations, attention deficit and instant nirvana, some elegant and enduring works of art still never cease to fill us with what Rainer Maria Rilke called "that which we could not grasp".
This book chronicles the close relationship between the poet Rainer Maria Rilke and sculptor August Rodin.
Included are vignettes of Francis of Assisi, the "Fool" who invites us into "an upside-down world governed by love"; King David, who calls us to claim our inner "Sovereign" and rule as our true self; Benedict of Nursia, the "Sage" whose wisdom reveals each moment as shimmering with sacred light; Mary, the "Mother" whose love carries us through birth and death; Dorothy Day, whose work on behalf of the outcast and poor calls us to welcome and comfort our inner "Orphan"; Rainer Maria Rilke, the poet who inspires our inner "Artist" to create beauty from all that we are given; Thomas Merton, whose seeking of God in silence and solitude helps us awaken our own inner "Monk"; and more.
Mais n'oublions pas que pour ecrire un poeme d'amour, ou tout court pour ecrire un poeme, ou meme un seul vers, selon le grand poete allemand Rainer Maria Rilke, [beaucoup moins que]il faut avoir vu beaucoup de villes, d'hommes et de choses, il faut connaitre les animaux, il faut sentir comment volent les oiseaux et savoir quel mouvement font les petites fleurs en s'ouvrant le matin[beaucoup plus grand que].
The works of Rainer Maria Rilke (1875-1926), a famous poet and novelist, have been read, discussed, and studied around the world.
And among the living, I have been inspired by Pablo Neruda, Rainer Maria Rilke, Abraham Heschel, Howard Zinn, Joel Elkes, and the Chinese teachers Tu Fu and Tung-Shan.
Of the many symbolic frameworks that Rainer Maria Rilke drew upon throughout the course of his life and work, few were as sustained and multivalent in their influence as the figure of the gaze.
Motionhouse dancers followed the young people's performance with their own outdoor show Captive and before they began, the group listened to Warwickshire's young poet laureate, Lauren Parsons, who read The Panther by Rainer Maria Rilke, which inspired Captive.