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Anke Senden: here

This week's Friday Verses are written by Anke Senden. We translated her poem ‘here’.

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Anne van Winkelhof: Growl

This week's Friday Verses are written by Anne van Winkelhof. We translated her poem ‘Growl’.

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David Troch: this land

This week's Friday Verses are written by the former city poet of Ghent, David Troch. We translated his poem ‘this land’.

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Elma van Haren: 0.00/2000

Every day of the 2020 Poetry Week we present a Dutch children's poem in English translation. Today: 0.00/2000 by Elma van Haren.

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Esther Jansma: Invasion

This week's Friday Verses are written by Esther Jansma. We translated her poem ‘Invasion’.

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Hans Depelchin: wind egg

This week's Friday Verses are written by Hans Depelchin. We translated his poem ‘wind egg’.

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Hans Dorrestijn: Brussels-North

Every day of the 2020 Poetry Week we present a Dutch children's poem in English translation. Today: Brussels-North by Hans Dorrestijn.

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Ingmar Heytze: For the Beloved Stranger

This week's Friday Verses are written by Ingmar Heytze. We translated his poem 'For the Beloved Stranger' from the volume 'Het ging over rozen' (Podium, 2002).

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Kevin Amse: I Need Help

This week's Friday Verses are written by Kevin Amse. We translated his poem ‘I Need Help’.

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Lidy Peters: Dream

Every day of the 2020 Poetry Week we present a Dutch children's poem in English translation. Today: Dream by Lidy Peters.

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Lieke Marsman: Big Bang

This week's Friday Verses are written by Lieke Marsman. We translated her poem 'Big Bang' from her debut 'Wat ik mijzelf graag voorhoud' (Van Oorschot, 2010).

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Maarten Buser: Outline

This week's Friday Verses are written by Maarten Buser. We translated his poem ‘Outline’.

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Mattijs Deraedt: Brussels

This week's Friday Verses are written by Mattijs Deraedt. We translated his poem 'Brussels'.

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Max Greyson: Relativity

This week's Friday Verses are written by the Antwerp poet, theater writer and spoken word performer, Max Greyson. We translated his poem ‘Relativity’.

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Meliza de Vries: Grown-Up

This week's Friday Verses are written by Meliza de Vries. We translated her poem ‘Grown-Up’.

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Mustafa Stitou: Palpitations

This week's Friday Verses are written by Mustafa Stitou. We translated his poem 'Palpitations' from the volume 'Mijn gedichten' (Vassallucci, 1998).

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Obe Alkema: Festoon of Fruits and Flowers

Obe Alkema gives the floor to a festoon of fruits and flowers: ‘We’re fruit, flora, authentic. We want to be seen the way Yotam Ottolenghi sees us.’

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Rand Helawi: Empty Room

This week's Friday Verses are written by Rand Helawi. We translated her poem ‘Empty Room’.

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Rudy Kousbroek: Gifts

Every day of the 2020 Poetry Week we present a Dutch children's poem in English translation. Today: Gifts by Rudy Kousbroek.

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Sara Eelen: Genesis

This week's Friday Verses are written by Sara Eelen. We translated her poem ‘Genesis’.

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The Schoolmaster: The Ape

This week's Friday Verses are written by Gerrit van de Linde aka the Schoolmaster. We selected his poem ‘The Ape’.

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Tijl Nuyts: Musti

This week's Friday Verses are written by Tijl Nuyts. We translated his poem ‘Musti’.

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Tjitske Jansen: The Snow Queen

This week's Friday Verses are written by Tjitske Jansen. We translated her poem 'The Snow Queen' from her debut 'Het moest maar eens gaan sneeuwen' (Podium, 2003).

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Toon Tellegen: An Apple

Every day of the 2020 Poetry Week we present a Dutch children's poem in English translation. Today: An Apple by Toon Tellegen.

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Tsead Bruinja: Burning House

This week's Friday Verses are written by Tsead Bruinja, the new Poet Laureate of the Netherlands. We translated his poem 'Burning House' from the volume 'De geboorte van het zwarte paard' (Cossee, 2008).

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Ulrike Burki: Berlin

This week's Friday Verses are written by Ulrike Burki. We translated her poem ‘Berlin’.

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Yannick Dangre: Dante

This week's Friday Verses are written by Yannick Dangre. We translated his poem ‘Dante I’.

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