The Great Path* by Susanna Peremartoni

Bee hotel yawning

between the holes

glancing at open fields

north wind blows snow

eating our frozen fingers

They’ll warm up by the nightfall

a Chinook greets

beyond the great river

We speed up our steps

under the hangover red clouds

the summer is preening

I could hear it in the wind

and the bees move into their new home

my grandfather smiles beyond the clouds

* One of Canada’s many miles of footpaths


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She currently lives in Budapest. She wrote her first poems at the age of 16. At the age of 23, she lived and worked in Germany as a ceramic assistant. Exhibited in Helsinki, Vienna. Her first volume was published in 2016, followed by four more volumes of poetry. In 2018, she was the producer of a jazz poetry CD release. The English version is also available in Vancouver, Canada and Reykjavik, Iceland.

She has been listed in the USA as a next-generation beat poet since September 2020.

Her own CD was released in February 2021 in memory of Australian poetess Judith Wright. Poems with a didgeridoo accompaniment.

She also had two photo exhibitions in 2020 and 2021 in Budapest.

See also  Gold Pours by Aurore Gatwenzi
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Réka Fabényi
Réka Fabényi
March 9, 2021 09:15

Super! Congratulations!
Dear Suzie! I’ve read a lot of poems before and l really liked them all!
Whit love:
Réka

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