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After Goya

This small collection of poems, inspired by Goya’s horrific drawings The Disasters of War,attempts to capture in verse what the master painter was able to accomplish with pen & ink. The drawings are grotesque – as is the state of war – as is the language & settings of these poems.

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Selected Poems


The Disasters of War Page 7
The Disasters of War Page 11
The Disasters of War Page 13




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