Poetry, Texas

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2012051420130506Poetry expresses the universal, and history only the particular - Aristotle, Poetics|Poetry, Texas, is a radio documentary by Pejk Malinovski. It's about Poetry. What is Poetry?|"Haaard work." According to Rick Rice. He lives alone in a trailer with his dog, in the small Texan town of that name. "It's a lot of haaard working people. You can see that just driving up and down the road. The bales of hay sitting there. The cattle. It's just a lot of hard working people, trying to make an honest dime."|Malinovski, a third generation Danish poet, came across Poetry on Google and decided to venture out there to find the poetry of Poetry.|Poetry is not really a town, it's a bunch of houses along a road with a gas station in the middle, three churches and a school. And a Taxidermist.|"It's hard to know where poetry starts and where poetry stops now, back in the day it was well defined." Says Rick Salisbury of Poetry Taxidermy|Pejk Malinovski takes the listeners gently and humorously by the hand and shows them a fresh way to look at Poetry. Free from dusty books and literary experts, free even from poets. But full of life.|Produced by Pejk Malinovski|A Falling Tree Production for BBC Radio 4.
20120514Poetry expresses the universal, and history only the particular - Aristotle, Poetics|Poetry, Texas, is a radio documentary by Pejk Malinovski. It's about Poetry. What is Poetry?|"Haaard work." According to Rick Rice. He lives alone in a trailer with his dog, in the small Texan town of that name. "It's a lot of haaard working people. You can see that just driving up and down the road. The bales of hay sitting there. The cattle. It's just a lot of hard working people, trying to make an honest dime."|Malinovski, a third generation Danish poet, came across Poetry on Google and decided to venture out there to find the poetry of Poetry.|Poetry is not really a town, it's a bunch of houses along a road with a gas station in the middle, three churches and a school. And a Taxidermist.|"It's hard to know where poetry starts and where poetry stops now, back in the day it was well defined." Says Rick Salisbury of Poetry Taxidermy|Pejk Malinovski takes the listeners gently and humorously by the hand and shows them a fresh way to look at Poetry. Free from dusty books and literary experts, free even from poets. But full of life.|Produced by Pejk Malinovski|A Falling Tree Production for BBC Radio 4.