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Daniele Giancane  

poet, academic, Italy

Storie dell'uomo interiore
(A history of the inner self), 2000
a collection of 20 poems in Italian
with English translations by Daniele Giancane.

The Tomb of Bahá'u'lláh

The tongue
its silence
about what
the eye saw
the ears heard
and what
caused the heart to tremble
over there
in the paradise of Bahji

Translation from the Italian by Karin Mennone
and Alessandra Lanfranconi with Roger White.

BAFA newsletter, January 1991, page 4.

Daniele teaches literature at the University of Bari and has been a Bahá´í since 1978. She edited "Opinioni bahá´í" for ten years and her collection of poems in Italian and English, Storie dell'uomo interiore (A history of the inner self), was published in 2000. You can contact Daniela at:

  • Poem:The Tomb of Bahá'u'lláh, BAFA newsletter, January 1991

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