The legacy of Argentina’s Dirty War lives on in the children of those who disappeared. We pair their portraits with the poetry of Alicia Partnoy, a survivor from that time and place.
About the Project
Poetry, David Whyte says, is language against which we have no defense. We inhabit a moment in which defended language is practically all we know, and so we are re-learning our basic human need of poetry to flourish. Many of our wise guests spontaneously bring a poem into their reflections on mystery and meaning in life. Take pleasure in this compilation of poems — from Mary Oliver to Wendell Berry, from John O’Donohue to Rumi to Pablo Neruda and many many more. Listen. Read. Watch. Enjoy.