The Monday Poem: Georgia by Philippe Soupault

2 thoughts on “The Monday Poem: Georgia by Philippe Soupault”

  1. André Breton recognized that the most beautiful passages from “The Magnetic Fields” (the first surrealistic book, by Breton and Soupault, 1920) had been written by Philippe Soupault. This one also wrote many wonderful poems : “Westwego” (1922), “Georgia”, “The swimmer”, “Tears of sun”, “The blood of the sky” (1926)…Philippe Soupault is a very underrated poet and is really worth discovering.

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