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27 Apr




Dr Fabrizio Frosini


Dr Fabrizio Frosini is an Italian doctor in Medicine and a specialist in Neurosurgery. Born in Tuscany in 1953, Dr Fab currently lives in the vicinity of Florence, near Vinci, the hometown of Leonardo da Vinci. The geographic proximities apart, Dr Fabrizio Frosini harbours an ancient passion for poetry in his bosom. Armed with a mindscape and a landscape saturated with arts and literature, he has authored about 1500 poems spread across 13 volumes. The poem “Beyond” belongs to the anthology The Chinese Gardens – English Poems (Amazon, 2015). It yokes the past and the present with love and dream to produce a lingering poetic effect akin to musical and mystical experiences.


Go beyond the past.

Go beyond the present.


Will you love me when night

Falls and nordic winds blow

All those drunken eyes out?


When those cleansed people

Wandering through other times

And places, look around aimlessly

In search of some remains of

What was once their soul —

And we too, among them?


Will you love me when the house

We can't find anymore, quietly sink

In other people’s world?



Our hearts won't heal in small dreams.

Regretfully, we can't help but go on.

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