Bard 045
Issue 45 of Bard was published in 2006, with a cover photograph by Matei Monica.



  • The last three poems are a back-and-forth sequence, with the first and third of them being addressed to the protagonist of the second, and vice versa.
  • The word bach (pronounced as in Johann Sebastian and his famous family of German composers) is not a surname, but the Welsh word meaning 'small, little'. Used after or in place of a person's name, it is a term of endearment roughly equivalent to calling someone 'dear' or 'pet', or more literally 'little one'.
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