Author

Lito Seizani - page 3

Lito Seizani has 42 articles published.

Avatar
Lito Seizani contributes giving personal insights into being an “every-day tourist.”

Hadrian: love, life, regrets of an emperor

in History/Literature
Moon over Rome.
Moon over Rome.

“Wise, modest, educated, intelligent, brave, full of virtues that almost make him a divinity for his own subjects, seems to the reader this Hadrian. At the same time, he is a man who commits crimes and falls in love as only mortals can.”

Keep Reading

“Do good and throw it in the sea”

in Philosophies/Society
Vessel sailing on the sea in Greece. (Photo: public domain)
Vessel sailing on the sea in Greece. (Photo: public domain)

Of (Greek) proverbs, clarity and wisdom. What is your favorite proverb in your mother tongue? What has it taught you?

Keep Reading

Poem: “The ideal bench” as metaphor

in Philosophies/Poetry
"The ideal bench." (Photo: Lito Seizani)
"The ideal bench." (Photo: Lito Seizani)

What’s your “ideal bench”?

Keep Reading

Roll East: within the wheel of one year

in Philosophies/Travel
An artist decided to go on a yearlong pilgrimage to his homeland of Iran by rolling a gymnastics wheel, encountering much solidarity along the way. (Photo: public domain)
An artist decided to go on a yearlong pilgrimage to his homeland of Iran by rolling a gymnastics wheel, encountering much solidarity along the way. (Photo: public domain)

Rolling a gymnastics wheel, which he uses for his performances, Sadatolhosseini traveled on foot from Aachen (Germany) to Tehran (Iran), asking strangers for a place to spend the night. Most people were ready to oblige.

Keep Reading

“Guiding Proust through my childhood”

in Poetry
My poem is inspired by French novelist Marcel Proust and my childhood in Greece. (Photo: public domain)
Public domain image

So Proust takes me into his crystal ball of the past / Or is it a magnifying glass?

Keep Reading

Will the real Canaletto please stand up?

in Arts/Travel
Giovanni Antonio Canal, known as Canaletto, was active in the 18th century. (Photo: public domain)
Giovanni Antonio Canal, known as Canaletto, was active in the 18th century. (Photo: public domain)

Trivia question: What’s the connection between two Canalettos, Venice and the town of Pirna near Dresden?

Keep Reading

Go to Top