Monthly Archives: March 2014

the blue birds

the traveler’s dialogue with the windmills and—————————————————- the blue birds —————– poem by Paul Vinicius  translated from Romanian  by Claudia Moscovici   nobody asks you where you come from nobody asks you where you’re going   in spite of that … Continue reading

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one of those days

one of those days by Paul Vinicius translated by Claudia Moscovici one of those days ————————— with an inverted sun that you don’t even get to see yet it outlines leaves and trees on the wall of a gilded building … Continue reading

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and still brancusi

and still brancusi ————————— removed archimedes ————————– from the bathtub ————————– … dedicated to salvador dali poem by Paul Vinicius translated from Romanian by Claudia Moscovici  sometimes my love I gaze at you as at a physical body (solid) immersed … Continue reading

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sometimes

sometimes by Paul Vinicius translated from Romanian by Claudia Moscovici when I speak to myself it’s as if I were speaking to the walls oh God give me the wits to understand in what language I should speak to myself … Continue reading

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