Category Archives: Sorin Hagianu

The illusion that I belong to me

The illusion that I belong to me by Sorin Hagianu translated by Claudia Moscovici I don’t belong to me The way the trees don’t belong to themselves The way the wind whistles through them like a sigh The way flowers … Continue reading

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The Dance of Leaves by Sorin Hagianu

The Dance of Leaves by Sorin Hagianu (translated into English by Claudia Moscovici)   The eccentric, dancing wind Takes, one by one, the trees for a dance. I watch the waltz of lively leaves With the envy of a spectator … Continue reading

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