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Stars orchard

Stars orchard and other nights with bluish black hair …. on Earth poem by Paul Vinicius translated from Romanian by Claudia Moscovici   Do you know why your soul is transparent and concave for me?   So that I can … Continue reading

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the ideal cat is one that purrs at the state’s expense, by Paul Vinicius

the ideal cat is one that purrs ….. at the state’s expense …. poem by Paul Vinicius translated from Romanian by Claudia Moscovici   but here by no means will there be talk of cats but of their cunning way of … Continue reading

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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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“Poems for sick butterflies” by Lia Faur

painting by Steven Daluz “Poems for sick butterflies” by Lia Faur Editura Brumar, Timisoara, 2013, p.33 translated from Romanian by Claudia Moscovici “I step towards the glass of water Lying on the windowsill My lips bleed for no reason I’d … Continue reading

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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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Miracles Flow Naturally

Miracles Flow Naturally By Sorin Hagianu (Translated into English by Claudia Moscovici)   Do you hear how the springs embrace in the fountains, And how the sap flowing within trees Carries with it the scent of locust flowers? Do you … Continue reading

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All the cries by Radu Ulmeanu

All the cries by Radu Ulmeanu  translated by Claudia Moscovici   All the cries in the world don’t measure up to a baby fox, All the lovers in the world don’t measure up to a sparrow The entire purity of … Continue reading

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Staying Still by Radu Ulmeanu

Staying still By Radu Ulmeanu Translated by Claudia Moscovici   Staying still Is a much greater speed Than that of light   Imagine a point That moves around the circumference Of a circle So fast that It manages to arrive … Continue reading

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It so happened by Radu Ulmeanu

  It so happened by Radu Ulmeanu translated by Claudia Moscovici   It so happened that I had a conversation with destiny I set up a meeting at seven o’clock At the corner of a boulevard, so she could advise … Continue reading

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