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June 1, 2006... In front of the school there is a tank. The tank stands for battles the partisans fought here. In my room there is a sink with running water. I open the tap and out runs bread. Comrade headmaster and I have known each other since high school. We are polite and tactful with each...
June 1, 2006... At the ebb footprints are blue. I want to go into the whirlpool. Send me what you've written. Mes poemes sont des genitaux. TRANSLATED BY PHILLIS LEVIN AND THE AUTHOR
June 1, 2006... You're a child who cried too much, tired himself out too much. You tried everything. You dribbled hearts. You grew as the light and the head grew. You fought like a lion. Don't allow yourself to glow too much. The teeth chatter. The tonus drops, the light goes out, the north wind...
I Dwell Silently.(Poem)
June 1, 2006... It's all about the contest. The world started to fan itself. Dominos were reshaped into sleeves. Black closets and white dots lie in the corners. You truly see the magnificent little onion, the murderer's head, only when the bird's beak scratches the chest. It's a ladybug and a...
June 1, 2006... It has been fifteen years since the first issue of Harvard Review was published. Fifteen years is not a long time in the life of a literary journal. The Paris Review was founded in 1953, the Georgia Review in 1947, the Kenyon Review in 1939, and the Yale Review, which describes itself as...