Daily Archives: July 21, 2016

 Poem – Kosovo 

(for Jan Tuzinsky)  A paper Goethe prays in Serb for four hundred dead children In Schiller’s stone eye gleams a tear of mercury There’s a Gypsy weeping for a little Romany fairy at the bottom of the Adriatic Blood has … Continue reading

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Poem – Into The Blue

From morning we tirelessly squander ourselves into the blue, which falls short of the border between water and sky. Into the blue in which the swimming routes of fish cross with the flight lines of birds. Into the blue in … Continue reading

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Poem – I am With You

It’s completely me – height 180 centimetres, measurements 108 by 83 by 107, weight 73 kilos, five military qualifications and even more civilian, brown hair, green eyes, born on the occasion of the Hungarian Uprising, bashful and christened, married with … Continue reading

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Poem – Family Study 

Always when I think of you Dawn breaks above Buenos Aires and the Atlantic has the inexplicable color of your eyes. Exotic birds nest on out TV aerial until the announcer has a pearly hairdo and complete blonde smile. She … Continue reading

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