Tag Archives: Polish poet

On Angels


All was taken away from you: white dresses, wings, even existence. Yet I believe you, messengers. There, where the world is turned inside out, a heavy fabric embroidered with stars and beasts, you stroll, inspecting the trustworthy seems. Short is … Continue reading

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Miracle Fair


Commonplace miracle: that so many commonplace miracles happen. An ordinary miracle: in the dead of night the barking of invisible dogs. One miracle out of many: a small, airy cloud yet it can block a large and heavy moon. Several … Continue reading

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All Saints’ Day


Let Us Hurry Let us love people now they leave us so fast the shoes remain empty and the phone rings on what’s unimportant drags on like a cow the meaningful sudden takes us by surprise the silence that follows … Continue reading

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