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migrations

an open window 
and a shout of girls with blossom sweet basil in the hair 
over 
the salmonoids rummage 
the depth of the rivers 
the springs want to find 
to lay the spawn 
  
  
in the darkness of an idea 
a snake left a precious stone on the roadmargin 
from now on the vineyards are blessed 
a corypheus with a must jug 
p*ss waiting for us at the gate 
  
2 
  
Badea Cartan is older and older 
the way to Rome 
cannot go 
in the graveyard 
stopped to read a book 
p*ss blowing slowly over 
yellowed leaves 
stuck on autumnal words 
  
  
3 
  
they are scattered in a cornflower bed 
warm love poems 
a laios 
the oracle listening 
while  
the sun sparkling 
touched by the steamy ringlets 
forming a cross 
  
4 
  
this year too 
for God’s sake 
we are healthy and can see grapes on the table 
  
little November 
cheerful 
with a bunch of cockscomb 
knocks at the gate 
  
children’s large eyes 
have a taste for the delicious apple and quince cakes 
  
golden leaves on the margins 
embroidered curtains with chrysanthemums at the windows 
  
Capsa brothers 
hurry up to serve general Joffre 
a little chocolate top hat 
  
5 
  
under the eaves 
nostalgia still nestling 
a long way through the desert have to fly the swallows 
to the evening service 
the woodpeckers call us 
on a path that leads to the mountain top 
the moon 
strolling 
has at the breast 
black currants and bilberries. 



( translated by Margareta Mioc)

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