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Calendar of an Invisible April
"Calendar of an Invisible April"
Translation from Greek: Marios Dikaiakos


"The wind was wistling continuously, it was
getting darker, and that distant voice was
incessantly reaching my ears : "an entire life".
.
.

"an entire life".
.
.

On the opposite wall, the shadows of the
trees were playing cinema"

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"It seems that somewhere people are celebrating;
although there are no houses or human beings
I can listen to guitars and other laughters which
are not nearby

Maybe far away, within the ashes of heavens
Andromeda, the Bear, or the Virgin.
.
.


I wonder; is loneliness the same, all over the
worlds ? "

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"Almond-shaped, elongated eyes, lips; perfumes stemming
from a premature sky of great feminine delicacy
and fatal drunkeness.


I leant on my side -almost fell- onto the
hymns to the Virgin and the cold of spacious
gardens.


Prepared for the worst.
"
Written by: Odysseus Elytis