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Blesok no. 77-79March-August, 2011
Poetry

An Unwritten Poem

From "Ненапишана песна / Nenapisana pjesma / An Unwritten Poem", Blesok, 2011.


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Josip Osti

There Are Some Ordinary Lives, but All Loves Are Extraordinary
Some Poets Write As They Live
Tonight, My Love, Fire Walks Through the City
An Unwritten Poem
Question Mark
The Invisible, My Love, Overflows with Meaning
We Have Nothing Left, My Love, Except Love
When You Are Not With Me in Tomai
The Window Was Blind
It Happened In Broad Daylight

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Some Poets Write As They Live

Some poets write as they live, whereas others
live as they write. I live as I write and write as I live.
Every one of my poems is a safeguard.
With them I ward off the evil spirits around me
and exorcise my own demons.


Translated by Mia Dintinjana


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