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Tempo Invisibile (Invisible Time)
G. Monte, L. Cernuda, Paul, Sigur Rós, A. Ginsberg


by Guido Monte


Multilingual Poetry



Pic: "Tempo Invisibile" - © 2008 Guido Monte - Size: 10k
Tempo Invisibile
© 2008 Guido Monte



(Swans - January 12, 2009)  

In those nosense warplanes is your evidence
if I'm an Italian schizoïde paranoïde, if a Turkish ausländer,
if an English gentleman, the same en haut des avions
militaires sans sens sont en chemin (don't ask me
the reason) so I'm discovering
that rien dehors a changé ou vraiment existé

En tus limbos mi alma quizá recuerde algo
in your limbus I don't know
if my soul remembers anything of it

elpizoménon ypòstasis
evidence of what you cannot see

kki ma nanilu adei na saman sam

today: another day another sky and no words...
are you calling me, Nothing?



Picture: Tempo Invisibile (2008), by Guido Monte.


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Published January 12, 2009