At times wind from the burning / /ould drift dark kites along/ and riders on the carousel /caught petals in midair./ That same hot wind /blew open the skirts of the girls /and the crowds were laughing /on that beautiful Warsaw Sunday.
Someone will read as moral/that the people of Rome or Warsaw /haggle, laugh, make love /as they pass by the martyrs' pyres. /Someone else will read
of the passing of things human, /of the oblivion /born before the flames have died.
Czesław Miłosz, Easter 1943
Lorenzo Masetti, 2014/4/20 - 10:34
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