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If you love me, do not invite me to die
Let me climb up on the window ledge
To see the moon...


Now see myself as long hanging on oak
Just in the middle of the field
With the rope around neck, night and day.
Winter, spring, people spit,
Do pee on the tree trunk and roots.
Peels, flies endlessly, hardly any innocent raven or bird
Death takes its beak.

There is nothing left in me,
Neither death is not enough for all birds.



Rexhep Shahu, Tirana, Albania


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