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The itinerary north-east
Is immune through the Balkan's Segment

In the high shadow rotors

Tied names in your face
They are errors that accidentally swallow

You have a name

You have a gate
You have a birth
Together with tulips



Didn't recognize you
Even when you were laying down naked
You did not need an umbrella
Even though the rain was dripping
A mosquito bite was swollen
After death

A microscopic lab is in strike
In the middle of a day

And lightnings without interruption were hitting
Surprisingly a rose survived death

Strike was not interrupted
Only the clock. 


Arsim Halili, Prishtina, Kosovo

Translator (from Albanian): Peter M. Tase, Milwaukee, Wisconsin





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