Ivan Sokac


I do not believe in picturesque letters

on the parchment.

In counting, polling and marching.


I do not believe in mosaics and stained glass

or in various rainbows after the storm and rain.


I do not even believe in the songs of tired musicians,

in the waves on the docks

and in imaginary looks of melancholic cony-catchers.


I only believe in pore on stone,

centuries-old testimony

and forgiveness after cognition.



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Published on e-Stories.org on 10/09/2019.


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