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Sunday, July 19, 2009

Partisan Cemetery

A tired-out old woman

hides from the heat in the

shade of a partisan cemetery.

Only the cemetery in question

is not a real cemetery.

The sole purpose of this place

is one of courage and memory. But it looks like

a real cemetery, the way they do it

in America. She walks

between slabs on the ground,

with names,

different and strange names,

and yet strangely familiar,

lying there alone on the ground.

Like in America.


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