Poem de dragoste – Of love – De l’amour – D’amore – Ljubavne pesme – Szerelmes vers – 愛の

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roumanie

Poem de dragoste

Voliera porumbeilor — ordine trupescã.
Plasele sunt deschise
și cerul e o maree —
ce lasã-n urma lui
e bunul fiecãruia în parte.

Se-așteaptâ crescătorii de porumbei —
se-aud deja pe drum
cântând noi melodii de dragoste.

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grandebretagne

Of love

Dove cotes — order of body.
The nests are loose
and the sky is a tide —
what is left behind it
is a good of everyone.

People are waiting for the dove keepers —
already they are heard singing on the way
new love melodies.

Translated into English by the author.

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france

De l’amour

Volière des pigeons – ordre corporel.
Les nasses sont ouvertes
et le ciel devient marée –
ce qui reste à sa suite
appartient à chacun.

On attend les éleveurs de pigeons-
on les entend déjà sur le chemin
chantant de nouvelles mélodies d’amour.

Translated into French by Nicole Pottier.

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italia

D’amore

La colomba si ripara – ordine del corpo.
I nidi sono sciolti
e il cielo è una marea –
ciò che viene lasciato indietro
è proprietà di ognuno.

C’è attesa per gli allevatori di colombe –
già si sentono nella strada
le loro nuove melodie d’amore.

Translated into Italian by Toni Piccini.

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serbia

Ljubavne pesme

Golubarnici – zakon tela.
Gnezda su klimava
a nebo plima –
ono što ostade za njom
pripada svima.

Oni čekaju na golubare –
putem se već čuju njihove
nove ljubavne pesme.

Translation into Serbian by Sasa Vazic.

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hungria

Szerelmes vers

A galambketrec – testek rendje.
Kinyitják az ajtót,
és az ég, akár a tenger –
minden galamb a saját tulajdonát
hagyja maga mögött.

Érkeznek a galambászok –
már hallik, ahogy útközben
új szerelmi dalokat énekelnek.

Translation into Magyar by Péter Demény.

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JAPON

愛の

鳩小屋―からだの摂理
巣はゆるゆるで
空は流れている―
その裏にあるものは
みなの所有物

鳩飼いのため待っている―
すでに聞こえている
新しい愛の旋律が

Japanese translation by Mariko Sumikura.

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