Fereastră spre sat – Window to the village – Fenêtre sur le village

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Despre natura sufletului

roumanie

Fereastră spre sat

Un iepure de câmp şi-a pus labele pe lună –
pete rarefiate ca valurile de pânză
pe tejgheaua negustorului.
Tocite, îndemnate pentru a fi alese
se lasă pipăite.

Lacomă, faţa atinge apa.

În urma soarelui sătenii dezgroapă
ultimele cuiburi de cartofi.
Se văd prin fereastră, înotând în pământ –
rândunici cu pete roşii.
Aburul din ochii lor se obţine uşor –

corpuri subtile hrănind retorta
pentru cea mai simplă recoltă.

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grandebretagne

Window to the village

A hare set its pawprints on the moon –
thin air fields like the waves of cloth
on the counter of the merchant

Rarefying, counseled to be chosen
they let themselves to be felt.

Avid, the face touches the water.

Behind the sun the villagers dig out
the last batata holes.
They are seen through the window
swimming in the earth –
swallows with a red spot.
The ether from their eyes
is so easy to get.

subtle bodies nourishing the earth
for the simplest harvest.

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france

Fenêtre sur le village

Un lièvre a posé ses empreintes sur la lune –
rares taches comme des rouleaux de tissus
à l’étalage du marchand.
Usés, incités pour être choisis,
ils se laissent palper.

Avide, le visage touche l’eau.

En suivant le soleil, les villageois déterrent
les dernières buttes de pommes de terre.
On voit par la fenêtre, nageant dans la terre –
des hirondelles aux taches rouges.
La buée de leurs yeux s’obtient aisément –

corps subtils nourrissant la terre
pour la plus simple récolte.

Traduction : Nicole Pottier

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