Andrzej Niewiadomski
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So far as history is concerned, there are no doubts. The gallery
of parish priests in this town is comprehensive
and all those deserving of commemoration
occupy suitable places.
There is one exception, however, namely, sleeping dogs.
They are motionless and completely oblivious
of all strangers. Neither a chisel
nor a hand patient enough to do them justice is available, and one
does not feel that the pines grow
out of shifting sands. I stayed close to you
like a dog, a French lap dog,
searching for ruins, making rushes rustle. During the night I watched
the stars and saw a standard
embroidered with a golden thread, among
the bearers a girl I once knew was wearing a sash
across her shapely breast. And a cresset. Also a slogan
entangled in fringes and folds.
“Knowledge is treasure. Like hell it is.”
Andrzej Niewiadomski
fot. R.Sz.

"Dzikie lilie", Poznań 2012
"Mapa.Prolegomena", Lublin 2012
"Kapsle i etykietki", Mikołów 2013
"Pan Optico. Wiersze trzech sezonów", Wrocław 2014

Ukazał się tom poetycki "Dzikie lilie" (Wydawnictwo WBPiCAK, Poznań 2012).
Ukazał się esej "Mapa.Prolegomena" (Ośrodek "Brama Grodzka-Teatr NN", Lublin 2012)
Ukazał się tom poetycki "Kapsle i etykietki" (Instytut Mikołowski, Mikołów 2013)
Ukazał się tom poetycki "Pan Optico. Wiersze trzech sezonów", (Fundacja im. Tymoteusza Karpowicza, Wrocław 2014)

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