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ISSN 1409-6900 | UDK 82+7     Blesok no. 76 | volume XIV | January-February, 2011



                     Peer-reviewed journal
Blesok no. 76January-February, 2011

Asphalt Dragons

From "Asphalt Dragons", Blesok, 2011.

p. 1
Ronny Someck

A Kiss
A Pirate Love Poem
Sonnet of Air Narcissus
Sun Sonnet
Summer Sonnet
Asphalt. Nostalgia poem
Blues for the Life That Was Almost Mine


A Kiss

The high heel shoes were invented by a girl
who was always kissed on her forehead.
Since then the forehead shines like a shoeshine
and the eyebrows brush does not stop shining
the eye's electricity after the bombing
on the lips' mines.
I remember the first kiss, by the lemon tree that was clean
of leaves. Someone told us that if we will rub our teeth
with a leaf the cigarette smell will be erased.
The fog had then thin fingers. The city neck
was wide, refusing strangling and the girl that I wanted
did not know that the lemon smell between teeth and tongue
was spread in the imagination on her face's salad.

Translated by
Hanni Dimitstein

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