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Creeley, Robert: A tisztességtelen postások (The Dishonest Mailmen in Hungarian)

Portre of Creeley, Robert

The Dishonest Mailmen (English)

They are taking all my letters, and they
put them into a fire.
                             I see the flames, etc.
But do not care, etc.

They burn everything I have, or what little
I have. I don’t care, etc.

The poem supreme, addressed to
emptiness - this is the courage

necessary. This is something
quite different.

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Source of the quotation

A tisztességtelen postások (Hungarian)

Elveszik minden levelemet és
Tűzre hajítják.
                     Látom a lángokat stb.
De nem érdekel stb.

Elégetik mindenemet, amim van, azt a
Keveset. Nem érdekel stb.

A végső vers címzettje az
Üresség - ez a kellő

Bátorság. Ez valami
Egészen más.

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Source of the quotationV. I.

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