Wednesday, August 25, 2010

Bologna by Sigurbjorg Thrastardottir from Transcript

Bologna


The sky over Bologna
is split
by one and a half towers

the taller
I have climbed
in a heatwave
thinking of
all the suicide attempts
in the world

the short one
leans as in contrast

injuries
depend upon
which side you jump.

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