FISH

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Someone (but who?)

shakes up the jar like Poseidon

Toying with waves and fish

Us, that is,

Who are plunged in the pliant core of happenings

The rolling body of water carries us

Oblivious to our quarrels and disputes

Frolics or even litigiousness

It carries us wherever it wants

About the Author
Jacek Dziubiński

Jacek Dziubiński

Jacek Dziubiński is educated in philosophy, a writer, poet, translator, painter and book designer. He loves the mountains, the sea and solitude. Jacek’s website. Other LEVEKUNST articles by the same author.

Translated by Miron Rusek
Photo by Jacek Dziubiński

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