poems by Eliza Segiet
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Eliza Segiet  graduated with a Master's Degree in Philosophy, completed postgraduate studies in Cultural Knowledge, Philosophy, Arts and Literature at Jagiellonian University.Author’s poem Questions won the title of the International Publication of the Year (2017) in Spillwords Press. Author's poem Sea of Mists won the title of the International Publication of the Year (2018) in Spillwords Press.

Author's works can be found in anthologies and literary magazines worldwide.

Translated by Artur Komoter

 

Inclusion

 

From the orchestra of sensations

only moments are stopped in time.

They remain,

they last like an inclusion hidden in amber.

The past veiled by the memory

of stone nature.

 

My mind are the corals of the past,

monads of memories

immersed in a whirl of madness.

The corals of the future crystallize

into indeterminacy.

Fortune will materialize tomorrow.

 


 

Just for a Moment

 

If the world stopped for a moment,

I could sit,

listen to the silence that becomes,

watch how

a river stops flowing,

how the trees congeal into motionlessness.

 

If the world stopped for a moment,

and I with it?

I would not see

flowering meadows,

where a river becomes just a line,

and the still trees

look like sculptures,

I would not hear the ubiquitous silence.

 

If the world stopped

even for one day

then people –

could not hurt people.

 


 

Jokester

 

We frolic with death,

every day we joke about life.

And it slips by.

Every day we get closer

to no longer being human,

instead to being

only a body

and a memory

in the minds of the Jokesters.

 


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