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Shirin Art Gallery Jun 2014 Atousa Jannesari The Fifth Evident Poem 01
Tehran

آتوسا جان نثاري

"پنجمین شعر نمایان"

در تصاویر بی شمار فصلها و سالها زندگی می کنم

در تصاویر بی شمار زندگی

در حریر شکلها و رنگها

در زیبایی حیران

در زشتی همگان

در روشنی خنک اندیشه

روشنی گرم خواسته ها

در جنگل بی هوا و مرغزار بی خیال

به سوی کوه دور که گره خورده به آسمان

در برهوت مردم سنگ سان

به زندگی،به امروز، و به فردا پاسخ می دهم

برکرانه و گستره

برعقل و جنون

بر زمینم و هر چه بر زمین است با من است

ستارگان در چشمان منند

من رازها را می آفرینم

چندان که زمین را بسنده باشد

برگرفته از کتاب تنهایی جهان- پل الوار

Atousa Jannesari

“The Fifth Evident Poem”

I live in the numerous images of seasons and years

 In the numerous images of life

In the silk of images and colors

In the astonishing beauty

In every one’s ugliness 

In the cool brightness of the mind

The warm brightness of desires

In the airless forest and carefree prairie

Towards the distant mountain entangled to the sky

In the wilderness of petrified people

I respond to life, today and tomorrow 

On the bank and expanse

On the intellect and madness

I am on earth and whatever is on it, belongs to me

The stars are in my eyes

I create the secrets

To the extent that suffices the earth

 Adapted from “The World’s Loneliness”

 Paul Eluard

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