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Tehran

پیله ای هنوز در کار تنیدن است! می بینی چگونه نیستی را به تارهای رنگ ناپذیر "بودن" بدل میسازد؟ ( وبگذار بگوییم که تارهای لرزان و شفاف بس چشم نواز است.) شهلا حسینی گویی هر بار با خیره شدن در غمزه پیله ای، صدای برهم خوردن بال پرنده ای ، گذر پروانه، توان جمع کردن تکه پاره هایش را می یابد. توان برخواستن و دوباره به را افتادن را.

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