A quote from the talmud

A quote from the talmud

Teach your tongue to speak: I don't know, teach eyes
not to look, ears not to listen, you will dine with
pleasure, in the field, your quiet home, and at daybreak
you will be carefree, with a whistle that confuses

birds. Minutes pass. You heard nothing.
You do not know. Days, months, years pass.
Everything passes. You saw nothing, remember.
Nobody visits you, nobody addresses you

for anything. Your tongue is mirrored in a chasm,
mute, forgotten. Teach, I tell you, your tongue to
speak: I don't know. It will bring you peace and
present you with infinite joys. You don't know.
                                      You'd better

think things over! I don't know. How many are they?
I don't know! You show spite, don't you? I don't know.
Who are they? What did they want? I don't know.
You will know, you will! Who pays you? Tell it!
                    I don't know. When did they come?

I don't know. Be cooperative, it will be better, upon
my word! I don't know. Listen, I am losing patience.
I don't Know. Do you know who we are! I don't know.
Well, now we will teach you a lesson, and you will
                                                         know and remember!





Шака мрака

Мастило је горко / ink is bitter

Књига промена

У дом за старе стигао је комунизам

Писма осамљеника

Глумци одлазе, сире

Бенгалска ватра глуме

Смрт је ловац самотан

Мачје, мишје и друге

Мирна кућа

Мефистов вез

С љубечитим штовањем

Вечерња благост

Тамни вилајет


Кад те заболи душа

Мали знаци неверства

Човек против себе

Хелена спава с мишицом под главом

Књига постања