Unsolved Equations, poetry by Shoshana Vegh at Spillwords.com

Unsolved Equations

Unsolved Equations

written by: Shoshana Vegh

translated by: Nadavi Noked

 

I want you to cut me into little pieces,
To go diving into the depths of madness,
I will be satisfied with nothing less.

I want you to stretch my body
Like a contortionist
All the way to Alaska
I will be satisfied with nothing less.

I want you to take me
Through a thousand imaginations
To the one million dunes
To the mountains
To the seas
Take me to the dreams
To little moments of poetry,
I will be satisfied with nothing less.

Shoshana Vegh

Shoshana Vegh

I was born in Ashkelon Israel at 1957. I have a master degree in Hebrew literature. I had been teaching for 28 years at high school. I opened in 2009 my own publishing house that introduces new poets from Israel. I have been writing poetry since I was a teenager. My first novel was published when I was 40. I write mostly about love and also about loss. My older brother died while serving in the army and I am writing about getting to reach the unreachable.
Shoshana Vegh

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