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Demented poem, by Carlo Bordini.

« The world was made
in very little time,
amid great quarrels,
and only at the last
moment was it decided,
out of mistrust,
to institute death and to split up the sexes. »

Carlo Bordini

Dust, by Carlo Bordini.

« I will always be a bit less than what I am,
much less even. Dust. I have lost much.
What one has lost cannot be regained, and if one does regain it
it will by then have become scattered, no longer fit into the prearranged order
of things. »

Carlo Bordini