A poem by Katerina Gogou. What I fear most is becoming “a poet” Locking myself in the room gazing at the sea and forgetting I fear that the stitches over my. Katerina Gogou was born in Athens on the first of June and spent the first years of her childhood in the harshest conditions of the Nazi. Katerina Gogou () was a Greek anarchist poetess who is a representative figure of the ’80s radical political and cultural scene of.
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And gogpu her blood clots and she can take no more Of her kind being sold so cheaply She dances barefoot on the tables a zeibekiko Holding in her bruised blue hands A well sharpened axe. Notify me of new posts via email.
Sign in with Facebook Other Sign in options. But a long time must have passed because my nails Have grown long and my friends are scared of me. In our corner, Lambrou Katterina and Boukouvalla, piles of eaten cats and famine corpses -they called them trash- parents and children.
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The political and economic impasse will be the same, and the hyper-real images caused by abuse of drugs in combination with alcohol, in any language, will remain enigmatic as in the poetry of Gogou.
Only a few years before, inthe right wing government had proposed a law for the displacement of homosexuals to barren island camps. Fredo Kxterina – Iran: I dream because I love.
Many of her early gobou talked about a world greek society, including the late s ideologically dominant left, ignored or wanted to ignore: To all patrol cars Attention she is armed. Two years earlier, inGogou played a central role in the big concert against police repression in Sporting, where many singers at the time took part. They brought bottles And petrol.
Proudly powered by WordPress. In our corner, Lambrou Katsoni and Boukouvalla, piles of eaten cats and famine corpses -they called them trash- parents and children. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. I reach my hands To love to solidarity To Freedom. He was still, But they had already taken the trolley-bus, and gone.
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Then he was motionless, But they were already on their way. All caused by property. But we are still there.
Its not school conscription. He has great pains behind kkaterina ears and deep in the stomach. If you have an ebook reader or a Kindle, check out our guide to using ebook readers with libcom. Never may the anarchic man find rest at my hearth, Never be it said that my thoughts are his thoughts. We fuck the whores. Up and down Patission Our life is Patission. Audible Download Audio Books.
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At the final years of the s Gogou re-engaged in cinema, this time however in radically different roles than the female stereotypes of her earlier career. They will devour each other in eternal fire to eternity.
By Gogou was deeply involved in the sprouting anarchist culture of Exarcheia where the first Athens squat appeared on Valtetsiou street in Violence is engendered by Violence.
To make life into a poem. She is believed to be wearing a red or black military woolly jumper childish pearl ribbons in her hair with her hands in the pockets of a borrowed jacket.