Twice Born, Margaret Mazzantini
Margaret Mazzantini

Twice Born

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“A good poet leaves you hungry for love.”
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The scars seemed worse than the wounds.
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The scars seemed worse than the wounds.
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The old woman who looks like a witch and sells flowers in the Markale Market doesn’t have real flowers to sell any more, so she’s created these little ones from pieces of paper that she curls up and colors. They’re beautiful and sad.
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“There’s always an otherwise.”
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our breath stuck in our throats
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Then I realize that she doesn’t have any eyebrows, not a single hair, just a bony puffiness. She looks like an unfinished painting.
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Learn what you enjoy learning, Gemma.
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I may not believe in You, but You may be big enough to believe in me.
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was easier to run from the bombs beforehand than to walk on the ruins later.”
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doesn’t want to say more. “Like everyone.”
“Were you a soldier?”
“No, a poet.”
Pietro is disappointed. Poets, in his mind, are an order of pathetic cripples steeped in misfortune, responsible for poisoning the lives of millions of normal, carefree kids.
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Were you in the war?”
Gojko nods, lights a cigarette and lowers his voice. Maybe he
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