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Marcello Passagrilli 1944 (Terni)



From the darkness of universe
"Fiat lux" and the light appeared,
from the obscurity of my soul
your pale visage like moonlight
swept away my infinite loneliness.
A spiteful rainbow divided the beams,
the white light as composite entity
signs the abdication of a sacre unity.
My interior mirror multiplys your face
and several options fulfill the space.
Out of myths, the experience of Newton
Mocks the anger of an Hegelian thought.
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