Never trust a poet who can’t use his swears properly. In poetry, never argue with your ex-lovers. The poem is a universal message of the exquisite selection of the separation of the vanity. The true poet is capable to put the whole universe in his poem or sometimes even in just one single verse. TheContinue reading ““The Pigs Have Flown, now what?”, Leila Samarrai, 2014”
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Never trust a poet who can’t use his swears properly. In poetry, never argue with your ex lovers! Leila Samarrai Green, “The Pigs Have Flown, Now What”?, 2014
Thank God I’m an atheist. Dante, Hell is in the wrong direction. Peace in the heart is the salvation from demons. I am buying love. VAT excluded. All I need in life are love, prayers and financial support. Give me the truth and beauty! I will ruin them all. Beautiful women are walking through theContinue reading “Thank God I’m an atheist. “The Pigs Have Flown, Now What?”, 2014″
“The pigs have flown. Now what?” (The serbian equivalent for this proverb is: “When willows bear grapes”.) “A tip for a writer during the creation of a masterpiece: Turn your brain off and write”. “Wherever you find yourself in Serbia, you always will be on the crime scene.” “So difficult to know with who to begin. – saidContinue reading ““The pigs have flown. Now what?”, Leila Samarrai “Aphorisms and Maxims””