Комарци у граду - Mosquitoes in the City
Predrag Pešić Sera (1956) was born in Trpeza near Kosovska Vitina, Kosovo and Metohija, Serbjia. He lives as a displaced person in Smederevo.
His works have been translated into English, Japanese, Russian, Greek, Hebrew, German and Slovenian.
He published a book of contemporary poetry "A butterfly on the stone", 2000. Later, a few bilingual (Serbian - English) books followed : Sun leaves (2001), Branches full of stars (2009), Water dragon (2011) and Leafless shadows (2012). He won numerous international awards and his works have been published in many international anthologies.
Hot coffee - the odor of flowers in a vase
Silence... Boatmen went with the north wind.
Picket flowers - the girl's t-shirt got wet.
Drizzling rain ... canceling the fishing plan over a cell phone.
Last night snow... love traces sown by cats.
A strok's nest on the top of million-dollars building.
Rising dust - young pheasants rushed somewhere.
By the tomb... gravediggers dug a grave for another person.
Shining drops on the sprayed grapevine -- poisonous smell.
Gunshot... crows fly away from the village houses. We welcome the first raindrops in silence.
Black bugs killed on the road - sunny rain.
I opened the can ... sardines swimming in the oil.
Revue par Serge Tomé, 2017
Комарци у граду - Mosquitoes in the city.
Editions Dejan Bogojevic,
96 pages, format 20,5x13,5cm
Traduction de Saša Važić