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Grzegorz Wróblewski

Grzegorz was born in 1962 in Gdansk and grew up in Warsaw, Poland. Since 1985 lives in Copenhagen. He has published seven volumes of poetry and a collection of short prose pieces in Poland, three books of poetry, a book of poetic prose and an experimental novel (translations) in Denmark, and selected poems in Bosnia-Herzegovina (Mostar 2002). He has also published a selection of plays. His work has been translated into five languages and include: Selected poems Our Flying Objects (Equipage, Cambridge UK 2007), .


  Old González, who feeds on grass
  and collects fag-ends under the tables.
  They say, that he once ate tortoise
  to become immune from the coming
  epidemic. (Americans throw him lettuce
  leafs now!) Since that time tortoise have
  never left him. González crawls on the ground
  in silence. Filthy and popular as no other
  tortoise in the vicinity.

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