Yotam Gingold
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translated poetry:
The trickle of clowns was noiseless.
Their eyes and noses were painted but colorless.
A fog of sadness hung in the air.
The circus was cancelled, the joy of children was, too.


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“Sit down.”

“What is it?”

“I want to talk to you.”

“About what? I’m putting up the new shelves.”

“Well stop putting up the new shelves for a goddamn minute and listen to me. I’m not pregnant anymore.”

“What?!”

“I said I’m not pregnant anymore. It’s over.”

“What do you mean, ‘It’s over’?”

“I mean we’re through. There is no more baby, and I’m leaving.”


“Sit down.”

“What is it?”

“I want to show you something.”

“What is it, honey?”

“Uncle Bear wants to play Monopoly with you.”

“Does Uncle Bear want to play in the living room on the floor?”

“That’s exactly where Uncle Bear wants to play.”


“Sit down.”

“You first.”

“We’ll sit at the same time.”

“So, you want to negotiate.”

“I don’t want to negotiate, but here we are.”

“What are you prepared to offer?”

“I’m prepared to offer no more than you will accept. It is my job to find out exactly what that is and be done here.”

“Let’s start with the refugees.”

“I can offer you nothing.”

“This isn’t going to work.”

“You’re not being very creative.”

“I can’t ‘create’ a solution with nothing.”

“Let’s move on.”

“This is pointless.”


“Sit down.”

“I was just about to leave.”

“Fine, then do that.”

“Do you mean that?”

“If you’re ready to leave, then leave.”

“I could stay a bit longer.”

“Why? Why would you?”

“I don’t know. We could talk a bit more. Or read a book together.”


“Sit down.”

“What is it?”

“Close your eyes.”

“OK, they’re closed.”

“Open your mouth.”

“This is delicious!”