Leevi Lehto (b. 1951) has published five collections of poems, Muuttunut tuuli (Changed Wind, 1967), Rakkauden puheesta (Of Speech of Love, 1969), Ihan toinen iankaikkisuus (Quite Another Eternity, 1991), Kielletyt leikit (Forbidden Games, 1994) and Ääninen (1997). He also has published the novel Janajevin unet (Yanayev’s Dreams, 1992) and worked as translator, translating John Ashbery’s Flow Chart (Vuokaavio, 1994) among others.
More information, poems, essays and interviews on Leevi lehto’s home page http://www.leevilehto.net/
But I will couple you with the spring sky.From Kielletyt leikit (Forbidden Games), 1994. Translated by Sarka Hantula.
I have eaten angel flesh, drunk the moon from the sky,
visited China in a dream and returned to the kitchen at night:
to be my own son and close the cupboard door.
- You (I)
- Books and People
- Words Come at Night
- Maybe Is Her Name
- 1. An empty screen
- 30. You, who are the walker in…
- 35. The sky’s freezing puddles
- 42. you
- 45. A sliced guitar
- 46. From the temple of pain
- 66. I turn out the lights