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JUHANI AHVENJÄRVI

CLAES ANDERSSON

TUA FORSSTRÖM

RIINA KATAJAVUORI

JYRKI KIISKINEN

TOMI KONTIO

JUKKA KOSKELAINEN

LAURI OTONKOSKI

MARKKU PAASONEN

HELENA SINERVO

EIRA STENBERG

MERJA VIROLAINEN

LAURI OTONKOSKI (b. 1959) has worked on many fields of culture: he is poet, musician, essayist and music critic. He has published seven collections of poems, a children’s book and essays. In his poems the observation is the subject. The world flows through senses and consciousness. The singular observation gets seasoned by irony. Otonkoski was awarded Nuori Suomi (Young Finland) Prize for literature in 1995, Yleisradio’s (the equivalent of the BBC) Tanssiva Karhu (Dancing Bear) Prize in 1996, Pekkanen Prize in 1999 and Engel Prize of Church Art in 2001.
THE POIGNANCY OF HUMAN EXISTENCE
 

Todos los pájaros volvieron en medio del invierno,
a esa almohada, al lado.
No pagues por este libro el precio que te piden
excepto con dinero, al menos no te enamores
de ningún ser humano.


Todos los pájaros

En el mundo

En el mundo ya


 
Traducción de Jukka Koskelainen, Carmen Leonor Ferro, Tarja Roinila, Una Pérez Ruiz.