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JUHANI AHVENJÄRVI

CLAES ANDERSSON

EVA-STINA BYGGMÄSTAR

TOMAS MIKAEL BÄCK

AGNETA ENCKELL

MARTIN ENCKELL

TUA FORSSTRÖM

PENTTI HOLAPPA

JOUNI INKALA

RIINA KATAJAVUORI

JYRKI KIISKINEN

TOMI KONTIO

JUKKA KOSKELAINEN

LEEVI LEHTO

HEIDI LIEHU

RAKEL LIEHU

LAURI OTONKOSKI

MARKKU PAASONEN

ANNUKKA PEURA

MIRKKA REKOLA

HENRIKA RINGBOM

PENTTI SAARITSA

HELENA SINERVO

EIRA STENBERG

ANNI SUMARI

ILPO TIIHONEN

SIRKKA TURKKA

MERJA VIROLAINEN

KJELL WESTÖ (ANDERS HED)

TUA FORSSTRÖM
 

I used to know a man.
He said he was a doctor and
let his patients happily bleed to death.
He took walks during the nights
god knows where to, it wasn't to any
catastrophe-hit areas. I sat
in a rocking-chair, rocking. He played
the violin in a schrammelquartet and enjoyed it.
Whatever he did, he enjoyed it.
He said no one would want me.
I said no one would want him,
except me. I said I'll sell everything, it
won't cost anything. That man. His patients
really got so sick that they died.


The snow whirls over the courtya...

Never make friends with a crow

Summer passed so quickly

I used to know a man

I also knew another man

Amber

It's beautiful in Sicily in the...

We find it hard to...

There's a door...

What's the use of being...

Everyone is allowed here

The snow whirls over Tenala chur...

We equip the horses

In the photographs your...

Then it had been March

It's a long time since I was a...


 
From Efter att ha tillbringat ett natt bland hästar, 1997 
Translated by Stina Katchadourian