Rozycki: Two Poems : Magazine : A Public Space

Two Poems

Poetry Tomasz Różycki
Translated from the Polish by Mira Rosenthal

When I began to write, I didn’t know / each of my words would bit by bit remove / things from the world and in return leave blank / spaces.
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No. 07

No. 07

Author

​Tomasz Różycki is the author of Twelve Stations (Znak), which won the Kozcielski Prize, and Colonies (Znak), which was nominated for the Nike Prize (Poland’s equivalent of the Pulitzer Prize). Różycki’s other honors include the Krzysztof Kamiel Baczynski prize and the Joseph Brodsky Award from Zeszyty Literackie. 

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