Giorgio Venetopoulos

(Athens, Greece)

Mi Accorsi Che


Non posso capire un comportamento inadeguato,
la saggezza è una grande virtù per un graduato,
quando un poeta invia un verso quasi affascinante
qualcuno apparirà all' improvviso come disputante

Non avevo mai veduto un perdigiorno come lui,
si è rivolso a me per iniziare un discorso superflui,
Ma io non volli approfitare delle sue debolezze,
cercai comportarsi bene, e mai con sciocchezze.

Non volero seguire la sua aggressione ed arrabbiarmi
Mi accorsi che quel villano voleva ingannarmi
siccome non volli seguire la sua annotazione dialettale
Io tacqui piuttosto che di rispondere male.

Submitted: Thursday, September 05, 2013
Edited: Monday, May 12, 2014

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