winter haiku – the shutters clatter = nos volets cliquettent
our shutters clatter
my teeth chatter –
your ardent embrace
nos volets cliquettent
mes dents claquent –
ton étreinte ardente
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3 thoughts on “winter haiku – the shutters clatter = nos volets cliquettent”
Hi Richard. I have a question for your translation of Pylos Tablet Ta Un 718L Did you translate this in Linear B or Linear A.
There is a shutter such as this which is visible from our garden. It has all the crumbling plaster around it. A typical neglected Greek old house.
Yes, I saw quite a few of those when I was in Greece in May 2012.
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