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KIDS

birds in the garden,
noise in the nursery -
Early morning

Ita Toranoko

a first step -
toddler does not realize
what he has just done

kamchatka

n o m i n a t i o n
"For Minimalism and dialectics"


My angel!
Still my!
Still angel

Nora

n o m i n a t i o n
"Susi-pusi :)"


Little eyes, little ears
Matching in adoration
I account for the nose!

Nora

Rolling down the path,
Squeaking, bubbling with laughter
Water-melon and a bub

Tengu

n o m i n a t i o n
"The best clip"


Summer yard
A lonely girl on all the swings,
No turns

Nora

What a pity
The adults are so tall
But the cat and I We'll play

Lena Talaeva

Sweet and dirty
Two little piglets, his heels in the bush -
My Cheengachgook is asleep

Taisha

my son is a week old
yet I have sung
all the songs I remember

Wowwi

Fragments of childhood reflections
All over the attic
Barefoot memory

Taisha

n o m i n a t i o n
"View from the window"


He carries home
a piece of snowbank, hoping
it will not melt

Taisha

The child looks at the dog.
The dog looks at me.
I look at the child.

Wowwi

n o m i n a t i o n
"The Brink of the Abyss"


In the sons gate I recognize
Not myself,
But the late granddad.

K.Sergeyev

An old diary
When did he die?
That boy inside me.

Chuk

A passing-by train
A child taps on the window
HI! - to the whole world

Lena Talaeva

translations by Shiroki Mirukami, Natalia Kuznetsova and Nicole Ostine

 
 

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This theme like no other inspired the participants to try on the long gone sheath of childhood. At times the skin turned out to be to small and awkward however at other times only a child eyes could perceive the world in such a way (and maybe for some there was no need to switch over). What was striking were the variations from the simultaneous vision from now and then (thanks to Taisha and Wowwi). As for motherly /fatherly tenderness per scruffy capita there is still no need felt.

Shiroki Mirukami



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