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Poems about love, parents & growing old - if one has to put such an embarrassingly simple description. Sometimes bordering on well-tempered conceptualism (M. Vakulovski still uses inside jokes, but such subtleties are much better used than in, for instance, the volume Tatuaje), the texts are so powerful, pure and devoid of complicated imagery that one can (and should) recommend to almost any reader that is somewhat open-minded, but does not quite have the courage usually to read poetry. M. Vakulovski wouldn't consider himself a "poet", as much as a man with dignity who is thankful for his life, a lucid vodka drinker with memento mori, but lacking self-centered pessimism. Highly recommended. ( )
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