Friday, 18 June 2010


Υπάρχει μια νύχτα πιο σκοτεινή απ’ τη νύχτα.
Όποιος μπαίνει σ’ αυτήν, χάνει το χρόνο,
μιλάει αλλιώς, συγχέοντας το μέσα με το έξω,
ζει το θάνατο, μ’ έναν τρόμο σαν άβυσσο
καρφωμένο για πάντα στο στήθος, ρημαγμένος
απ’ τη βία και βλέποντας αυτό που δε βλέπει κανείς,
κάτω απ’ τις αυστηρές υπενθυμίσεις των άστρων.
Η μέρα εκεί διαβάζεται ανάποδα,
κι ο άλλος κόσμος γίνεται ο βραχνάς τού κόσμου
όπου κανείς δεν επιστρέφει ίδιος.

1 comment:

xtina said...

In later life, Gödel suffered periods of mental instability and illness. He had an obsessive fear of being poisoned; he wouldn't eat unless his wife, Adele, tasted his food for him. Late in 1977, Adele was hospitalized for six months and could not taste Gödel's food anymore. In her absence, he refused to eat, eventually starving himself to death.[14] He weighed 65 pounds (approximately 30 kg) when he died. His death certificate reported that he died of "malnutrition and inanition caused by personality disturbance" in Princeton Hospital on January 14, 1978.[15]