Lajos Kassák

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Lajos Kassák (March 21, 1887July 22, 1967) was a Hungarian poet, novelist and painter.

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  • the roads lay under us in white quilts
    the telegraph-wires jerked tight and wrote
           mantras on the sky
    • "A ló meghal a madarak kirepülnek" ("The Horse Dies the Birds Fly Away"), 1922, translated by Edwin Morgan
  • at night we glimpsed the flowers blooming between women's legs
    but we were vegetarians and misogynists
    • "A ló meghal a madarak kirepülnek" ("The Horse Dies the Birds Fly Away"), 1922, translated by Edwin Morgan.

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