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NANJING MASSAKER MUSEUM – 伊沙 Yi Sha

六月 24, 2019

Yi Sha
NANJING-MASSAKER-MUSEUM

an dieser klagemauer von china
lass mich weinen

auf der chinesischen erde
unter allen reisezielen
hierher hab ich mich bis jetzt nicht getraut

aber als chinese
muss ich es mir
einmal anschauen

wenn ich ein großer dichter sein will
muss ich mit großen augen
hinstarren bis mir die augen rot werden

an der chinesischen klagemauer
lass mich weinen

2018
Übersetzt von MW im Dezember 2018

 

南京大屠杀遇难同胞纪念馆
伊沙

在中国的哭墙下
让我哭

这是华夏大地上
所有景点中
我最不敢看的

但是身为中国人
一生必须
看一次

身为中国大诗人
必须双目圆睁
直至双目淌血

在中国的哭墙下
让我哭

 

Yi Sha
NANJING-MASSAKER

als chinese
geschichtlichen fakten gegenüber
bring ich sie von geburt mit
und in den genen
also halt ich mich vorsichtig
fern von diesen sachen.
fotos, filme, memoiren;
ich bin ein feigling mit gebrochenem herzen.

2018
Übersetzt von MW am 31. Dezember 2018

 

《南京大屠杀》

伊沙

身为中国人
对其史实
我生而知之
基因里带
于是便小心翼翼
回避着它的一切
影像、照片、回忆录
我是一个心碎的懦夫

 

Yi_Sha_Nanjing_Geschichte_FAZ_1905141.011

 

Yi Sha
INNERE NARBE

Das Nanjing-Massaker.

Was ich am schwersten schlucken kann:
Zweihundert japanische Teufel führen
fünfzigtausend chinesische Kriegsgefangene
ans Jangtse-Ufer und schlachten sie ab.

Fünfzigtausend Tauben trotten mit gesenktem Blick,
nicht einer wird Falke und fliegt ins Nirvana.

2018
Übersetzt von MW im Dezember 2018

 

《内伤难愈》

伊沙

南京大屠杀

最让我难以下咽的是
两百个日本鬼子押着
五万国军俘虏
到长江边屠杀

五万鸽子低眉顺目
没有一只涅槃成鹰

http://blog.sina.com.cn/s/blog_68d111990102ypj2.html

 

 

 

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WARSAW

八月 3, 2015

Warsaw bicycleWARSAW

the eagle is not beautiful
the shadow of the eagle is
they have a chapel for Katyn
across from uprising square
the uprising was very brave
they won at first
the Red Army was there
just across the river
but the Red Army waited
then the Germans came back
they razed Warsaw City
the Red Army waited
that was in 1944
before that was the Ghetto
the Ghetto uprising
Stalin’ s culture palace stands in its place
in the place of the Ghetto
Katyn
was in 1940
tens of thousands of Polish officers
killed by Soviet intelligence
Ukrainians too
they have a chapel for Katyn
across from Uprising Square
tens of thousands of names
and a beautiful eagle
they say
I like its shadow

MW July 2015

Warsaw eagle
SUNSHINE IN WARSAW
Jacqueline Winter

A beautiful summer morning. Biking through the historical center. The bike return station is next to the monument of the 1944 uprising against the Nazis. HOW many dead and wounded, while the Red Army literally stood by on the outskirts of town? And the city dynamited and emptied of its population…you would never think it, looking at it now.
Across the street, inside a church, a simple and gut- wrenching memorial to the Katyn massacre victims. With a side memorial for the Smolensk plane crash of 2010, which I fail to understand. Must ask a local where they see the connection- if they do.
And what a tough people: exiled, murdered, bombed, map redrawn…yet they rebuilt splendidly from the rubble while still dirt- poor and were the first to put up meaningful nonviolent resistance to the Soviets back in 1980. And had free elections as soon as they could.
Swinoujscie – Swinemünde had public exhibits around town about their common history with Germany, bilingual. A strongly German city which was bombed flat 55% for being a naval base. No mention of the pre-war German population in Warsaw, though…
The Warsaw “Stalin cake” / Palace of Culture and Science is still on the grounds of the Jewish ghetto. That uprising was in 1943. A few meters of markings on the ground to show where its outer wall once stood. That is all.

meine rede

ATTITUDE, EMPATHY AND SO ON
Martin Winter

People are trying to get by everywhere. First World vs. Third World (or Second World) creates issues of privilege. Just like different kinds of background, experience, heritage make for issues of disconnect within a common country or region. Why are people stupid enough to vote for or even work with racist rightist arseholes in Hitler-spawning Austria? Austria-Hungary-Germany whatever? My friends in China try to get by. Like people everywhere. Some get to express how they detest the state they are in. Some more than others. Like people anywhere, more or less. Some have their audience, as famous poets or fiction writers. Yes, things have improved very much in Taiwan, and in China there is the same repression going on in some ways. Yes, everyone is taking part more or less, including foreigners. All in all, foreign media is a good influence. Most of it. Everywhere probably, in every country, reporting from any outsider’s stance or background can be very refreshing. I was privileged in Taiwan and in China, in Eastern Europe, even in America. On the other hand, I am in between. Every day I talk and work with people and texts from different worlds. It’s a great life, all in all.


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