Once R: We are running along, all the way through
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Author: Leila Sadeghi

Translator: Prof. Farzad Sharifian

                                                                                                        

                        

               

 

 He is running. He is running on. He is running. He passes a bunch of others. He is running on. He passes another one too. He also passes one other and another as well. Someone passes him, someone passes that one too. Some people are leaving others behind and some people are being left behind. Around the largest square, some people are running on without stopping and some others stop running a while.
One runs off the course and goes to sit in a corner. Another gets out of breath, out of the race. He spreads a tablecloth on the ground; some people are going to grow around him.
He is running. He is running on in such a manner that those who are far away cannot stand those who are near and those who are near cannot stand those who are far away. He feels lonely a little. He runs in such a manner someone could run with him. But someone overtakes him like smoke. Another one comes close, speeding towards him from far behind.
Someone comes from far behind. He tries to adjust his pace. He likes to run with someone at the same pace. He is running. He is running alone. He is running alone around the square. He is running alone with others around the square. He is running alone with others around the square and laughing as he has not reached the goal, the end, because he can run on. He is running. He is running to death.

 

 

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