Filantropica

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Year:
2002
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Every morning, the same faces full of pimples.

I counted them.

I have 246 pimples in the 10th grade

and 197 in the 11th.

Bucescu, may I bother you

for a second?

I care about you, do you care about me?

Why are you upset?

I asked you to turn off your cell phones!

Is that clear?

What did I say? I said you were a whore because

you had makeup on and you were hitting on "Limp".

Sometimes I began to think in their words.

The school was "shitty", Lova was "hot"...

...the classes were "no fun",

my life was "fucked up".

Bucescu, would you be so nice

to give me a moment of your attention?

But in my time school was not a joke.

The 19th century poets saw first

the antagonistical contradictions...

...of the capitalist society.

What kind of contradictions did the

A... antagonistical.

Tell me the title of a poem

where you see these contradictions.

Today I teach Romanian literature

in this famous high school...

...where only students of a certain

background are accepted.

I just published my first volume.

A collection of 10 novellas in limited edition.

And I paid for it all.

I barely had enough money

for a bus ticket, but...

...I was proud to see my work

on the bookstore shelves.

Excuse me, there was a book here,

"Nobody dies for free". Is it sold out?

People fought for it, sir!

I sold exactly 3 copies.

-And the rest?

-I sent them back to the publisher.

-Why?

-There was no demand...

-No demand? I'm demanding it!

-Can't help you now, I returned them.

Were they taking up

your breathing air?

The motherfucker died the next day.

I killed him, in pain, on the 3rd page

of the new novel I was working on.

Point. New line.

"The night was sneaking

silently into the city..."

The bad part was that

I was stuck on this phrase...

...for days, and I simply could not go on,

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