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Miškais ateina ruduo
And he wrote. He published his first collection of short stories after emigrating to Germany. The road and the wooden bridge that crossed the stream were still a novelty in these parts. The road cut such a sharp and straight notch through the boggy woods, as if a taut rope had been used to plot its course, that on a clear day you could see the blades of a windmill set on a hilltop in the next county some six or seven kilometers away. The bridge was hewn and built from the very woods in which it stood. Sap continued to ooze from its timbers, floorboards, and guardrails. The master builders who constructed the bridge were outsiders and came with a boss whose beard was so full and long that he cinched it with his belt.
Katiliskis Miskais Ateina Ruduo
Marius Katiliškis – Miškais ateina ruduo – 2015