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Guy Traiber

Guy Traiber was born and raised in the sweltering middle-east and found love in the cold mountains of the Alps. After a decade of traveling extensively throughout India, South-East Asia & Europe he is now pitched again on the soil of his youth. He studies Sociology & Political Science and Chinese Medicine and finds that they all relate.

His writing has appeared in (very) few good journals and rejected by many well known publications.

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Guy's Origami micro-chapbook & selected poem are available below.  Download the single-page micro-chapbook by clicking the title.  To read the selected poem, also click on the title.

Origami Micro-Chapbook 

Selected Poem(s)

Dried Hours


Cover:  Human Sundial 

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Time is valueless
in the night, as our bones have no meaning
for us in our dying.
If it would have been possible
to gather all the hours
I have wasted for nothing, without loving,
I would pile them one over the other
like the style of a sundial
I would set fire to all those dried hours
and be burned with the towering pillar of love.
Guy Traiber © 2015





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