(Italiano) Mare nostrum è di tutti

ORIGINAL LANGUAGES, 27 Apr 2015

Silvia Berruto – TRANSCEND Media Service

Aosta 20 aprile 2015. Fiaccolata per le/i migranti morte/i in mare

L’immigrazione è politica. Anche dolore politico.

In un silenzio assordante, ad Aosta, l’acqua della fontana di Piazza Chanoux, ricorda il mare … a chi non lo sa ascoltare

A passata, presente e futura memoria.

Mare nostro che non sei nei cieli
e abbracci i confini dell’isola e del mondo
sia benedetto il tuo sale
e sia benedetto il tuo fondale
accogli le gremite imbarcazioni
senza una strada sopra le tue onde
pescatori usciti nella notte
le loro reti tra le tue creature
che tornano al mattino
con la pesca dei naufraghi salvati
Mare nostro che non sei nei cieli
all’alba sei colore del frumento
al tramonto dell’uva di vendemmia,
Che abbiamo seminato di annegati
più di qualunque età delle tempeste
tu sei più giusto della terra ferma
pure quando sollevi onde a muraglia
poi le riabbassi a tappeto
custodisci le vite, le visite cadute
come foglie sul viale
fai da autunno per loro
da carezza, da abbraccio, da bacio in fronte
di padre e di madre prima di partire “
-Erri De Luca-

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Silvia Berruto, giornalista contro il razzismo.

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