Vidas Mykolas


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Vidas Mykolas and Vilkas

Vidas Mykolas' parents came to America as World War II refugees from Lithuania. The poems in Vilkas are about street prostitutes in St. Petersburg Russia, the Armenian Holocaust and stickball, reviving dead brothers, Caligula eating pearls, mythical wolves in the primeval forests of the Baltic, dumpster diving, White Nights, ravaged family cemeteries, Disneyworld in the despair and hope of Eastern Europe,a pig roast, heroes of the American revolution and French women in tight jeans, a hill in Lithuania covered blind with Christian crosses, the brutal war of Lithuanian resistance, TV series Bonanaz the best family, knocking the balls off St. Paul, dark lost friends of youth, instructions on catching a salmon, Mexican bands in Oregon, a war insane mother, Dante's lover, and other poems.

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