Prispevek se osredinja na poezijo slovenskega vojnega pesnika Ivana
Hribovška in na njegovo življenjsko zgodbo. Avtor je bil v domovini
(pod komunistično oblastjo) prepovedan in zamolčan. Tako on
kot njegova poezija sta bila deležna ignoriranja, saj se je Hribovšek
odločil pridružiti »belim partizanom«; zaradi tega je bil obsojen izdajalstva.
Ob tem je presenetljivo dejstvo, da v njegovi poeziji ne
zasledimo politične note, temveč zgolj lirske refleksije o večnih literarnih
motivih – Bogu, ljubezni, smrti in zemlji.
In this article the author deals with the poetry of the Slovenian war
poet, Ivan Hribovšek, and his story. In his homeland (under communist
rule) he was rejected and condemned to oblivion. He and his
poetry were ignored because he decided to join the guerrillas during
the war and was later accused of treason. What is most interesting
about his poetry is that it is not political at all; rather, this poetry is a
lyrical reflection on God, love, death and the Earth, the eternal motifs
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