Fravia+ R.I.P. || May 3, 2009

Fravia passed away on Sunday, 3rd May 2009

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A 56 anni si è conclusa la vita di mio figlio;

una persona coraggiosa, tenera, generosa.

Era sempre assetato di giustizia,

sempre curioso e attento nella ricerca,

sempre pronto e originale nella sperimentazione.

Non sei qui, a confortarmi, figlio caro,

Tua Madre

Les roues du temps ont broyé ce grain.

Pourtant, la semence tombe en terre fertile.

I wish the world’s surface could shrink

and I would suddenly find you by my side.

Imprinted by your broad and lively mind,

and by your even broader and generous heart,

I am most lucky –

I had the luck to be

Your Sister

The stones of time crushed this grain

Still, the seed falls on fertile ground

The death of a much beloved man always causes much sorrow.

A warrior’s death is unbearable.

P. – very old friend

Le ruote del tempo frantumano il grano.

Ma il seme cade su un terreno fertile.

Leaving the scene in May

with an ironic smile,

typical of you.

PA. – old friend

Dieses Korn wurde von den Mühlen der Zeit vermahlt.

Doch die Saat fällt auf fruchtbaren Boden.


be sure you will always be remembered and beloved by all of us

like we were a human net holding you tight.

More than ever.

C.+M., B. and others – old friends


Forgive me one more time, much beloved brother,

I will miss you every single second.

Your Sister

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