„War is time that has marched through the mind, and is later presented in
:such a way that boots are the be-all and end-all.
Thus it is important to teach the soldier exactly how to treat the ghosts, how
:to address the fog, or
how time and space appear on paper to describe absolutely everything.
Do not say that was true in antiquity, as there the same sentence changed
: many times, petrified into mountains,
precisely where it was open...“
— Paavo Haavikko
Paavo Haavikko, in: John Taylor (2010), Into the Heart of European Poetry. p. 329