“A REAL HISTORY FROM A VERY REMOTE FUTURE” / By SILVANO BORTOLAZZI – President of U.M.P

“A REAL HISTORY FROM A VERY REMOTE FUTURE”

“The cars will be small spaceships that will move over the mountains and over the seas flying in seconds to the sky, the phones will be miniature brooches capable of projecting three-dimensional images in the air even in daylight, the old cars will be without wheels and no driver, the robots will be same to us in everything and for everything. Also the poors will have a robot. People will care alone at home with the robots. Illnesses will disappear and everyone will live 1000 or more years. Men will only die of age-old seniority. Motorcycles will be miniature propulsion engines fixed on the bodies, the ships will sail a few feet on the water. The engines will work with water and the energy will born from them. The money will be transmitted with a hand gesture. Robots will work for men and men will be all literates. Internet will be everywhere and will be accessible for free and with a voice control. In this distant future only one echo of the past will still be alive among the people: the World Union of Poets and no more the men will suffer hunger and injustices. There will be no more wars. No one will be intent on committing crimes apart from the crazy men who will receive clemency. Democracy will be perfect and politicians will be just and loved. Culture will rule on Earth”.

 

KNIGHT OF MERIT OF THE ITALIAN REPUBLIC, FOR POETRY, SILVANO BORTOLAZZI – HONORARY POET OF THE OLYPIC CITY OF SESTRIERE – CANDIDATE TO THE NOBEL PRIZE IN LITERATURE – FOUNDER PRESIDENT AND WORLD PRESIDENT OF THE WORLD UNION OF POETS
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