Daily Archives: March 1, 2017

Poem – A Garden

I’ve a garden, a garden of dreams, Where the cool breeze whispering sways Softly the apple-sprays, And from leaves that shimmer and quiver Down on mine eyelids streams A slumber-river. Advertisements

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Poem – Youth and Age

If love thou hast for me, not hate, Arise and find a younger mate; For I no longer will abide Where youth and age lie side by side.

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Poem – To A Bride

Bride, around whom the rosy leaves are flying, Sweet image of the Cyprian undying, The bed awaits thee; go, and with him lying, Give to the groom thy sweetness, softly sighing. May Hesperus in gladness pass before thee, And Hera … Continue reading

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Poem – Breaking Up

I fell out of love: that’s our story’s dull ending, as flat as life is, as dull as the grave. Excuse me-I’ll break off the string of this love song and smash the guitar. We have nothing to save. The … Continue reading

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Poem – Weddings

Weddings in days of war, false cheating comfort, those hollow phrases: ‘He won’t get killed…’ On a snowbound winter road, slashed by a cruel wind, I speed to a hasty wedding in a neighboring village. Gingerly I enter a buzzing … Continue reading

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Poem – Colours

When your face came rising above my crumpled life, the only thing I understood at first was how meager were all my possessions. But your face cast a peculiar glow on forests, seas, and rivers, initiating into the colors of … Continue reading

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