Poems by Josč Martė

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I grow a white rose
In July just as in January
For the sincere friend
Who gives me his frank hand.
And for the cruel man who pulls out of me
the heart with which I live,
I grow neither nettles nor thorns:
I grow a white rose.
Josč Martė
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    I come from all places
    and to all places I go:
    I am art among the arts
    and mountain among mountains.
    I know the strange names
    of flowers and herbs
    and of fatal deceptions
    and magnificent griefs.

    In night's darkness I've seen
    raining down on my head
    pure flames, flashing rays
    of beauty divine.
    Josč Martė
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