Foreign Language Poems


Posted by: Silvana Stremiz
in Poems (Foreign Language Poems)
Oh sun light my heart
Wind blow away my sorrows
and my laments.
I know no greater pleasure
than to go to distant parts.
Along the plain I follow my path, the sun
must warm me, the sea must cool me,
And so each day must find new friends,
new brothers for me
until all the forces may celebrate with delight
and each star must
my guest and friend and guest become.
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    Posted by: Silvana Stremiz
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    These held their Wick above the west -
    Till when the Red declined -
    Or how the Amber aided it -
    Defied to be defined -
    Then waned without disparagement
    In a dissembling Hue
    That would not let the Eye decide
    Did it abide or no.
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      Posted by: Silvana Stremiz
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      Long Years apart - can make no
      Breach a second cannot fill -
      The absence of the Witch does not
      Invalidate the spell -
      The embers of a Thousand Years
      Uncovered by the Hand
      That fondled them when they were Fire
      Will stir and understand.
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        Posted by: Silvana Stremiz
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        A Saucer holds a Cup
        In sordid human Life
        But in a Squirrel's estimate
        A Saucer holds a Loaf -
        A Table of a Tree
        Demands the little King
        And every Breeze that run along
        His Dining Room do swing -
        His Cutlery - he keeps
        Within his Russet Lips -
        To see it flashing when he dines
        Do Birmingham eclipse -
        Convicted - could we be
        Of our Minutiae
        The smallest Citizen that flies
        Is heartier than we.
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          Posted by: Silvana Stremiz
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          With Pinions of Disdain
          The soul can farther fly
          Than any feather specified
          in - Ornithology -
          It wafts this sordid Flesh
          Beyond it's dull - control
          And during it's electric gale -
          The body is - a soul -
          instructing by itself -
          How little work it be -
          To put off filaments like this
          for immortality.
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