Category: Poems

PEACEFUL PANORAMA

PEACEFUL PANORAMA On the other side of the window a garden with orange trees Intoxicating the perfume of the blossoms No people no cars a cloudless heaven Only
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TO SELL

TO SELL In spring, I sell violets from lost gardens. In summer, paper roses asters of words. In autumn in the winter, frost flowers from the window of
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IX

IX I am a herdsman of flocks. The flock is my thoughts, and my thoughts are all sensations. I think with my eyes and my ears and with
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HARP

HARP Your body is a harp strings along a sound-board a resonator box plucked with fingers neck flats sharps in the shape of a triangle a hunting bow
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LESSON

LESSON it’s so few words that I wring out of myself, as much as some chalk dust out of an eraser after the blackboard’s been wiped clean. Something
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DAWN OF HOPE

DAWN OF HOPE The light of dawn erases the traces of the night. Relentlessly, time goes on flowing, although I wish it would stop like a picture fixed
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EAGLE

EAGLE The ravens fly in swarms the eagle flies alone —Luchino Visconti So close to heaven flies the eagle lonely as the poet who patiently waits the arrival
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HARVEST

HARVEST I’ll pass through other doors, when the light pushes me and the dew shines in the morning on rose petals and the foam of the sea. Just
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