Anna Akhmatova – Selected Poems

In Dream Black and enduring separation I share equally with you. Why weep? Give me your hand, Promise me you will come again. You and I are like high Mountains and we can’t move closer. Just send me word At midnight sometimes through the stars. So again we triumph! Again we do not come! Our…

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FIREFLIES–Rabindranath Tagore

Let my love, like sunlight, surround you and yet give you illumined freedom. —- —- —- — — —- —- —- Days are coloured bubbles that float upon the surface of fathomless night. * * * * * * * * * April, like a child, writes hieroglyphs on dust with flowers, wipes them away…

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RILKE POEMS

From French poems : translated by A.Poulin, JR A beautiful butterfly near the earth is displaying the illuminations of its flying book to an attentive nature. Another closes on the border of the flower that we breath; this is not the time to read. And still so many others, fragile blues scattered, floating and fluttering…

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