La conscience humaine est morte ; dans l’orgie, Sur elle il s’accroupit ; ce cadavre lui plaît ; Par moments, gai, vainqueur, la prunelle rougie, Il se retourne et donne à la morte un soufflet.
It’s that time of the year again when I pick one lovely poem from Eminescu (well known Romanian poet) and this year, I’ve chosen a ballad of love and yearning where the man is desperately waiting for his lover to come to him. Some finer points lost in translation are the use of the possessive… Read more »
happiness, the fire forges our steel to withstand pain and thorny times laughter melts metal cold bath sets the steel mettle fine blade to cut life blade wrapped in fine silk until the next battle comes pain and blood drip down 2019
Oh, to see without my eyes The first time that you kissed me Boundless by the time I cried I built your walls around me White noise, what an awful sound Fumbling by Rogue River Feel my feet above the ground Hand of God, deliver me
Marvelous, live is beautiful… My Love, light of my life. Time weighs on my heart like chains on a convict Come back, I beseech you Nevermore, I swear [wpvideo 3TefWfbR]
O come with me, thus ran the song, The moon is bright in Autumn’s sky, And thou hast toiled and laboured long With aching head and weary eye.
Many of Shakespeare’s iconic plays feature risqué humor, with crude jokes hidden throughout his works. Romeo And Juliet At the beginning of Romeo and Juliet, Romeo’s sex life is as barren as Frank Herbert’s Dune(though judging by how the play ends, it really doesn’t get that much better once he meets Juliet). As he laments this fact,… Read more »
Please ask for my heart You don’t have to say you’ve got enough Open up. You should make yourself free. You need to express your wish If you can’t tell me, you’ll get my heart I’ll do anything I can for you © 2018 Julia
Don’t give up from the start You never know if you don’t try Don’t look back. Face forward. You want it badly. You know it. You can be selfish. When you reach out your hand, I’ll give it to you But you know what? You’ll have it even though you can’t speak for it ©… Read more »