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There is love

At the root of tears,
I noticed that the smiles were blossoming.
In the midst of pain,
I found that there is love.
In the midst of chaos,
I discovered the silence.
That's when I realized that,
even in the middle of winter,
there is an invincible spring
And that made me happy.

poem by from WordPress - Ecce homo (December 2007), translated by Camelia OpriţaReport problemRelated quotes
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Jesus

I saw You
this morning
in the sunrise,
Through the sunrays You whispered to me;
Everything that’s in front of your eyes
It's just for you; the mountains, the valleys, the sea.
I saw You this morning
in wave after wave
I felt You in the breeze,
that was gently touching
my cheeks. I knew that
I’ll be “ok” again for
days and weeks.
You were shining
in the crystal,
white sand,
In the blue
sky, I saw
Your face.
You hold me

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Love Rooted in Infinity

We loved each other before the beginnings,
before the first snowdrops arrived,
before the apricot blossoms bloomed,
even before the earth started spinning,

before the existence of time,
before the angels learned to fly,
before the sun was shining in the sky.
We loved each other, what’s the crime?

We didn’t do anything wrong,
We let our souls be united,
We were together and delighted,
Our love was pure, sincere, and strong.

We didn’t rush to change the world,
We smelled the flowers from our hair,
The colors from our eyes we shared,
Around us, the eternal space unfurled.

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I Woke Up in The Autumn

wandering through memories,
lost among Spring's flowers,
I woke up in The Autumn,
surrounded by the golden leaves,
melancholically singing a forgotten song

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Tears of Repentance

my repentance’s tears,
love’s raindrops on angels’ wings,
reached the throne of grace,
and became crowns at His pierced feet

freed of any shackles and chains,
dancing in my spirit,
I am a new creation, living for His glory

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Autumn is Coming

The Summer is slowly passing, and the green is dying,
The garden of flowers loses its color,
The white storks, slowly, slowly are being lost in the heights,
Tomorrow's world will be much duller.

The scent of the flower perishes in steam at dusk,
It smells like a dried, baked rusk.
In grandparent's yard, under the beam, a deserted nest,
already misses the cheerful swallow.

Up, on the house's chimney, one stork, almost lost,
looks around melancholy for the last time.
From the mountain's sheepfold to the village,
the longing shepherds descend with their sheep.

Caterpillars wreak havoc on the orchard,
Orderly, the good soldiers set out on their crusade.
A small leaf cries, scared of falling
under the strength of the wind.

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Fall

being cold, the earth borrows the leaves from the trees
to cover itself for a while until the snow appears
and will change its blanket

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My Romanian Language

Sweet, melodious there’s no other
like my language in this world,
From the lips of my grandmother,
every word is shining pearled.

It is born straight from the Light,
Sunrise over the Black Sea,
To hear it is a delight,
Oh, how great is my love for thee!

My Romanian language, a treasure
Safely kept inside my soul,
Then released with grace and leisure,
Golden words that made me whole.

You can hear it in the leaves,
when you walk with Eminescu,
In the secret of the breeze,
Trying lovely to impress you.

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Sailor's Mourner

"Gawd!" said a gal o' the Barbary Coast —
She was dancin' wi' me —
"Is it true, lad, that Larry, young Larry, was lost
From his ship out at sea?"

An' I says to her, "Aye! 'Tis true sure enough
That poor Larry was drowned."
An' "Gawd," said the gal o' the Coast, "but it's tough!
An' the poor boy home-bound!"

The fiddles they played on the Barbary shore
An' the dancers' feet flew,
An' "Gawd," said the gal, the young Barbary whore
"'Tis too bad that it's true!"

She trembled her lip, an' she dropped a salt tear
On paint an' on powder;
An' the crimps they came round wi' the foam on the beer,
An' the laughter grew louder.

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poem by from Wind in the Topsails (1931)Report problemRelated quotes
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Shake, Mulleary And Go-Ethe

I

I have a bookcase, which is what
Many much better men have not.
There are no books inside, for books,
I am afraid, might spoil its looks.
But I've three busts, all second-hand,
Upon the top. You understand
I could not put them underneath -
Shake, Mulleary and Go-ethe.

II

Shake was a dramatist of note;
He lived by writing things to quote,
He long ago put on his shroud:
Some of his works are rather loud.
His bald-spot's dusty, I suppose.
I know there's dust upon his nose.
I'll have to give each nose a sheath -

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