Tag Archives: Words

OFFERING HER SONGS – Number 15

My joy is to sing .         poems to the World. When her song is deep .         I sit and hear her voice. .                  In a world of working things, .                  where everyone lives but me, .                  my heart finds her … Continue reading

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POETRY

À Gustave L. de W. <Lovers. Happy Lovers> (La Fontaine) Love rises hearts as does the perfume of roses! It is wonderful to know a heart filled with love, And see through to her source which never closes And will … Continue reading

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DIONYSIAN SONGS

It is sharp and scorching, a brilliant ennui! I carry a universal happiness inside me. All from a love of life which tempts us, Evenings in Alicante, mornings in Aranjuez, Fevered Carthaginian skies always true, A path of rose trees … Continue reading

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THE SONNETS TO ORPHEUS – X

Everything acquired is threatened by the machine, some hold out For the people and rely on the spirit, rather than be against her, alone. Some day our beautiful hands will be more beautiful in all our doubt, When our building … Continue reading

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FRAGMENTS OF HER WORDS

The lost fragments of her words Find ways to speak beyond time Moving those who see and hear Towards their searching souls. In hearing and seeing without, Within becomes a turmoil in the Unknown pull towards something, Found only in … Continue reading

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