Emmanuel George Cefai

Gold Star - 21,097 Points (12th March 1955 / Victoria, Gozo)

Emmanuel George Cefai Poems

1. The Night Soon Fell 8/30/2011
2. A Reddening Sun 8/30/2011
3. Ditty 8/30/2011
4. As I My Steps 8/30/2011
5. If In The Long, Long Lost Annals Of Time 8/30/2011
6. I That Dwell, Into The Shafts And Arrows 8/30/2011
7. In The Shade Of A Long Winter Yet To Come 8/30/2011
8. Shakespeare Too Unfolded His Emotions 8/30/2011
9. Hear, Last Night, The Roaring Cavalcade 8/30/2011
10. Merry Is The Womb 8/30/2011
11. Through Out The Birth Of The New Day 8/30/2011
12. O Said I To Myself To-Day 8/30/2011
13. On This Black Earth That Hits 8/30/2011
14. As The Dry Meseta Stretched 8/30/2011
15. Bones 8/30/2011
16. Dreams Of Old 8/30/2011
17. Ghosts Of The Spirit 8/30/2011
18. Fog 8/30/2011
19. Gown 8/30/2011
20. I 8/30/2011
21. The Storm 8/30/2011
22. And The Nightingales Were Singing 8/30/2011
23. There Is A Shadow That Awaits Restless 8/30/2011
24. Come, Come, Dry Your Eyes And Tears 8/30/2011
25. Then 8/30/2011
26. Aid Me My Muse, My Mind Instill 8/30/2011
27. Why Do I See A Light 8/30/2011
28. I Stayed Between The Earth And Song 8/30/2011
29. I Have No Words, But Words That Are Grey 8/30/2011
30. Under The Hammer Sledge But Not Of Snow 8/30/2011
31. I Know That I Must Not Lose That Thrall 8/30/2011
32. The Oak Under His Years How Does He Bend 10/3/2011
33. How Much, How Much 10/3/2011
34. In The Long Night 10/3/2011
35. Rarely, Rarely 10/3/2011
36. The Night 10/3/2011
37. This Night I See 10/3/2011
38. In The Air 10/3/2011
39. The Stairs To Heaven 10/3/2011
40. The Time Is Come 10/3/2011
Best Poem of Emmanuel George Cefai

Sleep, Sleep, My Sweet One Sleep

Sleep, sleep, my sweet one sleep
Let the film of Morpheus come
Like a veiled mist
And visit your eye-lids
And in the airs around
Invisible a sweet sylph sings
A lulling lullaby.

Sleep, sleep, my sweet one sleep
And woes forget and ills
And wrongs and plots
And treacheries:
Like a veiled mist
Dreams are falling through
Falling thro’ your eye-lids thick
With the lead of Morpheus awhile
A sylph doth sing
A lulling lullaby.

Sleep, sleep, my sweet one sleep
And think of day and night
And dusk and ...

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A mouse

Dust of evening

Dark shroud of night

Lighter of stars

Sea and ocean that groan

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