Endre Ady Poems
- Autumn Passed Through Paris Autumn sliped into Paris ...
- I Should Love To Be Loved I am neither infant nor happy ...
- Life Terrifies Me Holy ecstasy-swans on great glad ...
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- I Guard Your Eyes With my old man's wrinkled hand, with my ...
- Because You Love Me Your eyes are mirrors of blessed ...
- I Am The Son Of King Gog Of Ma... I am the Son of King Gog of...
Endre Ady (November 22, 1877 - January 27, 1919) was a Hungarian poet
Ady was born in Érmindszent, Szilágy county (part of Austria-Hungary at the time; now a village in Satu Mare County, Romania, called Adyfalva in Hungarian and Ady Endre in Romanian). He belonged to an impoverished noble family. Endre was the elder of two children.
Between 1892-1896, he attended a Protestant school in Zilah (today Zalău, Romania). Since 1957, in the front of the school, there is a statue of Ady Endre. In the newspaper "Szilágy" from Zalău, Ady Endre published his first poem on March 22, 1896.
Afterwards, he studied law in Debrecen. After finishing his ... more »
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Autumn Passed Through Paris
Autumn sliped into Paris yesterday,
came silently down Boulevard St Michel,
In sultry heat, past boughs sullen and still,
and met me on its way.
As I walked on to where the Seine flows by,
little twig songs burned softly in my heart,
smoky, odd, sombre, purple songs. I thought
they sighed that I shall die.
Autumn drew abreast and whispered to me,
Boulevard St Michel that moment shivered.
Rustling, the dusty, playful leaves quivered,
whirled forth along the way.
One moment: summer took no heed: whereon,
laughing, autumn sped away from...