Erhard Hans Josef Lang
Poems of Erhard Hans Josef Lang
|61.||The Will In The Animal||8/20/2013|
|62.||The World's Complex Differences Are Of Aztec Dimensions (with orig. in German)||4/4/2009|
|63.||There Is Always also Madness in a Sound Society (Translation with Original in German)||8/8/2007|
|64.||Tributes To Self-intoxicated Aqua-lunged Nature's Character Of Metamorphic Spitefulness||5/4/2008|
|65.||Uuno Kailas In The Bloom Of His Youth - At The Height Of Summer (translation with original)||6/3/2008|
|66.||Verses Of The Sacred Vedas Of India On The Act Of Creation (traditional)||9/5/2006|
|67.||What If The Stars Were Barred From Glittering||8/15/2006|
|68.||When The War Is Over||11/14/2008|
|69.||Why Things Don't Think Of Us, Too, In Return?||12/30/2005|
|70.||Wretched Abel (translation)||10/2/2013|
|71.||Yahvet's Falling In Love (translation with original)||3/21/2007|
|72.||Young Narayana (translation)||6/27/2006|
|73.||Ο β λ α δ ί... Ο β λ α δ ά...||7/28/2013|
The Fool (translation)
At the end of this my journeying on earth
I'll be taking down the mask, thus:
At the end of my journeying,
I'll hurl it now against the smilers of the herd.
Now has come the end of the laughter,
and of the fool's farce.
Since the end of the laughter will have come,
it were a moment of accusation.