Paolo Giuseppe Mazzarello

Rookie - 5 Points (September 30th 1959 / Genoa (Italy))

N. - Poem Terminable and Interminable

'Love that moves the sun and the other stars'

Nat (turning towards the audience) :

We all are very busy. I started as single,
I found my sweetheart on the way.
If I had remained the same man,
Life wouldn't have changed myself.
Every age has got its story,
Man's story hasn't got any age.
I often dreamt a body in flight in the sky;
This was bright in darkness, flew far away,
As far as disappeared.
I see these houses on the hills,
Darkness closes in upon them.
Air is motionless, clear
Only human lights illuminate it.
Now only silence and peace mean.

The End

Submitted: Wednesday, March 12, 2008
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  • Rookie David Desantis (5/20/2008 2:49:00 PM)

    Every age has got its story,
    Man's story hasn't got any age.

    -that line really got me...its one to ponder, and i think the inverse would work as well 'Man's story has got any age'

    Very sweet poem bro (Report) Reply

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