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David Hart

The Gates of Istar

'The Gates of Istar' by David Hart

The Gates of Istar
Now do the mountains wiggle
and giddily squirm

while solemnly sauntering
A great fuming
cantankerous ocean

Sunrise... the Gate of Istar.

A blissful moon and
jolly bouncing stars

tango tersely

a scintillating
prickly shower of


Sun beams
and fervent love
blithely abound.

at the noble Gate of Ishtar.

(This poem was originally written in Aramaic in 1998 by Dave Hart) Poems in Foreign Languages by David Hart at http: //

Submitted: Monday, March 09, 2009

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