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Fernando Pessoa poet Sonnet XII by Fernando Pessoa
As the lone, frighted user of a night-road
Suddenly turns round, nothing to detect,
Fernando Pessoa poet Sonnet XX by Fernando Pessoa
When in the widening circle of rebirth
To a new flesh my travelled soul shall come,
Fernando Pessoa poet Sonnet VI by Fernando Pessoa
As a bad orator, badly o'er-book-skilled,
Doth overflow his purpose with made heat,
Fernando Pessoa poet Sonnet XVIII by Fernando Pessoa
Indefinite space, which, by co-substance night,
In one black mystery two void mysteries blends;
Fernando Pessoa poet Sonnet VII by Fernando Pessoa
Thy words are torture to me, that scarce grieve thee-
That entire death shall null my entire thought;
Fernando Pessoa poet Sonnet XV by Fernando Pessoa
Like a bad suitor desperate and trembling
From the mixed sense of being not loved and loving,
Fernando Pessoa poet Sonnet IV by Fernando Pessoa
I could not think of thee as piec├Ęd rot,
Yet such thou wert, for thou hadst been long dead;
Fernando Pessoa poet Sonnet XIX by Fernando Pessoa
Beauty and love let no one separate,
Whom exact Nature did to each other fit,
Fernando Pessoa poet Sonnet III by Fernando Pessoa
When I do think my meanest line shall be
More in Time's use than my creating whole,
Fernando Pessoa poet Sonnet IX by Fernando Pessoa
Oh to be idle loving idleness!
But I am idle all in hate of me;
Fernando Pessoa poet Sonnet XI by Fernando Pessoa
Like to a ship that storms urge on its course,
By its own trials our soul is surer made.
Ramesh T A poet Art Of Poetry Writing! by Ramesh T A Gold Star - 32,079 Points
In a flash of a moment all ideas appear and disappear!
Before the trance ends one has to write poem in words;
William Fraser poet Space by William Fraser Rookie - 0 Points
In outer space there lives a race.
Who live like earthlings but apace.
Fernando Pessoa poet Sonnet V by Fernando Pessoa
How can I think, or edge my thoughts to action,
When the miserly press of each day's need
Fernando Pessoa poet Sonnet XIII by Fernando Pessoa
When I should be asleep to mine own voice
In telling thee how much thy love's my dream,
Fernando Pessoa poet Sonnet XIV by Fernando Pessoa
We are born at sunset and we die ere morn,
And the whole darkness of the world we know,
Fernando Pessoa poet Sonnet II by Fernando Pessoa
If that apparent part of life's delight
Our tingled flesh-sense circumscribes were seen
Fernando Pessoa poet Sonnet XVII by Fernando Pessoa
My love, and not I, is the egoist.
My love for thee loves itself more than thee;
Fernando Pessoa poet Sonnet X by Fernando Pessoa
As to a child, I talked my heart asleep
With empty promise of the coming day,
Fernando Pessoa poet Sonnet I by Fernando Pessoa
Whether we write or speak or do but look
We are ever unapparent. What we are
Fernando Pessoa poet Harvestwoman by Fernando Pessoa
But no, she's abstract, is a bird
Of sound in the air of air soaring,
Fernando Pessoa poet Sonnet VIII by Fernando Pessoa
How many masks wear we, and undermasks,
Upon our countenance of soul, and when,
Fernando Pessoa poet If, After I Die by Fernando Pessoa
If, after I die, they should want to write my biography,
There's nothing simpler.
Fernando Pessoa poet Hate You, Christ, I Do Not by Fernando Pessoa
Hate you, Christ, I do not, or seek. I believe
In you as in the others gods, your elders.
Fernando Pessoa poet The Keeper of Sheep (Excepts) by Fernando Pessoa
I never kept sheep,
But it is as I did watch over them.
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