Anahit Arustamyan Poems
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Swallow, I am tiny but you are tinier than me.
You can fly over the largest seas.
I just flow in my blue ink.
Swallow! Aren't you my spirit?
You hide me in your white breast's silk.
What is a bird's life like in singing springs?
Is it easy for you to get straw and seeds?
I can't imagine it as I am unwinged.
You can knit a nest in the highest tree.
You can jump on the sky's knee.
Your roads are open and free.
No, you are even bigger than me.
You Invented Me
YOU INVENTED ME
You invented me as Pygmalion created his goddess. Pygmalion fell in love with the marble's brightness. Are you in love with me or the moon's sadness? The weather is changing so the sky can be starless. Pygmalion had at least the marble's brightness. The blue sky wrapped in your eyes is cloudless. You have at least your hope's freshness. I have plenty of smoke in my lungs and my ink's madness. You invented me to have your goddess. You didn't make me of marble so my life can't be