Anahit Arustamyan

Silver Star - 3,578 Points [Ann] (21.05.1963 / Armenia)

Anahit Arustamyan Poems

41. The Portrait Of Jennie 1/18/2016
42. My Letter 1/22/2016
43. How Far Is Your Land? 1/22/2016
44. Should We Wait? 1/24/2016
45. The Dew 1/25/2016
46. Mirages! 1/26/2016
47. My Waltz 1/27/2016
48. My Unmasked Dreams 1/29/2016
49. By Thousands Of Miles 1/29/2016
50. My Love Poem Is For You 1/30/2016
51. I Write To You 2/1/2016
52. Don't Be Amazed! 2/2/2016
53. Life's Traffic 2/5/2016
54. In Deep Purple Dreams 2/7/2016
55. Two Hearts 2/10/2016
56. You Have Been Riding For Centuries 2/12/2016
57. To Cynthia 2/17/2016
58. Dedicated To My Poet Friend David 2/19/2016
59. Your Time Machine 2/21/2016
60. White Crane! 2/23/2016
61. Haunted Wood! 2/26/2016
62. Souvenir 2/29/2016
63. A Poet And A Poem 3/4/2016
64. What Can Melt Or Stay 3/9/2016
65. Happy Birthday To You! 3/13/2016
66. Goddess Anahit! 3/16/2016
67. Play Your Pipe! 3/20/2016
68. Life's Space 6/22/2015
69. Our Miles 6/24/2015
70. You Have Spelled My Ink 6/25/2015
71. You Are There 6/26/2015
72. Below The Sky 7/2/2015
73. On My Life's Page 7/5/2015
74. I Am Packing My Suitcase 7/7/2015
75. My Time 7/10/2015
76. Passer-By! 7/16/2015
77. You Invented Me 6/12/2015
78. Take Me! 6/13/2015
79. Tobacco! 6/13/2015
80. Illegal Immigrant 6/16/2015

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Swallow!

SWALLOW!

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.

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I Don'T Know

I DON'T KNOW
I asked a nurse whose prayers were heard in the ward. I didn't know that the trees had blossomed in the yard. I had taken the curtain for a blank post card. I wanted to place your miles on my palm. I wanted to place the stars in a bulb. The nurse was both kind and calm. I still keep her words in my mind. She told me looking into my eyes. 'Who knows in the ward what can be in the yard'. I still place my minds in each velvet bud. My hospital's curtain was a blank post card. I have pl

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