Anahit Arustamyan Poems
|123.||You Have Found My Key||8/25/2017|
|124.||My Blue-Eyed Poet||9/14/2017|
|125.||We Have Time||9/18/2017|
|129.||Do You Know?||11/15/2016|
|130.||My Crazy Heart||8/14/2017|
|131.||We Will Beg The Mountains||10/30/2016|
|132.||Don't Be Jealous!||7/18/2016|
|134.||I Don'T Know||6/12/2015|
|137.||Thank You, Lord!||3/25/2016|
|138.||I Asked A Monk||6/19/2015|
|139.||The Sea And The Sky||6/14/2016|
I Asked A Monk
I ASKED A MONK
I asked a monk if I was a cloud of smoke. The monk heard my cough caused by cold. In the world there might be something wrong. I can't guess the world's puzzle which is old. I don't have a key to my century's lock. In the world there might be somethig strong. The strongest drug is a rainbow's talk. A log was a willow in someone's song. In the world there is something short. Never think that my cough must be long! There will be another monk. There will be another cough or another song.
You Have Found My Key
YOU HAVE FOUND MY LOST KEY
I lost the key to my door and my heart became silent.
My angels didn't give me a key as they had left for Heaven.
You have sailed to me from afar where the seas kiss your Island.
Your streets enrich their oxygen with the poems by Lord Byron.
Did you notice my remote trace all of a sudden?
Wasn't it my key whispering my name in your blooming garden?
You have sailed to me from afar like the sun giving light forever.
Now your blue eyes and my dark ones can smile