Fiona Schwartzinoff

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Come, dear friend, it’s night now;
all the world is fast asleep.
Come! Let’s run away,
Far to the shores and deep.
...

'Yes, son.'
'I wish to wear the sky,
When the sky is dark,
That dark, dark blue,
...

I looked in the mirror
And a reflection gazed back.
It was me.
But not the way I saw myself -
...

Sometimes I lay under the sun and believe that there could be nothing more powerful.
Sometimes I look out to the ocean, and believe that there could be nothing more vast.
But then I think of the Hand that gave heat to the sun and the brush that painted the sea,
And I believe, “Truly, what is there greater than He who holds all of the universe fast? ”
...

Waiting in line
at the groceries,
You’re in the aisle
just next to mine.
...

Can you promise that I will be remembered?
That the world will shed a tear
When it realizes there’s no more Fiona,
That she no longer lives here?
...

How dare you imprison God?
He canot be held in your church.
He cannot be held within your stone walls
Nor your sermons or theological search.
...

When the time comes that I vanish,
Remember me when I am gone.
When my footprints fade away
To the land beyond the sun.
...

It warms to the touch like a loved one,
Like a friend one has not seen in years.
Pressing one’s face into its surface
The stone comes to life,
...

I sat in my room, cold and bleak,
The light within grew grey and weak.
I stood to open the door, just a peek,
And I had a love affair.
...

You will be missed.

Your rough red skin peeling
Like the many tourists who enjoyed your shade.
...

I finish the piece.
You smile and nod.
“Beautiful.”
I doubt it. “But…? ”
...

It really is a sorry situation
To live in New York without the means.
But if you’ve got the gift an imagination like mine…
By Jove, the luxuries swell and teem!
...

It really is a sorry situation
To live in New York without the means.
But if you’ve got the gift an imagination like mine…
By Jove, the luxuries swell and teem!
...

I am in this world
Yet not of this world.
I see into wild regions
That in my mind unfurl
...

If you see a mountain of sea-foam,
You know you have seen my soul
Which floats serenely in a realm of blue,
Unnoticed, living to its full.
...

I am washing the dishes in a monotonous bore
When I suddenly pause to assess the air.
There is a mystery floating here and there,
But as soon as I pause, it is no more.
...

Hands folded primly,
Hair falling properly;
Delicate background.
Delicate skin –
...

I am still that little girl
The one who loved seashores
And books and lollipops.
But sometimes… I just forget.
...

Numbers-
I hate them.
Always calculating,
Peering over at you
...

Fiona Schwartzinoff Biography

Once upon a time, there was a girl who lived in a village by the sea. She loved piano, books, trees, fish, and extravagant hats. She had a romance with Beethoven and Chopin. She had tea-time daily with the Bronte sisters. She also had a strong friendship with Emily Dickinson and William Shakespeare. But what is this past tense? She still lives! And her name is Fiona-Mae. Hello, world!)

The Best Poem Of Fiona Schwartzinoff

Come, Dear Friend

Come, dear friend, it’s night now;
all the world is fast asleep.
Come! Let’s run away,
Far to the shores and deep.

Far, far away, dear friend
With no one but God to trust.
There, in the great big somewhere
Where no one may ever find us.

To the place where we can run –
No, fly! – in our very own light;
Where the grass whispers and the trees sing
And the sun is sweet and bright.

Take me now! Hell, I don’t care
About whom I may leave behind.
I want us – and only us.
Whatever else, together, we’ll find.

I want to be where no one will find us.
I want to be where no one will see.
I want to take your hands and laugh
And be in love and be yours and be free!

Take me now! Take me now!
Please! I want to be yours!
I want to break free, dear friend,
From all my cares, from all my bores!

I want to lay in the soft grass
With you so close beside me,
And feel the wind’s sweet, sweet breath
And hear the very earth’s heartbeat.

I want to taste the air that you breathe,
To walk in the peace of your shadow
I want to swim in the deeps of your eyes
And walk in your heart like a meadow.

Come, dear friend, it’s night now;
All the world is fast asleep.
Come! Let’s run away,
Far to the shores and deep.

Far, far away, dear friend
With no one but God to trust.
There, in the great big somewhere
Where no one may ever find us.

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