Georg Trakl

(3 February 1887 - 3 November 1914 / Salzburg)

Georg Trakl Poems

1. December 4/6/2012
2. I 4/6/2012
3. Hour Of Grief 4/6/2012
4. En-Route 4/6/2012
5. Evening Walk 4/6/2012
6. In Hellbrun 4/6/2012
7. From The Still Days 4/6/2012
8. Gipsy 4/6/2012
9. Nature Theater 4/6/2012
10. Encounter 4/6/2012
11. Sunny Afternoon 4/6/2012
12. The Dream Of An Afternoon 4/6/2012
13. Summer Dawn 4/6/2012
14. The Church 4/6/2012
15. Fairy Tale 4/6/2012
16. Summer Sonata 4/6/2012
17. Luminous Hour 4/6/2012
18. The Saint 4/6/2012
19. To Angela 4/6/2012
20. Justice 4/6/2012
21. The Evening 4/6/2012
22. The Three Ponds In Hellbrunn 4/6/2012
23. In Wine Country 4/6/2012
24. In The Moonlight 4/6/2012
25. Homecoming 4/6/2012
26. Deliriums 4/6/2012
27. Night Song 4/6/2012
28. Decay 4/6/2012
29. The Heart 2/3/2012
30. The Dead Church 4/6/2012
31. To A Woman Passer-By 4/6/2012
32. In The Evening 4/6/2012
33. The Deep Song 4/6/2012
34. The Sun 2/3/2012
35. The Rats 2/3/2012
36. My Heart At Evening 4/6/2012
37. Devotion 4/6/2012
38. Three Dreams 4/6/2012
39. Metamorphosis 4/6/2012
40. The Dark Valley 4/6/2012
Best Poem of Georg Trakl

Winter Evening

When snow falls against the window,
Long sounds the evening bell...
For so many has the table
Been prepared, the house set in order.

From their wandering, many
Come on dark paths to this gateway.
The tree of grace is flowering in gold
Out of the cool sap of the earth.

In stillness, wanderer, step in:
Grief has worn the threshold into stone.
But see: in pure light, glowing
There on the table: bread and wine.

Read the full of Winter Evening

Psalm

It is a light, that the wind has extinguished.
It is a pub on the heath, that a drunk departs in the afternoon.
It is a vineyard, charred and black with holes full of spiders.
It is a space, that they have white-limed with milk.
The madman has died. It is a South Sea island,
Receiving the Sun-God. One makes the drums roar.
The men perform warlike dances.
The women sway their hips in creeping vines and fire-flowers,
Whenever the ocean sings. O our lost Paradise.

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