Jolanta Gradowicz


Jolanta Gradowicz Poems

41. Torment 5/11/2006
42. There Is A Land 5/11/2006
43. To The Ice-Cold Heart 4/20/2006
44. I’m Writing To You Out Of Habit 4/20/2006
45. I Light Candles On Your Grave 4/20/2006
46. It's All Gone 4/20/2006
47. She Set Her Mind 4/20/2006
48. We – Not We 4/20/2006
49. Lonnie (To Jack) 4/20/2006
50. We’ll Go... 4/20/2006
51. Incentive 12/3/2006
52. Helplessness 12/9/2006
53. New Year 12/26/2006
54. Bygone Day 1/3/2007
55. I Really Love Him (To Hacker) 1/6/2007
56. Her Sorrow Looks For A Company 1/8/2007
57. Homeland 1/12/2007
58. Lighthouse 1/18/2007
59. Stupid Situation 1/20/2007
60. Goodbye 1/23/2007
61. I Don’t Know (To Mc) 1/25/2007
62. Love 2/2/2007
63. I’ll Find You Some Day (To Linda) 2/8/2007
64. Platform Eleven (To Marlicia) 2/9/2007
65. Ice Palace 2/15/2007
66. Awakening 2/23/2007
67. Stress 3/18/2007
68. Choice 3/31/2007
69. His Letters 4/2/2007
70. Examination Of Conscience 4/5/2007
71. City Of Angels 4/10/2007
72. Is It All Just A Memory? 4/20/2006
73. The Little Cross 4/20/2006
74. The Magic Time 4/20/2006
75. It Does Happen 4/20/2006
76. The Path 4/20/2006
77. More Or Less 10/23/2006
78. Hello 10/28/2006
79. When I Close My Eyes Some Day 10/30/2006
80. Hope 11/2/2006
Best Poem of Jolanta Gradowicz

A Flower

A beautiful Flower is growing here
In the sunny, and neat, and tidy place.
Its leaves and petals seem fine and clear.
I dream to pick it gently and embrace.

But the Flower doesn’t belong to me,
And someone else will enjoy its odor.
Someone’s hands planted it under the tree
In the fresh, crystal clear air.

I can’t resist its exceptionality,
And leave it indifferently, and go on.
I look at it with curiosity
While it seduces me in the sun…

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To Emily D.

You could touch life like nobody else.
When you put your letters in a drawer,
You had to feel isolated and worse -
You wanted to love – more and more…

Your verses - short subtle messages –
Disappeared in a dark wooden box.
Those works of art, the little miracles
Were waiting patiently like ships for docks.

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