Juliusz Slowacki

(1809 - 1849 / Poland)

Juliusz Slowacki Poems

1. Anhelli - Chapter 7 9/4/2014
2. Anhelli - Chapter 8 9/4/2014
3. Anhelli - Chapter 2 9/4/2014
4. Anhelli - Chapter 6 9/4/2014
5. Anhelli - Chapter 9 9/4/2014
6. Anhelli - Chapter 4 9/4/2014
7. Anhelli - Chapter 10 9/4/2014
8. Anhelli - Chapter 5 9/4/2014
9. Anhelli - Chapter 11 9/4/2014
10. Anhelli - Chapter 3 9/4/2014
11. Anhelli - Chapter 1 4/21/2010
12. Pan Beniowski - Final Part Of Canto Five 1/1/2004

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Pan Beniowski - Final Part Of Canto Five

Surging like a vast current of salmon or sheatfish,
Coiling up and down like an iron serpent
That rears now its torso, now its head,
The armed horsemen breast the prairie grass. --
But hold! my song's device breaks down:
My Muse begs a rest, having drained her cup
Empty of sweet nectar; and so, farewell
To you, on that steppeland rise,


My pair of golden, sun-drenched statues!
My iron ranks wallowing in the grass and herbage!
One needs here the yearning of a Malczewski--
The kind found in men who are half angels.
One ought to sing here; ...

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