Maria C. Pires Costa
Biography of Maria C. Pires Costa
I live with my husband and two sons in this quiet, sunny side of Europe, Portugal.
Writing (very modestly) has been part of my personal interests, and it always provides me with much energy and motivation to face hard times.
It also invites me to reflect on the surrounding world, and when it comes to poem writing that's so particular.We really enjoy sharing simple thoughts and feelings, especially when we think we might be helping others.
Meanwhile, we have joined this large community to keep learning a lot from You!
We do revere many acclaimed poets who will always be living and inspiring our days. John Keats, Percy Bysshe Shelley, William Wordsworth, W.B.Yeats, Edgar A. Poe, William Blake, William Shakespeare, Ralph Waldo Emerson, Rumi, Rabindranath Tagore, and the contemporary Naomi Shihab Nye, Jackie Kay, Andrew Motion, amidst others.
Maria C. Pires Costa Poems
There is no wind blowing The tree stands green, serene. It enjoys the bird's singing And wonders: 'What does it mean? '
From Destruction To Reconstruction
From images of devastation, deep pain, and sometimes even revolt, come before our eyes living tokens of humanitarianism, solidarity, cooperation -
... For Our Soul To Nurture
They are friendly, entertaining, mysterious, Addressing different themes, issues, Telling us diverse life stories Much more exciting than news.
In Joy And Sorrow
What glorious times she has lived! Bright days of enthusiasm for her activity Surrounded by lots of friends and a happy family! Now treasuring plenty of gifts received...
A Sweet Haven
Today I'm not in my usual mood to face things in life as I would... Sad thoughts of loss of our beloved, and missing talks of other dearly loved
A Song Of Joy
From the top of the mountains We breathed the pure air Enjoying the stunning, awe-inspiring views, That stretched around there.
A Gesture Of Love
From dawn till dusk They are compliant With every principle and task. They are humble, obedient,
They say that my lines convey serenity, peace, harmony. But I wonder: does it inhabit in those thoughts some fantasy? A little of bravery?
We've stared at their faces - desolate, devastated- By flowing tears flooded. Every image portrayed Their lively dreams suddenly disappeared.
If You Can...
If you can see the sun shining, And listen to birds cheerfully chirping, Seize that harmony in Nature For it can bring peace to every creature...
É ter e não ter É alegria e dor Em cada dia desde o amanhecer. É lidar, actuar, recordar,
Crowds gather around Tahrir Square Fighting for a change... fair. From here we sense people's anxiety Longing for a better future
Abro Janelas Para O Mundo...
Pergunto-me por que razão isto acontece...? O sono ainda não obedece O coração quase estremece
A Special Request
I have no time To waste any longer. I just want to live Each day in wonder.
Is there any war worth its aims and targets?
Shall we accept winners and losers
Keeping on fighting and threatening with continuous air strikes?
Do you really think this is a question of...
power, justice, bravery, and determination?
Do international leaders feel it as an accomplishment?
Do they end up feeling more tranquil