Mihai Eminescu

(15 January 1850 – 15 June 1889 / Botoşani/Moldavia)

Mihai Eminescu Poems

1. Sonnet Vi 8/1/2008
2. The Brazen Bells Of Midnight... 8/1/2008
3. Of All The Ships 8/1/2008
4. Sonnet V 8/1/2008
5. Ode In Antique Metre 8/1/2008
6. To The Star 8/1/2008
7. The Vesper 8/1/2008

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The Vesper

Once on a time, as poets sing
High tales with fancy laden,
Born of a very noble king
There lived a wondrous maiden.

An only child, her kinsfolk boon,
So fair, imagination faints;
As though amidst the stars the moon,
Or Mary amidst the saints

From 'neath the castle's dark retreat,
Her silent way she wended
Each evening to the window-seat
Where Lucifer attended.

And secretly, with never fail,
She watched his double race,
Where vessels drew their pathless trail
Across the ocean's face.

And as intent she drank his ...

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