Oskar Hansen


Oskar Hansen Poems

1841. The Killing 8/16/2010
1842. The King And Me 4/29/2013
1843. The Kismet 1/25/2017
1844. The Kiss 12/29/2015
1845. The Lady Sings The Blues 4/10/2013
1846. The Lapish People 10/13/2016
1847. The Last Convict 7/23/2015
1848. The Last Dance 3/21/2012
1849. The Last Day 5/18/2017
1850. The Last Forenoon 5/16/2015
1851. The Last Hospital Stay 11/24/2015
1852. The Last Soldier 1/24/2014
1853. The Last Sunday Of October 11/2/2011
1854. The Last Viking 11/11/2015
1855. The Law Rider 4/10/2013
1856. The Lay Of The Land 2/1/2016
1857. The Leaf 10/15/2010
1858. The Legend 12/7/2012
1859. The Less Important 1 7/27/2016
1860. The Life Of A War Horse 1/30/2014
1861. The Life Of Fishes 4/14/2017
1862. The Loneliness Of Fame 11/3/2017
1863. The Lonely Walk 8/31/2016
1864. The Long Doze 12/7/2010
1865. The Long Goodbye 11/19/2013
1866. The Long Journey 3/31/2011
1867. The Long Road 5/19/2016
1868. The Longest Dream 7/6/2011
1869. The Longest Fall 10/11/2017
1870. The Longest Sleep 1 12/1/2016
1871. The Loss 10/17/2014
1872. The Lost President 11/7/2008
1873. The Lost Tribe 4/30/2016
1874. The Love Affair 11/13/2014
1875. The Lovely Couple 2/2/2009
1876. The Lucky Break 5/9/2011
1877. The Lunch 8/21/2015
1878. The Mad Years 1/28/2017
1879. The Magician. 7/15/2011
1880. The Malady 4/4/2017

Comments about Oskar Hansen

  • Dimitrios Galanis Dimitrios Galanis (1/14/2016 1:20:00 PM)

    I do like your poems, my dear.It would be interesting to me to read poems of yours in portugues.Lately I finished reading Οdisseia, traduçao de Frederico Lourenco.

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  • Ann Beard Ann Beard (4/16/2009 3:02:00 AM)

    I loved the simplicity of this poem, almost dreamlike, very sweet. Kind regards Ann.
    I have had a problem submitting this comment, your page kept blanking out, so if it shows up more than once my apologies.

Best Poem of Oskar Hansen

A Cairo Rose

A Cairo Rose

Lily white was his shirt
A red rose sprung from his chest,
It grew bigger and wider,
Too heavy for the man who fell into the dust;
The rose liquefied.
Around him an air of stillness.

Read the full of A Cairo Rose

The Sea

The Sea.

I was an orphan lost on the vast plateau
of land till I came to the coast and saw
the sea wench all beginnings sprang;

yet I swim close to shore where the sea
is clear and has no dark, mysterious spots,
she is a greedy mother her love is total;

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