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O noon of life! A time to celebrate!
Oh garden of summer!
Restless happiness in standing, gazing, waiting:—
I wait for friends, ready day and night.
You friends, where are you? Come! It's time! It's time!

Was it not for you that the glacier's grayness
today decked itself with roses?
The stream is seeking you, and wind and clouds
with yearning push themselves higher into the blue today
to look for you from the furthest bird's eye view.
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Sina Sanjari 06 November 2015
The song is done—the sweet cry of yearning died in my mouth: A magician did it, a friend at the right hour, a noontime friend—no! Do not ask who it might be— it was at noon when one turned into two....
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Afrooz Jafarinoor 06 November 2015
Noon of life! How I like this metaphor of the middle age!
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Rahman Henry 06 November 2015
Nietzsche is full of philosophy. Wonderful poem.
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John Hardesty 10 July 2013
Nietzsche describes man in his best hour, full of life, and acceptance, a wedding! The feast of all feasts but, it is Zoroaster, the god of divine wisdom, that he was so glad to see! ! !
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