annamaria stylianidou or stylianides

Rookie (4Th of July 1992 / rumania)

Dark - Poem by annamaria stylianidou or stylianides

when the dark comes down
With lisping laugh and whimper to the red waves
The boats are sailing homeward now across
a shout from grounds so far
your sails and take your rest
just ended when the dark comes down.
When the dark comes down
There shines a star of twilight that is watching
hear lullabies when the dark comes down
There's music in the song they sing and music on the sea
HEAR The loving echoes of the twilight

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  • Georgios Venetopoulos (3/30/2012 9:50:00 PM)

    Beautiful poem, nice arrangement of words.
    I am from Athens, read my poems, if you wish.

    Betrothal Pearls

    Sudden gusts around me are frozen,
    Septentrio is acerbic this odd year,
    Assuming I am wind's well chosen,
    I sense my destiny to adhere.

    Angels from above send this winter,
    October in North Ranges is lonely,
    your icon in mind is an anointer,
    as you descend airy and lovely.

    Supernal you descend, nigh lovely,
    embracing me, dazzle in whirls
    of the wind as snow flies solely,
    to smile with betrothal pearls.

    Septentrio = Northern wind

    © - G. V. - 03/31/2012
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Poem Submitted: Monday, June 6, 2011

Poem Edited: Monday, June 6, 2011

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