Emmanuel George Cefai
Hasting Gardens - Poem by Emmanuel George Cefai
I came to Hasting Gardens now
For man the human has full right
To breathe the air as free
Always in life
And see the pining dusk
Enjoy the night of stars
The winds, tempests and rain
The rising of the Dawn
Fundamental human rights
As any other and more.
They be too irreversible, irreplaceable and
Therefore I hied me to these gardens
So to scent
In the wild scent of flowers and of
In to the cries and songs of owls and
In to the sights of hedgehogs crossing
Between hedge and hedge along the
Long have suffered throughout life
Work nullified by malice, enemies
Who lazy but malicious triumph,
To all length they arrive:
They have arrived, I not
And took by stealth
And I have lost through stealth
What I worked for.
That’s part of Earth.
Here in this temple of the Soul
My Soul finds rest
And wills the other Souls.
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