Daniele Pinna


Inspiring Sprinkle From A January Sky - Poem by Daniele Pinna

Let it snow,
may it drop;
quench my soul;
please don’t stop!

Fog my eyes
and clear my spirit
display my life
as I have lived it!

Oh, soft pearls from the ruling clouds,
enrich the land;
make us proud!

Oh, dear cloak for the barren land,
caress everything;
provoke man!

Make us ungrant
all that we have;
through generosity,
help us remove
all that is sad.

Awake our unconscious,
perturb the conscience,
make us see
what makes best sense.

See to us;
nurture us;
hurt us;
hate;
make us fight for what is great!

Protect our thoughts;
shield our intent;
strengthen our willing;
make us see where we’re living!

Pick the locks in our hearts;
de-slave the mind for our cause.
Force us;
slap us;
break us in;
change our lives from within.

Show your softness
And your hardness;
tear the roots of our evilness.

Gently floating in the winter skies,
don’t just make us sing lullabies.

Docile whisperer,
cold-month seasoning,
you are so simple,
yet full of meaning.

Impose your wiseness;
display your beauty;
compel all nature
to adore thee.

Everlasting feathers in our skies,
you are so mystical to our eyes;
you are so magical to our touch;
you can be so powerful in our lives.

So, inspire what is,
and what is not;
let it snow,
may you rape our thoughts.

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Poem Submitted: Monday, March 7, 2005



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