Mount with heaven-pointed peak,
Steady in blue dream.
Beaten by ancient hate
With chain whips
The flattened plain, hungry for height,
Watches its chance to rise above you,
Bring you the dust
Roused by flocks and clumps of men.
Mount, censers of springs,
Altar of hawks, house of suns,
Denying the brief flower
Drunk with its fragrance -
You at the margin of great mysteries
Are a sign of lasting power,
Most hemmed-in of stars!
Our soul, flimsy and poor,
Knows nothing of springs and harvests.
Our hope wanders among us,
Leaves its faint track in the mud,
A wheel with gold spokes.
This poem has not been translated into any other language yet.I would like to translate this poem