Liza Sud


My Ego - Poem by Liza Sud

He said that I was his sun,
I was golden walls for him.
And I started to believe,
But doubt sneaked into me.

Because I am not the sun,
I never deserved this name,
Once I saw the real one –
He shined, and he was – the saint!

I never could be a wife,
To give something mine – to him?
Oh no, not a minute out,
The one whom I love is – me!


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in Russian

Он мне сказал, что я солнце,
Его золотые стены,
И я даже стала верить,
Но в душу вошло сомненье.

Ведь я – совсем не светило,
Я этого не заслужила,
Я видела свет настоящий –
Это был святой, блестящий!

Женой никогда не буду,
Дать что-то свое – ему?
О нет, ни одной минуты!
Я только себя люблю!

Topic(s) of this poem: ego


Comments about My Ego by Liza Sud

  • Alice Perfect (11/19/2015 7:20:00 PM)


    are you the whole equation or a part of it?

    the gods (Elohim) made man and woman in their
    images, man and woman
    the gods, man and woman power made equal
    beings, man and woman,
    when they learn to play together
    they can develop One heart and mind
    and be ONE unit, perfectly balanced

    at least that is one option!
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  • Shahin Latif (11/19/2015 6:45:00 PM)


    Lovely poem. I like this. So, thank you so much dearest poet Liza Sud. Be happy always. (Report) Reply

  • Shakil Ahmed (11/19/2015 7:49:00 AM)


    I never could be a wife,
    To give something mine – to him?
    Oh no, not a minute out,
    The one whom I love is – me! - - Beautiful ending, you have adorned the poem with beautiful images and words, thanks for sharing.
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Poem Submitted: Thursday, November 19, 2015



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