Dorota Szumilas

Rejoicing Trifles - Poem by Dorota Szumilas

Thank you
for those words
in such a beautiful way
so warm

For words
of encouragement
in such sad
moments of the day

You advised
to rejoice trifles
that the wind is blowing
the backrest comfortable
cherries taste good

In your writings you said
to rejoice every moment
short perspective

So I rejoice
this very moment
when I find myself writing this poem

For you
and for myself

and for everyone
who escapes
the moments of joy
now exactly

(transl. Annaya Chomczyk)

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, March 10, 2009

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