Titus Llewellyn Poems
|1.||Ode On A Pedestal||8/16/2009|
|2.||Let Death Not Be Displaced Than Found Afar||8/16/2009|
|3.||Erinyes - The Furies||8/16/2009|
|4.||Un Caneton Heureux||8/16/2009|
|5.||For The Sake Of Avarice||8/16/2009|
|6.||Socors Fraudulentus Frendo||8/16/2009|
|8.||Dead Sea Scrolls - Codex||8/16/2009|
|9.||Waiting For Godot, Doggon It!||8/16/2009|
|11.||Fields Of Gold - Pantoum||8/16/2009|
|13.||Moods Of The Macabre||8/16/2009|
|14.||Dionysus & Ariadne||8/16/2009|
|15.||Soothing The Sense Of Whole||8/16/2009|
|16.||Sappho - Love Without Limits||8/16/2009|
|17.||The Courtship Of Nightingales||8/16/2009|
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Sappho - Love Without Limits
Sappho circa 630 B.C.
Aroused? I am no more contented by the lyre,
than my body is depicting change to harps.
Having seduced you doubt and prominence;
cast the contemporary eyes over a matter of things,
warily - you have judged accordingly to discord-
partaking too much the odd variety to which we caper!
Gender pursues itself needy to the self mutterings,
as an otherwise check on one's insanity,
then you scurryan allegiance for valuation purposes
the rudimentary shapes despised by often as not.
So there's symmetry between these gods ...
Ode On A Pedestal
THOU hast submitted faith to commonplace,
and either way the routine life shows least,
unsure endeavours whom it canst replace
how wantonsome had deepest sleep increased:
What curse hast deep encouraged this restraint? 5
whence deities hast legend the Greek urns,