Walter William Safar
Walter William Safar Poems
|1.||Tell Me, Rose||10/10/2011|
|2.||A Letter To My Beloved||10/10/2011|
|3.||My Dear Old Mother||10/10/2011|
|7.||The Poet And Imagination||10/10/2011|
|9.||In The Name Of Eternal Love||10/10/2011|
|12.||A Poem To My Beloved||1/20/2012|
|17.||Charles Dickens And Me||5/11/2012|
|18.||Ode To Poertry||4/15/2015|
|19.||Crystal Tears And Blues||5/11/2012|
|20.||An Ode To Inspiration||5/11/2012|
|21.||The Last Voyage||1/20/2012|
|22.||The Old Man And The Butterfly||10/10/2011|
|23.||A Window Into The World||10/10/2011|
It is good to see You
flying there in the abundance of crimson and gold,
amidst the great world,
agleam with the flush of sunlight.
This is why my heart is so full now,
I am moved to tears by the thought:
'You see, You are the patron of mankind,
and the little dignity it has was Your work! '
I, the poet, the dreamy child of solitude,
Your faithful servant,
can once again cry with joy, and You can cry with me,
because there is no other ruler I would serve as faithfully as You.
Whenever I look at the stars I think of those who suffer
in faraway ...
In the dreamlit night I chase shadows
to their rest,
and I stare at the colorless land
to direct infinity towards the place where imagination rules,
and the adventurous wind
that scatters dreams into this dreamlit night,
and the dreamlit night caresses the golden wings of the heavenly bird,
because it knows that this is the bird
that gives birth to colored dreams.