Where are you,Love,today?

Joseph Berolo 1934 (Bogotá)



Where are you, Love, today?                                                                                                                            Where in bursts or sighs upon the wind your pointed arrow seeking love in earnest fly traverse the sky,                                                                                                                            voluptuous dream of younger days?                                                                                                                           Heed my call ¡Oh Love!                                                                                                                             to the feast of flowers,                                                                                                                            subtle, shrewd, winged elf,                                                                                                                             of ardor reason,                                                                                                                            to the blessing wedding of my rapt in heaven.                                                                                                                            Voi che sapete, che cosa e amor?                                                                                                                             inquire the Cherubino in me;                                                                                                                            You, the sweetest thing of all things sweet,                                                                                                                            scoffers mean define                                                                                                                            "state of perceptual anesthesia"                                                                                                                             "light we all see and know not                                                                                                                             what to do with it"
                                                                                                                            Where are you, Love, today?                                                                                                                           All I know of so much join and pain is Thou!
All I know is of Thou always with me!

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You, the sweetest thing of all things sweet,

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Written on April 14, 1981

Submitted by aveviajera on December 09, 2022

Modified on March 05, 2023

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Joseph Berolo

Joseph Berolo, Colombian born. swiss italian descendant. Poet and writer founder of Naciones Unidas de las Letras, United Nations of the Arts dedicated to promote world peace and harmony through the teaching of poetry and the Fine Arts in the heart and minds of young people,. more…

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