Marieta's Poems

Here's the list of poems submitted by Marieta  —  There are currently 11 poems total — keep up the great work!

Villanelle For Rabindranath Tagore

From Sanskrit, he freed the writing songs and the art While spurning the resisting linguistic structures. The lines of ‘Song Offerings’ came from his pure heart. In Bengal renaissance, he wouldn’t stand apart. To West, he introduced the Indi...

by Marieta Maglas

added by Marieta
3 years ago

One for my Baby

His single-mindedness has been gone. Became contradictory. Relinquished to fight with his chimaera. Now, he denudes, takes off his self. Dismembers. His lulls have to give shape to his own abyss, as well as to open the portal of enlightenm...

by Marieta Maglas

added by Marieta
3 years ago

Pantoum for the Dancing Cranes

Exciting, jumping, bowing, and voicing In jerky sequence, their deep possession, And in the meadow, their high rejoicing Reflect a sense of controlled aggression. In jerky sequence, their deep possession Engendering hope for a free future,...

by Marieta Maglas

added by Marieta
3 years ago

I'm no Longer Blind (Quatern Poetry)

Dear Lord, please have mercy on me, You're always near my painful soul, You are my focus and my goal, In the falling rain, I'm your tree. Help me, because I'm a sinner. Dear Lord, please have mercy on me. 'Cause I'm Y...

by Marieta Maglas

added by Marieta
3 years ago

Rondeau Redouble for Paddy

It's time to ring Church bells on this new day, When dawn still means sad tears for a friend, A very dear friend who's gone away 'Cause fought a fight of faith until the end. The bark and leaves of willow tree still bend, His ti...

by Marieta Maglas

added by Marieta
3 years ago

Spring (Double Rondelet Triolet)

With a deep touch, The red poppy awakes the grass. With a deep touch, Red wants Green's vibration so much, The sun awakes the sky's watch glass. The sky vibrates like a string bass, With a deep touch. The red flowers bloom in the Sp...

by Marieta Maglas

added by Marieta
3 years ago

Kyrielle Sonnet for George Sand and Frédéric Chopin

Searching for their love ideal To plant there a dawn so real, God gave them hope to go ahead And palm flowers for their dream bed. In their naked room without windows, Not touched by the innuendos, Music was their way to be wed And pal...

by Marieta Maglas

added by Marieta
3 years ago

Oscar Wilde in Prison (Pantoum)

In prison, Wilde learned to live from Verlaine and Kropotkin Some methods to reach the ultimate achievement of wisdom. While understanding Christ, he was overwhelmed with chagrin. Enduring humility, he saw the Holy Kingdom. Once reaching th...

by Marieta Maglas

added by Marieta
3 years ago

God Breaks the Chains (Sestina Poetry)

Alas, when nothing ever goes my way I try to keep my goals within my sight. I hope that they can lead to joy someday, While overpass this metaphoric night. Among those crazy things leading to doom, I am quite melancholic in the gloom. My life may...

by Marieta Maglas

added by Marieta
3 years ago

The Butterfly (The Mirror Sestet Poetry)

Delight adorns butterfly's fluttering wings in flight, Flight is his beauty and the anemones' delight. Wings flutter freely and the fragile spring can swing, Swing dances he teaches the white flowers with his wing. Breeze finds him...

by Marieta Maglas

added by Marieta
3 years ago

The Object of Love

Love is not what we are calling an object. Yet, it is still an object. It has functions & variables. It is so fundamental in the sense of thinking and builds peace. Missing love is a suffering lion, extended vowels in the absence of The Lord....

by Marieta Maglas

added by Marieta
3 years ago

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