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Poems By Poet Peter S. Quinn  7/10/2014 4:37:41 AM
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  1285.     

Flgur krummi (from, Nokkur n slensk smlj)

Flgur krummi
nttmyrkri
einn hann er fer

Krunkar hann og krunkar
a kalt s nna ti

Krunkar hann og krunkar
a brtt fari vetur a hera
krunkar hann og krunkar
a von s allra vera

Flgur krummi
dagrenningu
vi lga geisla slar

Einmanalegt er ti
lgnttinu


*Soon to be translated to English, and put in lines here below.
 
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  1286.     

Foggy Day

Foggy day in the street
Of its wandering play
Giving shadows on concrete
As they grow long their way
Thru the moments of twist
That the streets are now in
And gray morning has kissed
With a diffusional spin

Every hour in its gray
As the evening passes thru
And kids in streets play
For each opportunity new
When feelings are in laughter
In every moments awake
And what there comes after
In their giving and take

Foggy day in the city
Like a haze of the grays
So much playful and witty
That is now in its haze
Sideway kids there talking
Youth of hope and a smile
Brussels playground walking
For its enduring while

Foggy day in the street
Of its wandering play
Giving shadows on concrete
As they grow long their way
Whisper dark soon there
With its nocturnal sleep
As darkness is everywhere
In their dreams to keep
 
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  1287.     

Follow the Sun

Your light is so flying
Onto a new fantasy
Your hands outstretch and trying
To follow the sun to be
A night worth its debating
To bring to a closer way
Every new footstep rating
To see clearance of new day

In hours of lives awaking
So much is still to come
As daylight to dark is breaking
To make a blue sky blossom
Still sun so deep in shining
From under oceans vast
To glow on horizon lining
With that last day has lost

Your hands wings in stretching
To take wing on and drift
And light of another day fetching
For ways of spirits uplift
Playfully to go thru and on
Finding the moments answer
Until that day is also gone
By mode of the spirit and dancer
 
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  1288.     

Follow Your Dreams (from, MySpace)

Follow your dreams that go by
Filling each moment on
Feelings of love low and high
Until each thought is gone
Closeness to them is everything
Of every hour everyday
They are the reason I still sing
Into departures that can't stay

Yesterdays are to remember
With every its old song to borrow
Like the leaves of reddish amber
Or dawn rising once more tomorrow
But our dreams never come true
They are only in the heart to glow
Mind-sets and thoughts to renew
Before they for evermore shall go

Follow your dreams for they leave
Everything is at all times falling
Hours will come of lost and grieve
And again to those times calling
 
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