Poems by Miradije Ramiqi ( Kosova)

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Poems by Miradije Ramiqi ( Kosova)

 

 

On the Crossroad

 

Now I don’t know

Yet have I descend within myself

 

Or I have gone out of it

 

With one more tear

I have taken this road

To get there once

Without getting old from waiting

 

On the crossroad

From where I ’m being chased thro ugh wrinkles

That the longing steadily increases them

 

New I don’t know

Have I gone out myself

Or I’m closed in it.

 

 

 

I’m undressing the Nightgown

 

From where in this white room

Barricades made of cats’ nails

At the Studio starts to drip the sadness

 

The blood my first neighbor woke me again

From the winter sleep of tanned skin

To continue my travel through landscape

 

Which was stopped here many centuries ago

Unfinished drawing in black canvas

To undress the nightgown

 

The silence to turn into a candle I wonder

To go out of the wall that walls me.

 

 

 

Thirsty

 

While I was painting your portrait

A tear mixed the colours

 

The glass is dry

 

A tear of pain

Love of color

Was absorbed by canvas

 

 

 

The glass is broken

 

While I felt your presence

A tear is mixing colors

Where is your poor portrait

I wonder, what happened with thirsty.

Tomorrow I’ll die

 

Tomorrow I’ll die

If you say so

With the morning’s goodbye

I’ll   take the goodness of life

And with the newspapers

 

Latest news

Then the greetings of the books on the shelf

I’ Il take by myself with the pain of soul

Tomorrow I’ Il take the death with myself.

 

 

 

The first event burning in flames

 

A map of my blood

Compiled with pains

Wrinkled face through the Time

Your portrait disappeared in centuries

Freedom my pure craving

Burnt color in painting

While melting in flames

My soul in eternity

In expectation

With a broken whispering.

LITERARY MAGAZINE ATUNIS NR.3 – 4 , MAY 2016
A PUBLICATION OF POETICAL GALAXY  “ ATUNIS”

 

 

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