Poems by Milutin DJURICKOVIC / Translated into Bahasa MELAYU by Siti Ruqaiyah HASHIM

Poems by Milutin DJURICKOVIC

Born in Kosovo and now a professor in College of Professional Studies Aleksinac, Belgrade. A Phd holder in Philosophy in University of East Sarajevo. He is a prolific writer and writes a lot in newspapers and magazines in Serbia and overseas in the genre of poems, short stories, novels, children’s books and essays. His works appeared in 40 anthologies and translated into many foreign languages despite 55 children’s books published. A member of Rojal Academy of Serbia and Associations of Journalists of Serbia.

 

“PEACE IS ALWAYS BEAUTIFUL” (Walt Whitman).

There is the Hellenic sea
listening to us:
seagulls, shores,
ships, chronicle.

My hometown is
just s story
in the silence of centuries.

An old olive tree
Told me

 

“KEAMANAN ITU SELALU INDAH’ (Walt Whitman)

Di situ laut Hellenic 
mendengar kami 
burung camar, pantai, 
kapal, kisah lama

Pekan ku 
hanyalah sebuah cerita 
yang senyap-sunyi sejak berkurun

sepohon zaitun tua 
menceritakannya kepada ku.

 

FREEDOM

You, always
watching the sky
full of birds.
You not feeling
the flow of time,
yet knowing
all the old roads.
You must be
a tramp.
The olive branch
that I bring to you,
is a symbol of peace
and freedom…..

 

KEBEBASAN

Kau yang selalu 
merenung awan 
yang di penuhi burung. 
Kau yang tidak berfikir 
seperti yang difikirkan 
oleh orang lain 
tapi mengetahui 
segala helah lama. 
Pasti engkau 
Seorang gelandangan. 
Ranting ini 
ku hulurkan untuk mu 
sebagai simbul keamanan 
dan kebebasan mu.

 

Translated into Bahasa MELAYU by Siti Ruqaiyah HASHIM

FROM: NEWS FROM STRASBOURG ANTHOLOGY.

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