Being Seed Thrown from Universe
POETRY FORMAT, 29 May 2017
Being seed thrown from universe,
I am like a farewell beam,
I’ll shine a little on the ground
And later will be lost when the time comes.
I found here my terrestrial body
And a passionate, enthusiastic soul,
While the path was not going well,
Perhaps someone listened to my song.
I left in it my own pattern
For the eye, it is so touched.
In it there was an outline of the snow peaks,
And tangibly summer yearning…
Farewell, my terrestrial hospitable house,
Where the sweet moments flew,
It was so warm and cozy at home,
My bright world, the source of inspiration!
Dr. Adolf P. Shvedchikov is a Russian scientist, poet and translator. He has published over 150 scientific papers and 16 books in poetry. His poems has been translated into many languages and has been published in Russia, USA, Brazil, India, Japan, Korea, Spain, France, Greece, UK, Italy, Romania, Albania and Australia. In 2013 he was nominated for the Nobel Prize for Literature. He may be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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