The Movement May Change but Cannot Die

POETRY FORMAT, 9 October 2017

Adolf P. Shvedchikov – TRANSCEND Media Service

The movement may change but cannot die,
Eternal movement embraced by fleeting time,
Run, my free verse, and sparkle, rollicking rhyme,
My ardent soul, soar in a turquoise sky!
Inside of that movement there is a billowing life.
It appears constantly on our ancient earth,
Balancing endlessly among death and new birth
In cauldron of turmoil, wars, riots, and strife!

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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 adolfps@gmail.com.

 

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