I Came to This Violent World
POETRY FORMAT, 27 Nov 2017
I came to this violent world
To live in the glory of love,
To tell you my cordial word,
To bring you the peace like dove.
I wandered so long
Being tested by mankind’s grief.
I’m fed up with sorrowful song
About lonely torn leaf.
I came here to be with all
From sunrise to sunset,
From green spring to fading fall,
And I’ll never ever forget
Fragrant smell of the fresh hay,
The juicy flavor of orange’s gold,
Heavy traffic of stuffy freeway,
Heaven’s melody of perpetual world.
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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