When will you come again

when will you come again
I say you, my blossoming girl,
You fly home in the spring
And for home my children’s fairy tales.
my love you
Armed with the arrows of death.
when will you come again

I return dusty
From half a century away
To build with my fifty years
A little house
To sit inside
And to wait for you.

That’s why I also bought a cage
Full of songs.
And a cot
Where should I take you?
And throw you up to the clouds.

Come. And you will see.
I will climb with our ladder
In our little arbor,
To cut you a star
who is waiting for me there
Ever since I was a kid…
Menelaos Ludemis


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Beautiful poem @AIRAM

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thank you, it is by the Greek poet Ludemis!

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How pretty! Thanks for sharing!

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Beautiful poem- I feel like it would go well with music to make a lovely song! :notes: :smiling_face_with_three_hearts:

Thank you for sharing, @AIRAM! :heart:

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