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  Love
by Liana Margiva
Sunday, February 20, 2011
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Poetry by Liana Margiva


Love, have you heard the call of heart?

It yearned for you like flowers yearn for Sun.

I knew it, I believed beyond the doubt

That near or far away beneath this endless sky

A soul that yearns for me I finally will find.

 

A soul that countless times did lose its way

Mistakenly with others did it stay,

But then, mistake acknowledged, it would flee

Its wings wide spread, on lengthy quest for me.

 

Life river’s mighty waters churned the time,

And drowned my youth and chilled my blood

That used to simmer on the fire of love.

The shine of eyes, reflection of the fire

That burned in soul and fed my love’s desire

Extinguished was…

 

The youth, a passing instant, it was gone

And with it gone were sweet dreams and desires,

And Spring has lost its cute fragrance of love.

And stars have lost their luster up above.

The only thing that lingers in the shadows

Is bitter taste of disappointments past.

 

Love, before me you appeared

When all my hopes had faded in a fog.

Now, feed the hungry heart,

Don’t let a tiny spark that’s left of huge bonfire

To vanish and become a speck of ash!

 

Allow the heart to cry out the pain

That’s stuck in it like nasty jagged splinter,

Fire up extinguished passion and allow

Dreams’ glowing ambers to blaze again!

 

Brush your sweet cheek against my lifeless face:

It knew the sorrow’s pain and desperation’s taste

When Solitude caressed it in your place.

And touch the lips that ceased not waiting,

Let them the gates of paradise to pass

When our hearts will join as one at last.

 

They almost turned to stone in wait for you.

The long-awaited Love’s kiss is as blissful

As fragrant air in the Garden of Eden.

So, kiss me on the eyes, my love and dry

The tears that flow profusely from my heart.

 

And whisper in my ear that you missed me,

My image kept and cherished in your heart

And I’ll forget the pain and solitude

That life me so generously offered.

 

Chase away the sorrow

That made a nest for years in my heart.

Don’t let it the soul before its time expire,

Embrace it, wrap your wings around it

So it may now awake from sickly slumber!

 

 

By Liana Margiva

Translated from Russian by Anatol Kardiukov




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Reviewed by Joy Hale 5/22/2011
Your poem deeply touched the romantic side of me, one word cascading into another, reaching into the depths of the soul. Just beautiful!

Joy L. Hale
Reviewed by MaryGrace Patterson 3/5/2011
Dear Liana , Your poems are writtetn like no others I know ! They have such depth and touch ones soul with their message and purity. The word are woven to paint pictures that are engraved and linger in ones heart ....Love, MaryGrace
Reviewed by Axilea MU 2/27/2011
The call is very intense. Let this be the end of solitude, already chased by the company of such beautiful words.

Axilea
Reviewed by Don Juan Amante 2/26/2011
dear lady this is an absolutely incredible poem, deeply heart touching and well written.
Reviewed by Diana Wiles 2/26/2011
Oh how I love the fullness of words and sentiment in this beautiful and heartfelt piece of writing...It moved me profoundly...Perfect!and it seems like nothing was lost in the translation...do you agree?

Love, Diana...
Reviewed by JMS Bell 2/24/2011
LIANA, IT NEVER FAILS; I COME PERIODICALLY BACK AND FORTH TO YOUR DEN...LOOKING FOR A NEW WORK(I'VE READ ALL THE OTHERS)AND MANY TIMES, I MUST ADMIT, I AM DISAPPOINTED WHEN THERE IS NONE...BUT...ALWAYS, ALWAYS WHEN AT LAST YOU POST A NEW WORK...I READ IT AND ENJOY IT LIKE A PIECE OF SUCCULENT FRUIT THAT I CANNOT OFTEN GET, BUT SO ENJOY WHEN I DO GET IT. SO FULL AND SO SATISFYING IS THIS OFFERING WHICH EXPRESSES THE BEAUTY OF LOVE...REBORN. I SAT BACK, FOLDED MY ARMS AND THOUGHT...AGAIN...IT WAS WELL WORTH THE WAIT. THANK YOU, MY FRIEND, AND BLESSINGS, LOVE & FAITH TO YOU.
JOYCE * HIS INSPIRATIONS
Reviewed by Mary Rincon 2/23/2011
Beautiful,Allow the heart to cry out the pain ,thats the begining of healing,
Reviewed by La Belle Rouge Poetess Of The Heart 2/23/2011
Liana you don't post that often but your gorgeous poetry is worth the wait. Breathtaking beauty.
Reviewed by Sheila Roy 2/21/2011
A strong and beautiful sense of evolution in this poem, Liana. Without that change, however painful, we grow stagnate and die. Hugs,
Sheila
Reviewed by Chantilly Lace (Reader) 2/21/2011
Very beautiful indeed sweet lady..Hugss
Reviewed by Karen Vanderlaan 2/21/2011
beautiful image, incredibly well written verse!
Reviewed by Amor Sabor 2/20/2011
"He who cannot define love...can never find love" -Amor
Liana, you have defined love well.
Reviewed by Micki Peluso 2/20/2011
Dear Liana,
Achingly beautiful, haunting, wistful, full of hope, mingled with despair. I love it, especially this line "But then, mistake acknowledged, it would flee
Its wings wide spread, on lengthy quest for me." This is one of your best!

Love Micki
Reviewed by Susan Bergeron 2/20/2011
beautiful and I love the picture also
Reviewed by Mary Metcalf 2/20/2011
dearest liama, the heart know no boundries, your words prove that to me. you speak of the tenderness, the longing, the eternal wait for two hearts seperated waiting to once more be united. it was beautiful to read, feel, and to visulize the yearning each word possessed. thank you for shareing your heart.
love and hugs
mary etta
Reviewed by Jerry Bolton (Reader) 2/20/2011
Never read a better poem about that sometimes elusive thing called love. Very nice.
Reviewed by Regis Auffray 2/20/2011
A most lovely ode to love; so meaningful and close to my heart, Liana. Thank you for sharing this gift. Love and best wishes to you,

Regis
Reviewed by Morgan Merriweather 2/20/2011
so beautiful. Morgan
Reviewed by George Carroll 2/20/2011
What a beautiful picture of a little chick waiting to partake of its dinner and a poem that exposes a heart that has beaten too many times and now has found the reason for its beating which it had yearned for endlessly. Splendid poetry.

George
Reviewed by Chip Bergeron 2/20/2011
Liana: This sounds like somewhere I've been in my life. Thank you for sharing.

Chip Bergeron
Reviewed by Gene Williamson 2/20/2011
Liana, the love that seeds your heart blossoms again
in your lovely poetry. -gene.
Reviewed by Felix Perry 2/20/2011
A romantic saga in verse that warms the hearts of the people who love romance and happy endings. well done my friend...
Fee
Reviewed by TONY NERONE 2/20/2011
This was an extremely lovely poetry, Liana.
Namaste
Tony
Reviewed by Christine Tsen 2/20/2011
Absolutely gorgeous Liana!!!
Blessings,
Christine
Reviewed by kg cummings 2/20/2011
filled with emotion and heart longing feelings. excellent work.
Kathy

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