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Fragmenta
by Max Reno

Monday, December 03, 2007
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Happiness

Happiness,
rare and precious friend,
let me howl
under your influence:
I am Earth, Sky, Universe.

Wind

Ancestral sound
of the aerial spaces,
eternal music
of sky,
everlasting source
of sweet melodies.

Wave

Eternal smile of sea,
languid, caressing
you cover the rough cliff
with a liquid cloack.
Now terrific and huge,
you sculpture your eternal work
on the shapeless rock.
And lying down
on a lonely beach
I listen to
your endless harmony,
eternal smile of sea.

Moon

Moon,
cover with your ray
my body
and
her beautiful figure:
communion of souls and bodies.

Night

Night,
soothe with your opiate still
the inhibited lust
of my rebel body.

Rocket

Glides gently
towards the glacial sidereal abysses,
message
of a small world,
fragment of the human genius.

Question

Where can I find
the pure inspiration?
In the virginity of nature
or in the fleeting rapture
of an artificial paradise?

Dream

I dream of a man
who fears nothing,
who is ready to cross
the borders of knowledge,
who overcomes every sort of obstacles
by the invisible arm of his mind,
but he is fragile,
weak,
an atom of Universe.
He is Ulysses.

In search of.......

I try to discover
the depths of my ego
and I slide down
towards endless abysses....










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Reviewed by Lois Christensen 5/24/2008
Very good literary write. Valuable lessons to be learned from each verse. Flattery will get you there faster. No endless abysses for you.
Reviewed by Rafika Anderson (Reader) 12/27/2007
What a beautiful journey through science and nature, the evertwinned sisters of invention. Lovely work. I enjoyed the easy pace and flow of thoughts from one stanza to the next.
Reviewed by Peter Kautsky 12/3/2007
Very insightful -- cutting to the core of the human experience with nature. Almost sounds like a chant perhaps sung by an American Indian. thanks, pete
Reviewed by Andre Bendavi ben-YEHU 12/3/2007
A unique composition... "Fragmenta" has paid its poetic dues to the treasure of Poetry... The subjects dealt here were developed to be poemized with the vision of true Observer/Poet.

I have enjoyed the reading of "Fragmenta" for its excellence poetized to stand the test of time

In gratitude and admiration,

Andrew Emmauel Bendavi ben-YEHU
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