American Music
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American Music, by Nicolae Sfetcu The music of the United States is so cool! It reflects the country’s multicultural population through a diverse array of styles. Rock and roll, hip hop, country, rhythm and blues, and jazz are among the … Read More

Cats
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Two CatsOne up a treeOne under the treeThe cat up a tree is heThe cat under the tree is sheThe tree is witch elm, just incidentally.He takes no notice of she, she takes no notice of he.He stares at the … Read More

Birds
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He. Where thou dwellest, in what grove,Tell me Fair One, tell me Love;Where thou thy charming nest dost build,O thou pride of every field! She. Yonder stands a lonely tree,There I live and mourn for thee;Morning drinks my silent tear,And … Read More

Flowers for women
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WOMEN sit, or move to and fro—some old, some young;The young are beautiful—but the old are more beautiful than the young. (Beautiful Women, by Walt Whitman) (Music: Ernesto Cortazar-Two Candles For Two Hearts)

Life Is Love
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The fair varieties of earth,The heavens serene and blue above,The rippling smile of mighty seas—What is the charm of all, but love? By love they minister to thought,Love makes them breathe the poets song;When their Creator best is praisd,Tis love … Read More

Hades jewelry
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A dark soul comes, will you give him your all, Sidestep the rainbow, to tour his world? Six seeds you’ve eaten, and you shall stay As six seeds sprout, into numberless days.. A dark soul comes, will you give him … Read More

The Death Of A Soldier (In Memoriam)
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Life contracts and death is expected,  As in a season of autumn.  The soldier falls.    He does not become a three-days personage,  Imposing his separation,  Calling for pomp.    Death is absolute and without memorial,  As in a season … Read More

What if the twilight of the love?
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Symptomatically, the dilemmatic idiosyncrasy reverberates attenuating its protoharmonical absconse echoes from the semitranscendent and dissonant back of the incandescent obscurantism of sexual origin, capsuling the crepuscular syncretic and metempsihotic allusive of the alchemical transmigration between the internal circumvolutions of the … Read More

Decebalus Rex
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Decebalus (Decebal in Romanian) or “The Brave One” was a king of Dacia (originally named Diurpaneus—ruled the Dacians 87 — 106) and is famous for fighting three wars and negotiating two interregnums of peace without being eliminated against the Roman … Read More

Once upon a time an Earth
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Oh! I have slipped the surly bonds of earthAnd danced the skies on laughter-silvered wings;Sunward I’ve climbed, and joined the tumbling mirthOf sun-split clouds – and done a hundred thingsYou have not dreamed of – wheeled and soared and swungHigh … Read More

Blossoming
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In April the ponds open like black blossoms, the moon swims in every one; there’s fire everywhere: frogs shouting their desire, their satisfaction. What we know: that time chops at us all like an iron hoe, that death is a … Read More

Flowers on the Cerna Valley
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The Cerna River is a river in Romania. The Cerna has its source on the south-east side of the Godeanu Mountains and flows into the Danube. The upper reach of the river is sometimes called Cernişoara River. With a basin … Read More

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