Article, Poetry

Childhood and Nostalgia

"Childhood It seems Was another dream After a weary day The one in which you smile, And wake up With but few recollections Few sweet recollections Childhood It seems Has dissolved Just like some essence In the old books In the crooked drawings Which smell like it And which I can But see and laugh… Continue reading Childhood and Nostalgia

Poetry

Snug in Strength

The light child A month or so Soft as lambs fur Delicate as a cobweb Secure, snug in strong arms The smoothness caressed Against the rough skin Yet, quiet and tranquil There was beauty in the contrast Of maturity and infancy Of strength and fragility Of experience and naivety The sharp defined features Against the… Continue reading Snug in Strength