Beat my heart so you hear our stellar promises

Beat my heart so you hear our stellar promises

(Poème written originally in French in Occitan Sonnet format and in Alexandrin. See original here)

15 July 2016

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Courtesy Freydoon Rassouli on rassouli.com

 

Unleash soft silences rhythm me choruses

Consume me in pleasure within sheltered hearth

Repot me free flower in vase without morrows

That others may speak ill only of restless heart

 

Affix me pottery pieces brands of disdain

That I may re-read me well-deserved Kintsugi

Old dances revive me waltz to thousand quatrains

Of my delirious stream by a murmur revealed

 

When the dreary nights come and the fire goes out

Revive me from ashes a tiny ray of light

May thread of the three Norns in the heavens stay stout

 

Let my mind meander through the moors and the heaths

The boundless green islands that my eye caresses

Beat my heart so you hear our stellar promises

 

Reading of the sonnet: 

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Courtesy Freydoon Rassouli on rassouli.com

 

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