Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD
24/7/2016 · 1 min read · ~100 · 2
To Dementia and 4 more
Hervé Sabattier
16/7/2016 · 1 min read · +100
To Poetry and 4 more
Carry me

Carry me

You come from the lovely country of your childhood Its sweet gardens and its runlets of innocence You come from the broken heart of a brotherhood Growing in absence, half little girl and half silence When night was coming down, you were fearing...

Hervé Sabattier

Hervé Sabattier

Nice! Congratulations!... You know, and it might surprise you, but I prefer writing in English than in French, for many reasons that would be too long to expose here. But, alas, I am more limited in English, in regard to vocabulary and therefore nuances, and it comes easier for me to write in French. But don't you like my poems in French? They are from the heart too, you know. And in poetry, music is as much as important as meaning, whatever the language. Anyway, should you need any translation, explanation or clarification when you read a poem in French, whoever the author, I would make a pleasure providing you with it. Have a nice evening.

30/11/2016
Deb 🐝 Helfrich

Deb 🐝 Helfrich

Je comprends un peu de francais. And I lean on google translate where necessary. J'ai passé deux étés à l'Institut Catholique au sixième pendant l'université.

30/11/2016

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