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STILETTOS

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Below is the poem entitled STILETTOS which was written by poet FATMIR TERZIU. Please feel free to comment on this poem. However, please remember, PoetrySoup is a place of encouragement and growth.

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STILETTOS

By Fatmir Terziu

How I would have liked to have learned the language of stilettos

Mornings,

              noon,

                      Evenings

Mondays,

                Fridays…

                                 and especially Sundays

If only I knew their language

They have a melody in their rhythm

They float slightly off the ground

And then as nails they attack the floor

Stabbing as deep as the veins, the arteries

Ah, I didn’t learn their language, for God’s sake!

 

Long stilettos, short and small ones

They all have a unique language

Stepping on concrete, dry earth, or sandy ground

The stilettos continue their typical movement,

The type of stilettos that only God knows how He made them

Multiply in number everyday like a species of mice.

 

I know that the stilettos belong to the women

So to understand their language care is needed

Stilettos are just as strong and durable

When holding delicate feet,

Or even when like bottles the feet weigh down on them.

 

For a long time I have wanted to learn the language of stilettos

Even though I do not understand a single stroke in the dictionary

For a while I have wanted to learn something

Since I was a boy,

Since I was young…

And even now that my eyes twinkle upon them

 

Oh. How stilettos wake up something in me

And you should know it is not a secret

Without stilettos it seems as if the river will takes us

And the earth will decay us quicker…

 

Stilettos have an amazing language

They break stones and wood beneath them

But I do not know if when old women wear them,

Do they cause the same fuss?

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  1. Date: 11/12/2013 4:50:00 AM
    In Albanian 'Takat'; In russian the name ‘stilettos’ is "???????". In Serbian is štikle/?????e (germanism). Cipele na štikle. Szpilki in Polish. Ihlicky in Slovak. In Bulgarian it would be "?????? ???????" which literally means high heels. You see all for stilettos, as a language of female…

  1. Date: 9/20/2013 7:21:00 AM
    Fatmir , Your first poem on the soup is excellent for the readers!! Stopping by with a nice, sweet Welcome to Poetry Soup. Wishing you the best when it comes to your poems. I hope you get to meet all the nice poets around here. Starting with me. SKAT :-) Please drop a hello and tell me a little about yourself if you like. I would like to be your newest poetry soup "FRIEND". Hugs* SKAT

    TERZIU Avatar FATMIR TERZIU
    Date: 9/21/2013 1:50:00 PM Block poet from commenting on your poetry


    Thanks
  1. Date: 9/20/2013 5:04:00 AM
    hi, Fatmir-A nice warm WELCOME to poetry soup. Dropping by to invite you to my latest contest. You will find the contest page on the top left hand side* -Looking forward in following and reading your poetry. Hope to hear from you soon. You will enjoy the community, we are one big happy family. (Drama & Love. LOL) ~ Take Care!! From: your new poet friend @-> LINDA <-@

    TERZIU Avatar FATMIR TERZIU
    Date: 9/21/2013 1:50:00 PM Block poet from commenting on your poetry


    Thank You
  1. Date: 9/20/2013 3:09:00 AM
    Welcome to P-Soup, Fatmir! - Nice to read your first poem here. - Hope you will have much pleasure to be with us. - Wishing you good luck - have a nice day! - Comment on the poetry of others and they will comment on yours. - My first greeting to you from Norway / / / Anne-Lise :)

    TERZIU Avatar FATMIR TERZIU
    Date: 9/20/2013 3:18:00 AM Block poet from commenting on your poetry


    Many thanks Anne-Lise. I wish you a good luck.