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Translation Poems - Poems about Translation

Translation Poems - Examples of all types of poems about translation to share and read. This list of new poems is composed of the works of modern poets of PoetrySoup. Read short, long, best, and famous examples for translation.
The Hungry Stones XIII
...To office when I rushed to ask old Khan, To tell me meaning if at all of all, And what I learnt from the old man was this: A story of countless unrequited, Unfulfilled longings, lurid flames ......Read the rest...
Categories: translation, allusion, bangla, fantasy, mystery,
Form: Narrative



Premium Member That was then, this is now
...This was then, in an old pile, a letter I found, Among objects, its whisper profound. Faded ink, thoughts enduring, Emotions, love, timeless, all assuring. First love's note, cherished by my w......Read the rest...
Categories: translation, love,
Form: Free verse
The Hungry Stones XII
...Heavy and eerie silence reigned therein, The dark rooms looking as sullen as mean, As if they had taken serious offence Against me who had failed in their esteem, My heart feeling contrite wa......Read the rest...
Categories: translation, allusion, bangla, fantasy, mystery,
Form: Narrative
The Song of the Endangered Trees
... We are living beings too. We too have sorrows, pains, sufferings, tears, Joy and happiness as well as the right, like yours, To survive on earth. We provide you with flowers, fruits, what a c......Read the rest...
Categories: translation, anxiety,
Form: Prose Poetry
The Hungry Stones XI
...A pair of slave girls waved chamar to thee, As diamonds flashed with light of lamps well lit, A king of kings must have fallen to knee, To strip out bejewelled shoes from thy fair feet, While......Read the rest...
Categories: translation, allusion, bangla, fantasy, mystery,
Form: Narrative



The Hungry Stones X
...As I was set to go out on my horse One eve, despite pleads to stay from my course, Prone I was to take my hat from the rack, A whirlwind crested from the dusty tract, Lifting dead leaves from......Read the rest...
Categories: translation, allusion, bangla, fantasy, mystery,
Form: Narrative
Cowpoke
...Cowpoke by Michael R. Burch, circa age 16 Sleep, old man... your day has long since passed. The endless plains, cool midnight rains and changeless ragged cows alone remain of what once was.......Read the rest...
Categories: translation, evil, heart, home, poems,
Form: Rhyme
The Hungry Stones IX
...Let me not delve deep on what panned out thence, The gloom of nights deepened still further dense, And there was time I felt a puny pawn, My wanderings meandered when till dawn— A pawn being ......Read the rest...
Categories: translation, allusion, bangla, fantasy, mystery,
Form: Narrative
The Hungry Stones VIII
...With trembling heart, as an attempt I made To leap across, he woke up with a start, The sword fell from his lap with a sharp clang, A terrifying scream when made me jump, I saw me leaping fro......Read the rest...
Categories: translation, allusion, bangla, fantasy, mystery,
Form: Narrative
The Hungry Stones VII
...I saw no one but felt a gentle nudge, As I woke up, she uttered not a word, But beckoned, gravity of time to judge, To follow her— wordless like a mute bird, I got up but saw no soul save wha......Read the rest...
Categories: translation, allusion, bangla, fantasy, mystery,
Form: Narrative
Premium Member Rose Of Sharon
...Poor little girl, Decided to give her life a whirl. Thirty-one, Still undone, Can't see why no one thinks she's fun. Lost in coloring books, Her only choice in life, Is the color of her strife......Read the rest...
Categories: translation, body, endurance, hurt, mental
Form: Free verse
The Hungry Stones VI
...Newspapers read and a grand dinner done, I put out a large lamp awake like Moon, And stretched into my bed wishing deep sleep, Some stars twinkled through the open window That framed in nearb......Read the rest...
Categories: translation, allusion, bangla, fantasy, mystery,
Form: Narrative
The Hungry Stones V
...In time when night turned to dawn, I could see, It all appeared like sheer fantasy. Light-hearted, I put on my office hat, And hurriedly in my horse carriage sat To drive away myself to sink ......Read the rest...
Categories: translation, allusion, bangla, fantasy, mystery,
Form: Narrative
The Hungry Stones IV
...I felt a sharp thrill in my heavy heart, But hardly knew if that tip of a dart Was caused by delight, fear or curious mind, And felt an eerie, strong urge truth to find, But naught was seen b......Read the rest...
Categories: translation, allusion, bangla, fantasy, mystery,
Form: Narrative
Preposterous Eros
...Preposterous Eros by Michael R. Burch “Preposterous Eros” – Patricia Falanga Preposterous Eros shot me in the buttocks, with a Devilish grin, spent all my money in a rush then left my heart......Read the rest...
Categories: translation, desire, love, love hurts,
Form: Epigram

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