Category Archives: Love

Many years ago

For N. B. I played you my newly burnt CD with Kanika Banerjee songs You said She sounds like a dying goat and laughed and laughed – Niebla (© 2019) NoteKanika Banerjee (1924 – 2000) was an Indian Rabindra Sangeet … Continue reading

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Fate can be turned around

Romeo arrived on time So did Giulia Lives were saved & They lived happily Ever after & The relatives were told To go to hell – Niebla (© 2016) Author’s note I’ve always preferred comedy to tragedy, including Shakespeare.  So … Continue reading

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Dream #034

And now I stare across the dirty river And I breathe the dirty air And I’m sure upon the bridge I’ll see you ‘Cos I dreamt I’d kiss you there – Tanita Tikaram It’s one of those sepia dreams, one … Continue reading

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Rainy spring day haiku

For S. Why do you straighten them? I’d love to drown in them – the waves of your hair. – Niebla (© 2012) Posted for Haiku Heights and waves.

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Various events

Gotta be yourself Be more like I tell you – Joan Armatrading These eyes have seen too much again today, they plain hurt. These fingers have hit too many keys today, that is another fact. I talked to you tonight, … Continue reading

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In lieu of you

For you You’re not with me – a passionate pizza will have to do Batter kneaded with love and affection, flung in the air with lofty ease Tomato, not called paradise fruit without a reason in certain parts Artichokes a-plenty … Continue reading

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To the Prince of the Grail …

and other love poems by German Jewish poet Else Lasker-Schüler (1869-1945). This English translation by Johannes Beilharz was just published in the latest issue of The Drunken Boat.

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