THE MUSE: EDELWEISS – Vol. I - Prologue

THE MUSE: EDELWEISS – Vol. I
*** Part I: Poetic Pillars – Monads ***
[ I ]
*** PROLOGUE ***




“You give a flower to the man - and the one, in his recklessness and ignorance, throws it away.
You give a pebble to the man, then,
smaller than any pebble
the open eye would have seen it, - but the man throws it again, from the same precepts; - or you, hearing his heart that he no longer listens to, you know he was shouting: these are too big for me!.."



MUZA: EDELWEISS (Floarea de Col?) – Vol. I
*** PROLOG ***


“Îi daruie?ti o floare, omului, - iar acela, în nechibzuin?a-i ?i ne?tiin?a-i, ?i-o arunca.
Îi daruie?ti o pietricica, atunci, omului,
mai mica decât orice pietricica
ar fi zarit-o ochiul liber, - însa omul, ?i-o arunca, iara?i, din acelea?i precepte; - ori tu, auzindu-i inima pe care nu ?i-o mai asculta, ?tii ca striga: sunt prea mari, pentru mine, acestea!..”



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THE MUSE: EDELWEISS – Vol. I
Versification Treatise/ Poetic Pillars
Book I: English version/
Part I: Poetic Pillars – Monads
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