Fiona Schwartzinoff Poems
- Come, Dear Friend Come, dear friend, it’s night now; all ...
- The Dreadful Truth I looked in the mirror And a reflection ...
- How Dare You Imprison God? How dare you imprison God? He ...
- Mother? 'Yes, son.' 'I wish to wear the sky, When the sky ...
- A Psalm Sometimes I lay under the sun and believe that there ...
- Haiku To A Stranger Waiting in line at the groceries, ...
- Can You Promise? Can you promise that I will be remembered? ...
Once upon a time, there was a girl who lived in a village by the sea. She loved piano, books, trees, fish, and extravagant hats. She had a romance with Beethoven and Chopin. She had tea-time daily with the Bronte sisters. She also had a strong friendship with Emily Dickinson and William Shakespeare. But what is this past tense? She still lives!
And her name is Fiona-Mae.
Hello, world! more »
Click here to add this poet to your My Favorite Poets.
Comments about Fiona Schwartzinoff
Come, Dear Friend
Come, dear friend, it’s night now;
all the world is fast asleep.
Come! Let’s run away,
Far to the shores and deep.
Far, far away, dear friend
With no one but God to trust.
There, in the great big somewhere
Where no one may ever find us.
To the place where we can run –
No, fly! – in our very own light;
Where the grass whispers and the trees sing
And the sun is sweet and bright.
Take me now! Hell, I don’t care
About whom I may leave behind.
I want us – and only us.
Whatever else, together, we’ll find.
I want to be where no one ...