Mihai Eminescu Poems
- The Vesper Once on a time, as poets sing High tales with ...
- To The Star So far it is athwart the blue To where yon star...
- Ode In Antique Metre I little thought that I would learn to ...
- Sonnet V The years have passed like clouds across the dale; ...
- Of All The Ships Of all the ships the ocean rolls How many ...
- The Brazen Bells Of Midnight..... The brazen bells of midnight ...
- Sonnet Vi Mighty Venice now has fallen low, One hears no ...
Mihai Eminescu (Romanian pronunciation: [miˈhaj emiˈnesku]; born Mihail Eminovici; ) was a Romantic poet, novelist and journalist, often regarded as the most famous and influential Romanian poet. Eminescu was an active member of the Junimea literary society and he worked as an editor for the newspaper Timpul ("The Time"), the official newspaper of the Conservative Party (1880–1918). His ... more »
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Once on a time, as poets sing
High tales with fancy laden,
Born of a very noble king
There lived a wondrous maiden.
An only child, her kinsfolk boon,
So fair, imagination faints;
As though amidst the stars the moon,
Or Mary amidst the saints
From 'neath the castle's dark retreat,
Her silent way she wended
Each evening to the window-seat
Where Lucifer attended.
And secretly, with never fail,
She watched his double race,
Where vessels drew their pathless trail
Across the ocean's face.
And as intent she drank his ...