Ellias Anderson C.A ( Known as captain A)

(Iran, Islamic republic of)

For Mehrdad_ English& German.


*May we compare thee to a summer's day? *
*thou art more schon and temperate*

How fruh it came spat
And how we made friends so weit

The true friends are like a dream,
Like the sun's ray, like a gleam

But the betrayers are voll of leer
Like the fake joys of a beer

Es gibt kein a true friendship and such a thing?
I think about you, it's true and richtig

Dort ist es a good friend that I found when we mog,
His name is Mehrdad, like saying: was fur ein herrlicher tag.

As warm as the die sonne
And as severe as der Donner

We had a trip with girls and men,
That with that friend, ich habe mich gut unterhalten.

Submitted: Tuesday, August 27, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, August 27, 2013
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Poet's Notes about The Poem

Hi dear readers and dear Mehrdad. hope you like this poem that i dedicate to you.
always be the winner in the life, that is my wish for you.
the marked lines are from Shakespeare's sonnet.

with best regards,
Ellias.

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  • Freshman - 1,789 Points Bri Edwards (8/30/2013 1:38:00 PM)

    i THOUGHT the first part sounded familiar! thanks for the poet's note to explain that and more. i sent this to MyPoemList, primarily because it is so unique to my experience: a poem in TWO languages. i'm lucky to manage ONE language! AND you know some french as well! ! thanks for the rhymes. enjoyed it, maybe even more than if i knew german. bri (Report) Reply

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