Week dedicated to Stefania Stravato

Cantando in Inglese con Stefania

Prague

From bank to bank, you look at night,

bridges,

reverbing over the water, magnificently,

beautifully,

where even pain looks sweet

from a fast step to a deep breath, you are now in me.

It’s a slow love’s delight, gold waters with the moon

 appearing like an old rose-colored plaster

over thousands

short wandered avenues

that is ajar in their stupefied departing

over the traveling from eyes to the chest, were 

 a bond like a violin cry, holding

 a hidden secret

blooming between crystals, as the last melancholic kiss

to wet the lips

memories, memories of springtime

takes me in the stream, overpassing

their time which can’t rest over its fate.

Praha

(Scritto da Stefania Stravato)

Da riva a riva, quanta notte sei

di Ponti

e chiarori sull’acqua, bella

Bella

mi fai dolce anche il dolore

dal passo al respiro, mi vieni dentro

di un godimento lento d’amore, e ondate d’oro e luna

che pare stucco di romantico

su mille strade brevi

schiuse a meraviglia dell’incontro

in questo viaggio dagli occhi al petto, dove

ti leghi al lamento di un violino, e resti

come un segreto, nascosto

tra fioriture di cristalli, malinconia di un ultimo bacio

che bagna la bocca

a memoria, memoria di primavera

portando anche me nella corrente, più in là

di questo tempo, che ancora non si acquieta del suo destino.  

Published by carlogabbiwriter

Italian born, and living in Australia. I'm writing for the past 15 years in both Italian and English language. I pubblished my first book in USA and it's available with Amazon. I also wrote several long stories which are grouped under the name "A song of Love" and several other works available in my blog in Rosso Venexiano.

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