We present this work in honor of the 145th anniversary of the poet’s death.
Winter is over
The earth regains its youth
My love, do you not feel the warm breeze
that caresses us?
Do you not smile
as the sun warms our souls
and quickens our spirit?
Do you not welcome the mist that
disperses the tearful and bitter days
No more sad dreams!
Oh let us live in empyrean serenity
whose happy hours will chase away
those long and somber days.
The air is perfumed,
The billowing clouds form intoxicating shapes
Do you not respond to their allure?
Do you not hear whispers that
penetrate your soul and your senses?
The treetops shiver in the woods
the waves and the breezes, all sigh softly.
All of these voices murmur in one voice
to our hearts, saying “love one another.”
My love, let us celebrate nature!
Her awakening will revive us!