"Blue Nude" by PICASSO
The Ballad of a Winter Damned
Make these chilled winter winds pass me
I’ve seen the damn beyond my pane!
And the live oaks they shiver,their bark trembles my deign. . .
Please!. . . give the currents a voice. . . Awake this sleep-seasoned phase!
The sun seeks to warm the heartless leaves craze. . .
Look, look, the Almighty air seizes!. . . the cold pants and flinches!
Ay, Will it expire all life clung to its winches?
Yea, golden with highlights. . . a Fall’s reminisce. . . it’s here leaving across as the bare maples hiss
Blending with Jasmine’s anew in bright yellows trumpets
The price of will pays leaving toward flowers of strumpets
So, if the tall pines in shedding,as it needles and hones
With red berries of Holly nestling in gathers the air groans?
Here me, this eve, she blows in our gardens. . . when the chime rings above us an Heir hopes to obtain us!
Lo! Petals are falling. . . Arose in the wind!
Yea, the damn near freezes as nature abscinds!