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To Romeo

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Christian Thiry

This beauteous woman,
Who made me break my sermon
Through her appearance,
Has thrown love out of its lane.
Why ain't Romeo my name?

This heavenly girl,
Who broke into my world
Through her eyes so pure,
Has made me believe in fame.
Why ain't Romeo my name?

This Venus of mine,
Who took my love so divine
Through her inf'nite mind,
Has replac'd my life's old frame.
Why ain't Romeo my name?

O Romeo, who has shown to mankind
That love is much stronger than death,
Please tell me now how you did find
The true loving love in this world's mess.
O Romeo, who defeated Montague and Capulet,
Please tell me now how to love a Juliet.

Heaven

by

Christian Thiry

When I saw thee sail away,
And with the other dinghies mingle;
When I saw thy face so gay
Between every boat though single,
I thought heaven ...

While waiting for thy return,
And imagining thee being near;
While observing thy boat turn
And hoping thee coming back down here,
I thought heaven ...

Even though I felt alone,
And do know that thou dost not love me;
Even though thy boat was gone
And my heart so empty without thee,
I thought heaven ...

For thy face being tender,
And thine eyes spreading warmth and brightness;
For thou being a wonder
The only one, by far the greatest,
I thought heaven must be you.

The Perfume

by

Christian Thiry

This pleasant smell whose nucleus thou art
Enchants my by love blinded soul.
Though for thy mind does long my heart,
Olfactory senses dominate it whole.

Thy scent unwraps my hid desire
And helps me through a darkened world.
'Topens ev'ry door and takes me higher
To a place far beyond a flirt.


O Perfume

by

Christian Thiry

DreamMachineThis poem was translated by Carlos Wood
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Esta suave fragrância que o centro tu és
Encanta-me de amor sega minh'alma.
Embora tu’ alma longe de mim,
Entenda e domine ela toda,

Teu cheiro desnuda meu desejo escondido
E me guia em um mundo escuro.
Aos goles que deixam-me alto
Em um lugar distante do flerte.


Céus

by

Christian Thiry

DreamMachineThis poem was translated by Carlos Wood
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Quando tu velejas ao longe,
Em meio a outros barcos;
Quando eu vi sua face alegre
Entre os barcos tão pertos,
Eu pensei céus...

Esperando o teu retorno,
E imaginando-te próximo;
Enquanto observo teu barco voltando
E esperando-te aqui voltar,
Eu pensei céus...

Embora me sentisse só,
E sabendo que tu não me amas;
Apesar de teu barco ter ido
E meu coração vazio sem ti,
Eu pensei céus...

Por teu rosto tão terno,
E teus olhos irradiarem brilho e calor;
Por tu seres a maravilha
O único, com certeza o maior,
Eu pensei céus deve ser você


Para Romeo

by

Christian Thiry

DreamMachineThis poem was translated by Carlos Wood
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Esta bela mulher,
Que me fez quebrar o sermão
Seu surgimento,
Lançou amor nestas paragens.
Por que não é Romeo o meu nome?

Esta menina divina,
Que invadiu o meu mundo
Com seus olhos tão puros,
Fez-me acreditar na glória.
Por que não é Romeo o meu nome?

Esta minha Vênus,
Que levou meu amor tão divino
Em seu infinito desejo,
Mudou parte de mim.
Por que não é Romeo o meu nome?

Ó Romeo, quem mostrou ao homens
Que o amor é mais forte que morte,
Diga-me como encontrou
Este amor verdadeiro neste mundo tão louco.
Ó Romeo que derrota Capuleto e Montague,
Diga-me agora como amar Julieta