Springtime, poetry by Enrico Barigazzi at Spillwords.com
Une Fille en Vadrouille

Springtime

Springtime

written by: Enrico Barigazzi

 

Tomorrow I’ll have seen
a blackbird chirping
on a magnolia bough
its flowers are going to show off
their colours
the perfect garden of my lost purity
is growing up
while the wisteria is gradually
surrounding the hidden world of my imagination
protecting it like a ring of violet petals
all troubles I’ve fallen into
they’ve been put into the suitcases of the past
all faults I’m atoning for
I’ve faced them on the long walk of life
all dreams all hopes I’m seeking
they’ve been looked after
from a waning world of ashes
by the hedge around my poetical Arcadia.

Enrico Barigazzi

Enrico Barigazzi

Born in Venice. Italian poet and short tales author. He writes both in Italian and English. He published two poem anthologies in Italian (Il Colore delle Parole 2017 for Irda Edizioni, Parole Scomparse 2019 for Irda Edzioni) and various anthologies with other Italian authors. His poems in Italian can be found on the sites Alidicarta and Club Poetico. As far as his English work is concerned it has been published by the British literary magazine Free Verse Revolution (Issue II, Issue III, Issue V) and the Indian literary online magazine Literary Yard and on the site Allpoetry.
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