You’ve Once Come
into My Life
into my life, one has come,
the winter evenings that glum.
shoulders the rain rendered soggy?
firmament the wind turned foggy?
seas the clouds caused smoggy?
has once come into my life,
my soul was with wet winter rife.
road was full of leaves yellow,
old path full of footprints mellow.
heart was as hollow as empty time,
how dark was the oblivion clime!
come into my life, one has;
rumble, evening waves acted as.
hands in the hazy mist so tender?
songs warm them tried to render?
my life, one has once come,
spirit words up with as to chum.
casuarina trilled long the lullaby;
such regret so sweet felt the sigh.
the graveyard on our way back:
the sepulchral area looked so black.
has come into my life, once, then
not recollect anything again!
Who have come into my life, clever:
you not remember whatsoever?