Global Newz, Kolkata, India,
A Pair of poem By Slavica Pejovic
AND LAUREL BLOOMS
In the intertwining of rosemary branches
The master is one
and accomplice of the bride
for the offering of a laurel wreath to the throne of the victor
Rosemary is intoxicating with joy
Laurel wreath to bloom
The entry that…
To put out the darkness with beauty
Bat stop the wicked
In the arms of angels to be silent
Storms to pass
and shadows shrouded in darkness go away
God’s tears, the laurel blossomed
and rosemary intoxicate a worthy bride
Open the way for them!
SHE DIDN’T KNOW
she had eyes, hart and soul
and she felt everything that could be felt…
she listened to even what she shouldn’ t listen…
and she spoken when everybody else were silent.
she didn’t drow a hart…
she had it,
while the others were soulless.
she didn’t know
that read, sometimes, isn’t red,
and that the blue of the sky plungs into the twilight.
she didn’t know
that the river will never flow upstream,
that the rainbow goes down into it.
and that the stars are, actually, red
she didn’t know…
but, she knew …
the peace of her soul
is the image of peace in a world where love exists.
About The Author:
Slavica Pejović (born 1948) is a graduate of political science, Department of Diplomacy. She was the director of the Cultural Center in Požarevac for ten years and the manager of the library in Kostolac for 17 years. He is the president of the Book Lovers’ Club and the editor-in-chief of the magazine for literature, culture and science “Majdan” since 2003. She is the author of three documentary books on cultural history and librarianship and has published 13 independent collections of poetry and two joint collections with several authors. It is represented in numerous anthologies in the country and abroad. She have been translated into several foreign languages, and she has won numerous awards in Italy, Romania, Tunisia, and Serbia. The “Mihalj Eminescu” Poetry Medal in Romania, the “Golden Jasmine” in Tunisia, the “Apollon” in Serbia and many others are particularly significant. She was involved in the organization of international poetry events, the most famous of which is “ORPHEUS ON THE DANUBE” and in the promotion of international cultural cooperation, especially among the poets of Italy, Tunisia, Romania, Slovakia, Russia, Peru, Greece…
(Slavica Pejović (1948) is a graduate political scientist with a specialization in diplomacy. She is the president of the Club “Majdan” and the editor-in-chief of the Journal of Literature, Culture and Science
“Majdan”. She is the author of three books on cultural history and has published 11 (eleven) independent poetry collections, including one with several authors. She is represented in numerous anthologies in the country and abroad. Her poems have been translated into several foreign languages and she has won numerous awards.)