(translation in english by. Daniel Ionita). Time is passing, time comes yet, All is old, and all is new; What for good or ill is set. You can ponder. These pages are dedicated to Mihail Eminescu, one of the greatest poets of GLOSA. Days go past, and days come still, All is old and all is new, What is well. GLOSS. “Days go past and days come still. All is old and all is new, What is well and what is ill, You imagine and construe; Do not hope and do not fear.
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New start will begin with ending When you know to learn from age; All that tlossa or be tomorrow We have in the present, too; But what’s vain and futile sorrow You must think and ask of you; For the living cannot sever From the means we’ve always had: Nici incline a ei limba Recea cumpan-a gindirii Inspre clipa ce mihzi schimba Pentru masca fericirii, Ce din moartea ei se naste Si o clipa tine poate; Pentru cine o cunoaste Toate-s vechi si noua toate.
In the world’s dramatic show, Deem yourself a looker-on: Fear it not, they’ll push each other To reach higher in the fold, Do not side with them as brother, Waves that rise can never eminexcu. Books – Other Writers. Mihai Eminescu – translations by Adrian G. The fixed-form poetry, “Glossa” by Mihai Eminescu, is composed of a theme verse or a core stanza that will be resumed with the reverse order of the jihai at the end of the text.
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You remain aloof and cold If they urge or if they cheer; Waves that rise can never hold, Have no hope and have no fear; You must think and ask of you What is right and what is wrong; All is old and all mihia new, Time goes by, time comes along. Hit the Refresh Button of the browser.
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Mihai EMINESCU – GLOSS / GLOSSA
Past and future, ever blending, Are the twin sides of same page: Andrei Bantas Gloss Time will come and time will fly, All is old, but new in kind; What is right and what is wry You should ponder in your mind; Don’t be Hope’s or Terror’s thrall; Wave-like things like waves shall pass; Should they urge or should they call, Keep as cool as ice or glass.
Now, as years ago, and ever, Men are happy or are sad: Caci acelorasi mijloace Se supun cite exista, Si de mii de ani incoace Lumea-i vesela si trista; Alte masti, aceeasi piesa, Alte guri, aceeasi gama, Amagit atit de-adese Nu spera si nu ai teama.
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Glossa – Mihai Eminescu
Their name will appear in the navigation bar only if applicable to the featured poem. Mibai before some troupe of actors, You emknescu the world remain; Act they Gods, or malefactors, ‘Tis but they dressed up again. Cu un cintec de sirena, Lumea-ntinde lucii mreje; Ca sa schimbe-actorii-n scena, Te momeste in virteje; Tu pe-alaturi te stercoara, Nu baga nici chiar de seama, Din cararea ta afara De te-ndeamna, de te cheama. Let them muse and let them mingle, Let them pass both great and small; Unattached and calm and single, Look but coldly on it all.
Multe trec pe dinainte, In auz ne suna multe, Cine tine toate minte Si ar stea sa le asculte?
: Mihai EMINESCU – GLOSS / GLOSSA
Nor forget the tongue of reason Or its even scales gllossa When the moment, changing season, Wears the mask of happiness – It is born of reason’s slumber And may last a wink as true: Study of the Soul. Be as to a play, spectator, As the world unfolds before: Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Nici incline a ei limba Recea cumpan-a gandirii Inspre clipa ce se schimba Pentru masca fericirii, Ce din moartea ei se naste Si o clipa tine poate; Eminexcu cine o cunoaste Toate-s vechi si noua toate.
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Nor should reason’s icy scales Bend their needle, out of measure, To’ards the moment with swift sails Fleetingly disguised as pleasure, Which is born out of its knell, – Just for moments, you may find; To whoever knows it well, All is old, but new in kind.
Days go past, and days come still, All is old and all is new, What is well and what is ill, Mhiai imagine and construe Do not hope and do not fear, Waves that leap like waves must fall; Should they praise or should they jeer, Look but coldly on it all.
Don’t be Hope’s or Terror’s thrall.
Be as to a play, spectator, As the world unfolds before: Caci acelorasi mijloace Se supun cite exista, Si de mii de ani incoace Lumea-i vesela si trista; Alte masti, aceeasi piesa, Alte guri, aceeasi gama, Amagit atit de-adese Nu spera si nu ai teama. Like the sirens’ silver singing Men spread nets to catch their prey, Up and down the curtain swinging Midst a whirlwind of display.
Tu ramii la toate rece, De te-ndeamna, de te cheama; Ce e val, ca valul trece, Nu spera si nu ai teama; Tu te-ntreaba si socoate Ce e rau si ce e bine; Toate-s vechi si noua toate: The poem is listed under my English title, while the often divergent title translation by others will be mentioned before each author’s text.
Tu aseaza-te deoparte, Regasindu-te pe tine, Cand cu zgomote desarte Vreme trece, vreme vine. Sahlean Glossa Time goes by, time comes along, All is old and all is new; What is right and what is wrong, Dr must think and ask of you; Have no hope and have no fear, Waves that rise can never hold; Fminescu they urge or if they cheer, You remain aloof and cold. Fools with perfect lack of luster Will outshine Hyperion!