Fyodor Ivanovich Tyutchev Nature Poems
- 1. Nature Is Not As You Imagine Her...
Nature is not as you imagine her:
She's not a mold, nor yet a soulless mask-
She is made up of soul and freedom
She is made up of love and speech . . .
- 2. The Earth A Cheerless Look Still Wears
The earth a cheerless look still wears,
But spring's breath is already swaying
The dead stalks in the field and playing
With boughs as yet of leafage bare.
- 3. Nature Is A Sphinx...
Nature's a Sphinx. And her ordeal
Is all the more destructive to mankind
Because, perhaps, she has no riddle.
Nor did she ever have one.
- 4. How Tuneful Is The Voice Of Sea
How tuneful is the voice of sea,
What true accord in ocean's murmur,
And in the reed's light, rhythmic tremour
What tender musicality!
- 5. Here, At A Meagre Earth
Here, at a meagre earth, despondent
And listless stare the dull grey skies,
And, as if plunged in leaden slumber,
A eary nature moveless lies.
- 6. Columbus, Take Your Laurel Wreath!
Columbus, take your laurel wreath!
You've done the map of whole Earth and Nations
And finished to the end the list
Of deals, unfinished in the word's creation.
- 7. In Ocean Waves There's Melody...
Est in arundineis modulatio musica ripis
In ocean waves there's melody
There's harmony within the clash of elements,
- 8. There Is A Song
There is a song in the sea waves,
A concord - in the spats of nature,
And a reed, by a tune of rustle captured,
In the flood of music gently sways.
- 9. Spring Storm
I love a storm in early May
When springtime's boisterous, firstborn thunder
Over the sky will gaily wander
And growl and roar as though in play.
Total 9 Nature Poems
by Fyodor Ivanovich Tyutchev
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