Yehudah Halevi

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diamonddarling: Tis a fearful thing to love To love what death can touch A fearful thing to love, to hope, to dream, ...A thing for fools, For your life is lived in me Your laugh once lifted me Your word was gift, ...to me To remember this, brings painful joy Yehudah HaLevi (ca. 1075–1141)

drnelk: "My meadows are bathed in starlight..." Dream Visions, by Yehudah HaLevi trans. by GG Schmidt through by F Rosenzw...

rooster613: Yehudah Halevi (1065-1141) was one of the most gifted poets and philosophers of medieval Spain during the time of M...

WinterlightHome: 1923 Warsaw Chills me to the bone. How many people who touched that book survived what was coming?

Daniel_Knauf: Upon my dark-hued eyes he pressed His lips with breath of passion rare. The rogue! 'Twas not my eyes he kissed;...

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Nicholas Of Montenegro
 by Don Marquis

He speaks as straight as his rifles shot,
As straight as a thrusting blade,
Waiting the deed that shall trouble the truce
His savage guns have made.

“You have dared the wrath of a dozen states,”
Was the challenge that he heard;
“We can die but once!” said the grim old King
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