“He’s It”

Spring leaves its blue ribbon

(Spring allows its blue ribbon)
Once again leads out through the air;

Sweet, famous fragrances

(Sweet, well-known scents)
Know-ly danger country.

(The name of its population across the country)
The chutes are already dreaming,

(There are already nightmares)
Want to come soon.

(Want to come soon.)
Horch, a quiet head by a calm from afar!

So hear (a dessert) from afar!
Spring, yes you are!

(Spring, it’s you!)
I’ve heard you!

(I heard you!)

All The Glitter Is Not Gold

We’re throwing in an extra poem for you. But unlike the others previously listed above, this one was written originally in English.

The poem, which does not shine Gold, was written by J.R.R. Tolkien, who owns the rings for their popular novels. It is also known as the song of Aragchar, and talks about a large plot of the story.


Not everything that is gold sparkles

Not everything that is gold sparkles,

Not everyone who walks lost,

The old is not obscured,

Still roots of the deep froze.

Fire is set from ashes,

Light emerges from shadows;

And King who lost the crown.

All that is gold does not glitter

All that is gold does not glitter

Not all those who wander are lost

The old that is strong does not wither

Deep roots are not reached by the frost.

From the ashes a fire shall be woken

A light from the shadows shall spring

Renewed be the blade that was broken

The crownless again shall be king.

Beauty Of A Rose

beauty of a rose

We want to increase the creation,
Thus the beauty of the Rose can never die,
But as it should be from death all the time,
His gracious heir can bear his memory.
But thou hast made a covenant with thy clear eyes;
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Where the abundance lies, making a call,
Thy foe is thy love, even cruel.
Now it is the latest ornament of the world,
And the only banana is a herald of spring.
Borest your bids within your content
And, tender Bangrove, the unique waste in Naggardong.
Craving to the world or be beaten
For the sepulchre shall be eaten, and unto thee the world.