I wrote the poem in three languages (or rather, I wrote in one and translated twice). Enjoy!
Blogmas 3: River – a poem.
It’s not that type of blogmas that you would expect, but I can’t really write about things that aren’t interesting to me – so here’s a poem.
A July poem.
Working 49 hours last week I didn’t really have time to write anything. So here you have just a small “Thursday-poem”.
En sjanse – a poem
I wrote another Norwegian poem and I translated it to English. Enjoy!
Colours – a poem.
I wrote a poem. Again.
A Friday poem.
I’m studying Norwegian literature at the moment and got inspired to write a poem in Norwegian. Of course, I translated it into English, but just so you know which language is original (because only the original language of a poem can give full “feeling” of the poem)
A spring poem.
It gets warmer and sunnier, but melancholy is the same.
Vilhelm Krag – Fandango.
There’s a quote from this poem that really resonates with me for many reasons. But what is just a quote, when you have a whole “dikt”? (poem in Norwegian). I won’t take the whole poem though – just one part. Be aware that I translate poem myself.
A poem for hope.
So I wrote a little poem. Enjoy.
Blogmas #1: Norwegian winter poems.
My Blogmas isn’t typical Blogmas you would expect from a blogger. I neither have it for 24 or 25 days nor will I write about typical Christmas-around subjects. Of course, some of them might be, well, in a festive spirit, but I will try to reach something different. Because how much similar content is out there anyway? (photo above taken by my lovely boyfriend).