© cover photo Ryan Scott
Few poems about one's search for a meaning
Paperback (84 pages)
Walking down the path
I can't refrain to laugh
We are all so serious
Some are so mysterious
We pretend the way we know
When we're walking in a row
But the funny thing it is
None of us have any clue
Where we're going, why and how
But it's sure we'll find somehow
That the way is clear and true
But not down or up or side
It's just straight and deep inside
Man, the life is all so tough
When you’re sitting in the rough
But a voice came close and asked
Why you’re sitting in a dump?
Standing up is just enough
Gosh, the future seems so dark
When you’re running out of luck
Voice said: Luck is never in a stack
Sweating brings the fortune back
Oh, this mountain is so high
Getting over makes me cry
Voice said: What a baby, oh, my, my
Move your feet and fly the sky
You can do it if you try
I said to Rumi as we laid around the campfire beneath the starry sky:
"Pity us, Master! Can't you make it simpler for the minds of mere
mortals? For God has eternity to decipher the words of your Love. We
are running out of time. By morning, this fire will turn to ash, and so
we will burn up in our desire to grasp the words of your Love for Him."
Master smiled and, to the horror of my companions, threw his book in
the fire. "Sleep, he said, for tomorrow you will have the Time and the
fire will re-kindle your Desire."
The morning came; Master was
long gone... centuries, it seems. Our rested eyes turned to the fire
site. There, steaming over the heat of the still dying coals, another
book was born. It lay in front of us, crisp and inviting - Dragos Ionel's
Dragos' book makes clear to us in simple
terms the loving and direct relationship the narrator has to God, to the
divinity present in children and family life, to the mystery of
existence, and to the sanctity of his honest search for holiness.
Reminiscent of Rumi's depth, but made accessible to readers of all walks
of life through through lucid modern expression, this book is a must
read for those who wish to re-kindle the fire of desire beneath their
Your literary output is really inspiring
Alan Wherry (USA)
I've got the Kindle one today, great poems!
Robert Boerescu (Turkey)
I have just read the kindle book of Simple Poems. I thoroughly enjoyed it.
Ganesh G. (India)
Simple Poems is a delightful book!
The poems are stepping stones throughout a journey of a seeker of Truth, who has found the Answer.
They are simple and deep, conveying the with much innocence the joy of the author.
I was happy to discover them.
Cristina Harabor (Canada)