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Poetry in Translation (CCXXI): Anonymous, British Author, “Follow Your Path”

November 10th, 2013 · No Comments · Diaspora, International Media, PEOPLE, Poetry, quotations, Translations

Poetry in Translation (CCXXI): Anonymous British Author, “Follow Your Path”

Follow your Path

Follow your Path

To G.A.
Follow Your Path
(British Anonymous)

Please, just follow your Calling,
In these sorrowful Moments,
Which are, often, so Brittle,
Yet, reflect our Love.

For I hope you will worship
Our fragile Illusions,
Though we live in the Present,
Just to steal passing Dreams.

As you reach newer Havens,
To forget our Passion,
I shall still be your Beacon
Lighting your Road ahead!

For I will guide your Yearning,
To attain new Horizons,
Whilst I’ll try to Extinguish
All I cherished in You.

© 2013, Copyright Constantin ROMAN

Constantin ROMAN

Constantin ROMAN

SHORT BIO: CONSTANTIN ROMAN is a Romanian-born British author residing in London, where he was trained as a Scientist and Linguist.
Educated privately and at the Universities of Bucharest, Newcastle and Cambridge, he was a Scholar of Peterhouse, the oldest Cambridge College, founded in 1284.
As a published Author in numerous Science and Arts periodicals ROMAN had contributed a significant number of Translations of Poetry, from English, French, Italian and Spanish into Romanian, as well as from Romanian into English and French.
Constantin is the founder of the Centre for Romanian Studies (London), published on-line since 1990.
For a number of years Constantin ROMAN lived in France, Norway, Holland and Indonesia and traveled extensively throughout Europe, North and South America, Asia and North Africa, as guest speaker to Academia, Industry and Government Institutions.

ROMAN had published books and articles in scientific journals (Nature, New Scientist, Geophysical Journal of the Royal Astronomical Society, etc.), as well as in newspapers and magazines (The Times, Cambridge Review, Encounter, Glasgow Herald, Argia, Revista Monumentelor Istorice, Revista Muzeelor, Manuscriptum, etc.) on a variety of subjects relating to History of Art, Architecture, Conservation, Poetry, Linguistics, and Earth Sciences (Seismology, Geodynamics, Plate Tectonics, Basin Analysis and Petroleum Geology). On the latter subject he successfully published for Celtic Petroleum, a Partnership he founded in 1978, a limited edition of Technical Studies, acquired by multinational companies world-wide.

Over his career Constantin had acted as International Adviser to over 50 major International Oil Companies, worldwide and acted as a Personal Adviser (Energy) to Professor Emil Constantinescu, President of Romania (1996-2000).

ROMAN is a Commander of the Order of Merit (Romania, 2000), Doctor Honoris Causa (U. of Bucharest, 1997) and a Visiting Professor of the University of Bucharest, where he delivered “The ROMAN Lectures”.
He was a Guest Speaker at the World Bank and IMF (Washington DC), The Romanian Academy, The Geological Society (London), Dallas Geological Society, The Petroleum Exploration Society of Great Britain and numerous other Institutions of world repute.

Constantin’s Home is in London, where he contrives to indulge in serendipity and esoterism.

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