Corina Savu


Corina Savu




It's a late autumn

And a thick fog spreads in Bucharest at midnight.

On the lake with dirty water,

The woman moves, begging for relief from her bitter pain.


Through the shaken wind-leaves,

Exhausted, stolen by whispers,

Steady shadow, with its empty longings,

The darkness is circling her.


Everyone says she's crazy,

Few know her and say she was good,

But years ago she lost his soul,

A terrible curse had taken her love away.


Her black heart wraps her in silk ...

With the eyelids, forever unopened,

Love sleeps hard to sleep,

She wanders the world, always sighing.


Proud daughter of Gehenna or satan,

With human thoughts that make her gentle,

Seek a remedy for his curse,

Ruffled and wrinkled, we see her today.


A crow sings, leaving its wing smooth,

Her life is empty, full of wormwood.

She would like to meet him again,

In order to love her again.


In her longing, a pagan cemetery,

The devil stands on his shoulder, grumpy and bald,

And he urges her to throw herself into the whirlpool,

For that curse suddenly dies.


Spring came serenely

In Bucharest, people walk.

A lily weeps on a pit,

But in every midnight...

..beavers dig another grave.



And You Will Come


And you will come at sunrise,

But even more often at midnight,

When the longing is greater,

In the stillness of the night, to infinity.


And you will come on the roads of water and whispers,

When the stars no longer penetrate,

But the feelings appear imperceptible,

In fierce waves, our souls struggle.


And you will come among oases of dreams,

But even less in my mind,

When my eyelids are open,

In a short moment, weeping.


And you will come when it rains hard,

When you hope, you pray and you wish

let our hearts be only one,

We disguised ourselves in the two of us, but without masks.


And you will come, but will it be you?

Because I'm afraid not.



Full Moon


The Queen of the Night,

Heavenly Sea Lighthouse,

Navigator's Guide,

Accomplices of lovers,


Proud and cold,


in a prison without bars,

to love in the distance

and living alone.




CORINA SAVU born in Plopeni, Romania. Her first published paper was titled Functions of law. Her passion for writing materializes with the advent of the novel plucked „Aripi smulse” („TornWings”) a novel in two volumes that appeared in 2016. In 2016, her work „Cuplul, în căutarea paradisului pierdut” („The couple, in search of the lost paradise”) is included in the anthology of the same name. In 2016 appears the work „Lumi adiacente” („Connecting Worlds”), included in the anthology Jurnal de călătorie (Logbook) and in 2017 „The tears of nature” appeared in the international anthology Nature 2016. In 2019 she participated in anthology Spirit of Nature. The best awards in her career are two 2nd places in a literary festival and a 3rd place in the international anthology Nature 2018. In 2020 she published Suflet dezgolit (Naked soul), her first volume of poetry.

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