Tatjana Lončarec


Tatjana Lončarec


The Boy In The Night



When I go once a long way

I will take only one warm coat

olives, corn and wine in a bag

full of dreams of happiness in my head.


I will go wherever my feet would carry

they had better know my heart trace

I will follow in the distance some blond hair

and winds knew the favourable face.


When I come and knock on the old door

with eerie creaking hotplate and locks

will welcome me a smile soft

Boy in the Night in tatters old.


It will be a meeting of two old souls

who want to quench indescribable hunger

a hug and a package which hid in a bag

will both feed for life our souls sad.




The Legend Of The Black Flower



In the evening when the weather is cloudy

and the road sign is an only white moon

even blind I could find that place

where for the first time

you and I met.


The golden fruit, garden and tree

and in the middle of the night

stealing a rare flower

What was the name did not know both

but blooms only once during many summers.


We did not know what colour is that flower

red, green, purple or blue

We just knew it was like Night

full of wondrous glow in the dark.


Head bowed wandering garden

in that dark night when

only the moonlight hides

searching that flower beautiful

about which we knew nothing .


Without looking at each other

We wandered the garden

in that dark night

where the moonlight hides


Suddenly we sat up

our shining eyes met

and we knew we found

the black flower in glory

which shines in the dark.



Wine And Roses


On the earthen carpet wineries

with murmurs and whispers restlessly leaves

pour the wine and roses donate

drinkable and supple will be our feast .


Narrow hallways and rickety stairs

lead us to the palace and the wonderful lobby

where they pour wine and roses donate

a guest is regarded as a heavenly saint.


Come, even you are poor spirit

and without a body can come as a ghost

it will be for everyone

bread and wine

and you will get roses

when inside

subdue and conquer the night.





TATJANA LONČAREC: Tatjana Lončarec is a poetess from Zagreb, Croatia. She has published two collections of poems – That the World does not Die (2005) and Crowned Roses (2008). She is an active member of poetry association "Morning Poetry" Zagreb. Mute Melodist chosen her poem "White Nights" for Poetry anthology Paradox/Oxymoron as the Language of Poetry.  Collective collection of poems COM-PEN-DI-UM published May 2016 in the USA where Tatjana Lončarec participated with five poems. Realistic Poetry International chosen her three poems for Realistic Poetry International Anthology 2016. NavWorks Press' USA, Los Angeles in new book Sometimes Anyway: Pride in Poetry Volume II publiced  her poem Cavalier. 2017. Poetic Bond VII Anthology UK  2017. also published her one poem. 

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