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Iris

Hey .... ceantar.org/pangur.html ...

garnet

It was one of the poems Samuel Barber used in his song cycle "Hermit Songs." I don't have the sheet music any more, but that's one place to look.

A beautiful song cycle, by the way. I wish I had a good recording of it.

badgerbag

Ooo! thank you. I knew I was spelling it wrong somehow because it's too cool of a poem not to be smeared all over the web. The version I heard and that stuck in my head was the rhymed one, and I like that, but of course the site Iris linked to is perfect with the original, the freeform translation struggling to keep all the meanings - and the quote from J3rome who is the patron s4int of translators and cranky scholars.

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