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A Poem by Sandor Petofi: Who Would Believe

 

Who Would Believe.

KI GONDOLNÁ.

Who would believe that on this plain
A few weeks since two armies stood,
Engaged in fierce, destructive fight,
Drenching the country with their blood?

A direful day it was throughout,
Fighting foe here, charging foe there,
Death in the van, death in the rear:
Sabres were flashing in the air.

Then, like a troubled, careworn brow,
The sky was cloudy, dark and wild.
Now it looks pleasant, like the smile
Upon the bright face of a child.

The earth was like a hoary head;
Covered with snow was all the scene;
Now like the hopes of fiery youth
The earth is dressed in brightest green.

Then bullets whistled through the air,
We heard the mighty cannon’s roll;
Above us now the nightingale
Pours out in song her lovebound soul.

Wherever then we cast our eyes
We only saw death’s ghastly show;
But now the sweetest-scented flowers
In bounteous efflorescence grow.

Who would believe that on this plain
A few weeks since two armies stood,
Engaged in fierce, destructive fight,
Drenching the country with their blood?

 

Sándor Petőfi

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