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~Ancient Egyptian Poetry~

 
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Come, my Soul, swim to me!
The water is deep in my love
Which carries me to you.

We are in the midst of the stream,
I clasp the flowers to my breast
Which is naked and drips with water.
But the moon makes them bloom like the lotus.

I give you my flowers
because they are beautiful,
And you are holding my hand
In the middle of the water.

After J.M.Kellner Under the protection of Hathor


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O, my god, my lotus ...
The north wind is blowing ...
It is pleasant to go down to the river
My heart longs to enter it
To bathe with you.
I let you see my beauty
in a shirt of finest royal linen,
moist with balsam.
My hair is plaited with reeds
I enter the water to be with you
And leave it to join you
With a red fish.
It is beautiful on my fingers
I lay it down before you
Contemplating your beauty.
O my hero, my lover!
Come and look at me!

After Hermann A. Schlögl Gärten der Liebe , 2000

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I hear thy voice, O turtle dove-
The dawn is all aglow-
Weary am I with love, with love,
Oh, whither shall I go?

Not so, O beauteous bird above,
Is joy to be denied....
For I have found my dear, my love;
And I am by his side.

We wander forth, and hand in hand
Through flowery ways we go-
I am the fairest in the land,
For he has called me so.

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Sister Without Peer


My one, my soul without peer,

Most beautiful of all!

Rising like the morning star

At the start of a happy year.

Shining bright, fair of skin,

Lovely the look of her eyes,

Sweet the speech of her lips,

She has not a word too much.

Upright neck, shining breast,

Hair true lapis lazuli;

Arms surpassing gold,

Fingers like lotus buds.

Heavy thighs, narrow waist,

Her legs parade her beauty;

With graceful step she treads the ground,

Captures my heart by her movements.

She causes all men's necks

To turn about to see her;

Joy has he whom she embraces,

He is like the first of men!

When she steps outside she seems like that the Sun!

First Stanza, Beginning of the sayings of the great happiness, from Papyrus Chester Beatty I

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My Beloved Torments My Heart


My beloved torments my heart with his voice,

He makes sickness take hold of me;

He is neighbor to my mother's house.

And I cannot go to him!

Mother is right in charging him thus:

"Give up seeing her!"

It pains my heart to think of him,

I am possessed by love of him.

Truly, he is a foolish one,

But I resemble him;

He knows not my wish to embrace him,

Or he would write to my mother.

Beloved, I am promised to you

By the golden of women!

Come to me that I see your beauty,

Father, mother will rejoice!

My people will hail you all together,

They will hail you, O my beloved!

Second Stanza, from Papyrus Chester Beatty I

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My Heart Flutters Hastily


My heart flutters hastily,

When I think of my love of you;

It lets me not act sensibly,

It leaps from its place.

It lets me not put on a dress,

Nor wrap my scarf around me;

I put no paint upon my eyes,

I'm even not anointed.

"Don't wait, go there," says it to me,

As often as I think of him;

My heart, don't act so stupidly,

Why do you play the fool?

Sit still, the brother comes to you,

And many eyes as well.

Let not the people say of me:

"A woman fallen through love!"

Be steady when you think of him,

My heart, do not flutter!

Fourth Stanza, from Papyrus Chester Beatty I

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I Passed before His House


I passed before his house,

I found his door ajar;

My brother stood by his mother,

And all his brothers with him.

Love of him captures the heart

Of all who tread the path;

Splendid youth who has no peer,

Brother outstanding in virtues!

He looked at me as I passed by,

And I, by myself, rejoiced;

How my heart exulted in gladness,

My brother, at your sight!

If only the mother knew my heart,

She would have understood by now;

O Golden One, put it in her heart,

Then will I hurry to my brother!

I will kiss him before his companions,

I would not weep before them;

I would rejoice at their understanding

That you acknowledge me!

I will make a feast for my goddess,

My heart leaps to go;

To let me see my brother tonight,

O happiness in passing!

Sixth Stanza, from Papyrus Chester Beatty I
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How well She Knows to Cast the Noose


How well she knows to cast the noose,

And yet not pay the cattle tax!

She casts the noose on me with her hair,

She captures me with her eye;

She curbs me with her necklace,

She brands me with her seal ring.

Third Stanza, from The Nakht-Sobak Cycle of Papyrus Chester Beatty I

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Nice!
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Nice!
 Quoting: Phoenix 2012


Thanks Phoenix! Glad you enjoyed them.

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If Only I were Made Doorkeeper


If Only I were Made Doorkeeper

The mansion of my sister,

With door in the center of her house,

Its door-leaves are open,

The bolt is sprung,

My sister is angry!

If only I were made doorkeeper!

Then I would make her rage at me,

Then I would hear her angry voice,

And be a child in fear of her!

Poem 7, from IIa The First Collection, Papyrus Harris 500

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Saam-Plants here Summon Us


Saam-plants here summon us,

I am your sister, your best one;

I belong to you like this plot of ground

That I planted with flowers

And sweet-smelling herbs.

Sweet is its stream,

Dug by your hand,

Refreshing in the north wind.

A lovely place to wander in,

Your hand in my hand.

My body thrives, my heart exults

At our walking together;

Hearing your voice is pomegranate wine,

I live by hearing it.

Each look with which you look at me

sustains me more than food and drink.

Poem 2, from IIc, The Third Collection, Papyrus Harris 500
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It Is Her Love that Gives Me Strength


My sister's love is on the far side.

The river is between our bodies;

The waters are mighty at flood-time,

A crocodile waits in the shallows.

I enter the water and brave the waves,

My heart is strong on the deep;

The crocodile seems like a mouse to me,

The flood as land to my feet.

It is her love that gives me strength,

It makes a water-spell for me;

I gaze at my heart's desire,

As she stands facing me!

My sister has come, my heart exults,

My arms spread out to embrace her;

My heart bounds in its place,

Like the red fish in its pond.

O night, be mine forever,

Now that my queen has come!


From IIIa. A Collection, The Cairo Vase 1266 + 25218

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Beautiful hf
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I wish I were your mirror

so that you always looked at me.

I wish I were your garment

so that you would always wear me.

I wish I were the water that washes

your body.

I wish I were the unguent, O woman,

that I could annoit you.

And the band around your breasts,

and the beads around your neck.

I wish I were your sandal

that you would step on me!


edit: not sure about the time period that this poem is from.
[link to en.tarikhema.ir]

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O my beautiful one,

I wish I were part of your affairs, like a wife.

With your hand in mine

your love would be returned.

I implore my heart:

“If my true love stays away tonight,

I shall be like someone already

in the grave.”

Are you not my health and my life?

How joyful is your good health

for the heart that seeks you!

[link to en.tarikhema.ir]


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very nice find on this drab rainy day.
It doesn't matter who I m it's who U R so ChoOse
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Beautiful hf
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Thanks AC!


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very nice find on this drab rainy day.
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I hear ya honey...drab and miserable here in NY as well. I am glad you are enjoying them. Have a great day Enlilson!

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I. Your love has penetrated all within me Like honey plunged into water,

Like an odor which penetrates spices, As when one mixes juice in... ......

Nevertheless you run to seek your sister, Like the steed upon the battlefield,

As the warrior rolls along on the spokes of his wheels.

For heaven makes your love Like the advance of flames in straw,

And its longing like the downward swoop of a hawk.



II. Disturbed is the condition of my pool. The mouth of my sister is a rosebud.

Her breast is a perfume. Her arm is a............bough Which offers a delusive seat.

Her forehead is a snare of meryu-wood.

I am a wild goose, a hunted one, My gaze is at your hair,

At a bait under the trap That is to catch me.



III. Is my heart not softened by your love- longing for me?

My dogfoot-(fruit) which excites your passions

Not will I allow it To depart from me.

Although cudgeled even to the "Guard of the overflow,"

To Syria, with shebod-rods and clubs, To Kush, with palm-rods,

To the highlands, with switches To the lowlands, with twigs,

Never will I listen to their counsel To abandon longing.



IV. The voice of the wild goose cries, Where she has seized their bait,

But your love holds me back, I am unable to liberate her.

I must, then, take home my net! What shall I say to my mother,

To whom formerly I came each day Loaded down with fowls?

I shall not set the snares today For your love has caught me.



V.
The wild goose flies up and soars, She sinks down upon the net.

The birds cry in flocks, But I hasten homeward,

Since I care for your love alone.

My heart yearns for your breast,

I cannot sunder myself from your attractions.



VI.
Thou beautiful one! My heart's desire is To procure for you

your food as your husband, My arm resting upon your arm.

You have changed me by your love. Thus say I in my heart, In my soul, at my prayers:

"I lack my commander tonight, I am as one dwelling in a tomb."

Be you but in health and strength, Then the nearness of your countenance

Sheds delight, by reason of your well-being, Over a heart ,

which seeks you with longing.



VII.
The voice of the dove calls, It says: "The earth is bright."

What have I to do outside?

Stop, thou birdling! You chide me!

I have found my brother in his bed,

My heart is glad beyond all measure. We each say:

"I will not tear myself away."

My hand is in his hand. I wander together with him

To every beautiful place. He makes me the first of maidens,

Nor does he grieve my heart.



VIII.
Sa'am plants are in it, In the presence of

which one feels oneself uplifted!

I am your darling sister, I am to you

like a bit of land, With each shrub of grateful fragrance.

Lovely is the water -conduit in it, Which your hand has dug,

While the north wind cooled us. A beautiful place to wander,

Your hand in my hand, My soul inspired My heart in bliss,

Because we go together.

New wine it is, to hear your voice;

I live for hearing it. To see you with each look,

Is better than eating and drinking.



IX.
Ta-'a-ti-plants are in it! I take your garlands away,

When you come home drunk,

And when you are lying in your bed

When I touch your feet, And children are in your.......... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

I rise up rejoicing in the morning

Your nearness means to me health and strength.

The Middle Kingdom(2040-1540BC)

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Your Love, Dear Man, is as Lovely to Me

Your love, dear man, is as lovely to me
As sweet soothing oil to the limbs of the restless,

As clean ritual robes to the flesh of Gods,
As fragrance of incense to one coming home
Hot from the smells of the street.

It is like nipple-berries ripe in the hand,
Like the tang of grainmeal mingled with beer,
Like wine to the palate when taken with white bread.

While unhurried days come and go,
Let us turn to each other in quiet affection,
Walk in peace to the edge of old age.
And I shall be with you each unhurried day,
A woman given her wish: to see
For a lifetime the face of her lord.

translated by John L. Foster

1992 [link to www.artvilla.com]


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Just found this not so much as a poem but a Hymn. Thought I would share it as well.

The Burden Of Isis: HYMN TO OSIRIS-SOKAR


Hail, royal one, coming forth in the body!
Hail, hereditary son, chief of the ranks of the gods!
Hail, lord of many existences!
Hail, thou whose substance is like gold in the temples!
Hail, lord of the duration of life, giver of years!
Hail, lord living throughout eternity!
Hail, lord worthy of many hundreds of thousands of praises!
Hail, brilliant one, both at thy rising and thy setting!
Hail to him who maketh pleasant all that which breatheth!
Behold the lord of great fear and trembling
Hail, lord of many divinities!
Hail, resplendent one-with the white crown, lord of the royal crown!

Behold the sacred child of Horus, the praised one!
Hail, thou soul of Ra, in the adored boat
Hail, thou restful leader! take possession of thy shrine.
Behold the lord of fear, who causeth himself to come into being!
Hail, thou whose heart palpitateth not,--take possession of thy city!
Behold the one beloved of gods and goddesses
Hail, thou who causeth the inundation,--take possession of thy temple!
Hail, dweller in the underworld,--take possession of thy offerings!
Hail, thou protector,--take possession of thy temple!
Hail, thou who growest like unto the ape of Tehuti, or to the shining sunlight!
Hail, thou flower honoured of Pharaoh!
Hail, thou who handlest the holy rigging of the Sektet-boat! 1
Behold the lord of youth,--he becometh old in his shrine!
Behold the excellent souls, which are in the realms of Death!
Behold the sacred designer of north and south!
Behold the mysterious one, lie who is unknown to mankind!

Rail, thou enlightener of those who are in the underworld, that they may see the sunlight!
Behold the lord of the Atef crown, the great one in Suten-Henen!
Hail, thou great and terrible one of Naret!
Hail, dweller in Uast, 1 flourishing for ever!
Hail, Amen-Ra, King of the Gods, who causeth his members to grow in his rising and in his setting!
Hail, receiver of monuments and offerings at the entrance of the tomb!
Hail, thou who placest the Uraeus crown upon the head of its lord!
Hail, thou who causest the earth to remain in its place!
Rail, opener of the mouth of the four great gods who are in the underworld!
Rail, living soul of Osiris, crowning him with the moon!
Hail, thou who dost hide his essence in the great shrine of Amen!
Hail, thou hidden God, Osiris in the underworld!
Hail, thou whose soul resteth in heaven,--whose enemy hath fallen!
The Goddess Isis speaketh unto thee, uttering a cry from the river--
"Send the purified 'Abd'-fish from before the boat of Ra, oh lord of the beginning,

Who becometh like the immortal ones that rejoice,--thou egg who becometh as one renewed."
She cutteth off the heads of the enemies in this her name of "Lady of Tepka."
Oh, lady of the beginning, come thou before our faces in this her name of Hathor, lady of emerald, lady of Uast the holy!
Come thou in peace, because of this her name of Hathor, lady of Uast the holy!
Come thou in peace, oh Tayt, in this her name of lady of peace!
Come thou in front, to overthrow her enemy, in this her name of Hathor, lady of the temple of Suten-Henen, the golden!
Come thou in peace, in this her name of Hathor, lady of Inbut!
Come thou in peace beside Neb-er-zer in this name of Hathor, lady of Shet-Tekh!
Shine, oh golden one, beside her father in this her name of Bast.
Go forward over the temples and by the side of the great temple, in this her name of Satet.
The two lands become fertile,--regulate thou the gods in this her name of Mazit.
Hathor overpowereth the enemy of her father by this her name of Sekhet!
Mazit overpowereth exceedingly in this her name of lady of Immu.

She placeth perfume upon her head and her hair, in this her name of Neit.
Extol him before the gods, and before his witnesses!
Hathor is the lady of Uast Hathor is the lady of Suten-Henen:
Hathor is the lady of Tepka Hathor is the lady of Mehut:
Hathor is the lady of Rehesau: Hathor is the lady of Shet-Desret:
Hathor is the lady of the Turquoise: Hathor is the lady of Ineb:
Hathor is the lady of Uahwah: Hathor is the lady of Ammu:
Hathor is the lady of Imem: Hathor is as Hennu of Met-Sas!
The nine companions 1 approach--let your arms be beneath your father Osiris--protect the land. (Repeat four times.)
Hail, thou crowned lord of the feast! (Repeat twice.)
Oh prince! hail! it is sweet for the courtesans whom thou lovest!
Hail, thou who livest twice over throughout eternity!
Hail!-thou keepest festival for ever!
Hail, adored one: thou advancest along the ways!
Hail, thou who art established in the regions above the heavens!

Hail, oh God,--hear thou! Protect the land!
Hear thou the cry--protect the land from the gates of the heavenly nomes!
Hail to him who cometh forth with his two eyes, son of the servant of God!,
Hail, protector, preserver when thou speakest!
Hail, protector of Pharaoh, when be doeth what thou lovest!
Hail, protector of Pharaoh, when he causeth thy praises to be made!
Hail, thou seated one, for there cometh to thee this peace of heart!
Hail to the son of--the servant of God--there is recited for him the service of the festival!
Hail, thou who art established by the name of Deddu-above-the-heavens!
Hail, thou sweet-scented one in Deddu-above-the-heavens!
Hail, thou who comest subduing hostile ones
Hail, thou who comest adoring the Infant!
Hail, thou who producest his fear in rebellious hearts!
Hail, oh worker who followeth his lord, though the follower of the god Bast attendeth him not!
Behold, there are rebellious hearts, hating the temple, but the end of all things strikes them upon their necks!

Lo! the coming of the lord of Deddu-above-the heavens--he strikes down rebellious hearts!

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Love of you is mixed deep in my vitals

Love of you is mixed deep in my vitals,

like water stirred into flour for bread,

Like simples compound in a sweet-tasting drug,

like pastry and honey mixed to perfection.

Oh, hurry to look at your love!

Be like horses charging in battle,

Like a gardner up with the sun

burning to watch his prize bud open.

It is like being too far from the light,

Far from the hearth of familiar arms.

It is this being so tangled in you.

From The Norton Anthology of World Literature, Volume A


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I think I will go home and lie very still

I think I'll go home and lie very still,
feigning terminal illness.
Then the neighbors will all troop over to stare,
my love, perhaps, among them.
How she'll smile while the specialists
snarl in their teeth!---
she perfectly well knows what ails me.

From The Norton Anthology of World Literature, Volume A


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The Song of the Harper

Sung by his Harpist for Osiris,
Chief of the Crew in the place of Truth,
Inherkhawy, who says:


I am this man, this worthy one,
who lives redeemed by abundance of good
tendered by God indeed

I
All who come into being as flesh
pass on, and have since God walked the earth;
and young blood mounts to their places.

The busy fluttering souls and bright
transfigured spirits
who people the world below
and those who shine in the stars with Orion,
They built their mansions, they built their tombs-
and all men rest in the grave.

So set your home well in the sacred land
that your good name last because of it;
Care for your works in the realm under God
that your seat in the West be splendid

The waters flow north, the wind blows south,
and each man goes to his hour.

II
So, seize the day! Hold holiday!
Be unwearied, unceasing, alive,
you and your own true love;
Let not your heart be troubled
during your sojourn on earth,
but seize the day as it passes!

Put incense and sweet oil upon you,
garlanded flowers at your breast,
While the lady alive in your heart forever
delights as she sits beside you.

Grieve not your heart, whatever comes;
let sweet music play before you;
Recall not the evil, loathsome to God,
but have joy, joy, joy, and pleasure!
O upright man, man just and true,
patient and kind, content with your lot,
rejoicing , not speaking evil:-
Let your heart be drunk on the gift of Day
until that day comes when you anchor.

inscribed on the tomb of Inherkhawy, the chief of workers at the cemetery in Thebes. Inherkhawy died in 1160 b.c.


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"I give thee, said the god, the rebels That they may fall beneath thy sandals, That thou mayst crush the defiant. I grant thee, by my command, The earth in its length and breadth.

"The tribes of the West and of the East Are placed under the power of thy countenance. Thou goest over all strange lands with a gay heart; For there is none who will withstand thy Majesty, I am thy guide and thou tramplest them underfoot.

"Thou hast crossed the water of the great Euphrates, They have heard thy roars echoing in their dens, By thy strength I have deprived them of life. I have granted thee that thy deeds shall sear their hearts, My symbol which is on thy crown shall burn them."

During the glory of the 18th Dynasty the kings of Babylon and Assyria sent Thothmes tribute. His people celebrated his greatness in legend and in song. His court poet wrote of him a chant of praise that has been preserved to us, and which served as a model for future generations of Egyptian poets.



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Very beautiful thread,op!i rmber reading an ancient Sumerian poem about Inanna &Dumuzi's love story,it made me cry. hf
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Very beautiful thread,op!i rmber reading an ancient Sumerian poem about Inanna &Dumuzi's love story,it made me cry. hf
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Thanks very much Goddess. Oh really? If you could find it...and post it here that would be awesome. I will try to search for it too. Have a great day honey!

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I SLAMMED THE CAR DOOR ON MY DICK

Alas, I was in too much of a rush

I swept the snow off the windshield with a brush


I then thought a piss would do the trick

That's when the mighty wind slammed the car door on my dick
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Just found a bunch on Inanna. These are beautiful!

The Holy Priestess of Heaven

I say, "Hail!" to the Holy One who appears in the heavens!

I say, "Hail!" to the Holy Priestess of Heaven!

I say, "Hail!" to Inanna, Great Lady of Heaven!

Holy Torch! You fill the sky with light!

You brighten the day at dawn!

I say, "Hail!" to Inanna, Great Lady of Heaven!

Awesome Lady of the Annuna Gods!

Crowned with great horns,

You fill the heavens and earth with light!

I say, "Hail!" to Inanna, First Daughter of the Moon!

Mighty, majestic, and radiant,

You shine brilliantly in the evening,

You brighten the day at dawn,

You stand in the heavens like the sun and the moon,

Your wonders are known both above and below,

To the greatness of the Holy Priestess of Heaven,

To you, Inanna, I sing!



sumerian hymn quted from Inanna Queen of Heaven by Wolkstein and Kramer.

hf
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Re: ~Ancient Egyptian Poetry~
I SLAMMED THE CAR DOOR ON MY DICK

Alas, I was in too much of a rush

I swept the snow off the windshield with a brush


I then thought a piss would do the trick

That's when the mighty wind slammed the car door on my dick


That's nice ac lol

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