Faithful of Love

For You
who is
and light
and splendor
in my life

that noone compares
nor resembles

For You
i'll always be faithful
in happiness
and in sorrow.
Faithful in love
faithful of love

FIDILI D'AMURI (original version on sicilian language)

Pi Tia
ca si
e lustru
e splinnuri
di la me vita

ca nuddu ti pariggia
né t’assimiglia.

Pi Tia
fidili sempri
nni la cuntintizza
e nni lu duluri.
Fidili p’amuri,
fidili d’amuri.

FEDELE D’AMORE (italian translation)
Per Te / che sei / alito / e luce /e splendore / della mia vita / che nessuna ti è pari / né ti somiglia. // Per Te / fedele sempre / nella gioia / e nel dolore. / Fedele per amore / Fedele d’amore. //

(English translation by: prof.A.Di Pietro)

Gero Miceli

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Gero Miceli was born in Agrigento in 1985 and resides in the small town of Grotte., He's Academician of "Il Convivio", member for Italy of the World Poets Society, Provincial Delegate of Agrigento for ANAPS (National Association of Artists Writers Poets) judge for literary prizes, volunteer of the Italian Corps Rescue of the Order of Malta., His poems have been published in various literary magazines and in several Italian and foreign anthologies. He is one of the authors who writes in Sicilian, chosen for the project LIReS (Language of Identity Research and Development) 2007/2008, sponsored by the Ministry of Education, the University and Research Office of Education-Region of Sicily ., He has published Kori (Medinova, 2006) and donated the proceeds to a UNICEF project., The book (III Award "Ignazio Buttitta" Favara (AG) and the Merit "XXXIII International Award of Marineo City") has received favorable opinions from the public and critics., Two of his poems have become songs: in 2007, "Vampiru" (Vampire) was made a song by singer-songwriter Marco Bartolo and in 2010 the religious poem "Sittanta voti setti” (Seventy times seven) was recorded by singer Sal Marchese, who has recorded a CD limited-edition of which the first copy was donated to the Holy Father Benedict XVI., Gero Miceli is currently the program host "A poet at the week" for the Italian radio program in Belgium called "Musica e parole" on Radio Si., Important authors and critics have appreciated the poetry of Miceli, including: Alessandro Quasimodo, Alda Merini, Davide Rondoni, Ignazio D. Buttitta, Giorgio Barberi Squarotti and Marco Scalabrino.

Last updated September 04, 2015