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Poetry in Translation, (CCXCIV), Constantin ROMAN, ENGLAND: “Sermon”, “Predică”

September 5th, 2014 · No Comments · Diaspora, PEOPLE, Poetry, quotations, Translations

Poetry in Translation, (CCXCIV), Constantin ROMAN, ENGLAND: “Sermon”, “Predică”

The Orthodox iconostasis in the wood church of Co Bacau, Romania, founded in 1808 by Dr. Constantin ROMAN's maternal ancestors

Interior of the village church of Poieni, Co. Bacau, Romania, founded by Constantin ROMAN’s maternal ancestors,(1808).


Sermon
C. ROMAN
(London)

Remember,
forever and ever,
there is, always,
as much
Pleasure
in
Giving,
as there is
in
Receiving!

© 2014 Copyright Constantin ROMAN, London

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Predică
C. ROMAN
(Londra)

Iarăşi şi iarăşi
Luaţi aminte
Că veţi afla
Atâta
Desfătare
în
Dăruire
Cât veţi găsi
în
Primire.

© 2014 Copyright Constantin ROMAN, London

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Peterhouse College and Chapel (text by C. Roman)

Peterhouse College and Chapel (text by C. Roman)

BIO NOTE: Constantin ROMAN is the Editor of the Centre for Romanian Studies, London, a Scholar of Peterhouse, a Science graduate from Cambridge with a doctorate in Geophysics, a contributor to Science and Arts periodicals (“Nature”, “New Scientist”, “Geophysical Journal Roy. Astr. Soc.”, “Cambridge Review”, “Encounter”, “The Times”, “Revista Monumentelor Istorice”, “Revista Muzeelor”, “Contemporanul”, Magazin Istoric”).
Over the years Roman was a guest speaker to Academia, Oil Industry and Financial Institutions in Britain, Europe and North America.
Roman is a Commander of the Order of Merit (Romania, 2000) and a former Adviser, Energy and natural resources, to Prof. Emil Constantinescu, President of Romania (1996-2000).

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