roots #poetry

drink with me the wine in Cana Galilee
my hair will wipe your feet
my lips will sew your wounds
a fish turns in my dreams
the moon has creamed her face
the world is full of clutter
and I’m growing roots
inside the miracle of water

@short-prose-fiction (Gabriela M)

image: Tanya Shatseva; Shutterstock; [link]


57 thoughts on “roots #poetry

    1. That was not my intention here. But I respect your interpretation. Thank you so much for reading and commenting.

  1. If i ask out of curiosity, what was that you intended here, will you explain? The marriage and turning water into wine in cana has got something to do with this i guess right?

    1. Thank you for asking! I guess it has more to do with real love, generosity, sacrifice, forgiveness, expressed as a miracle. Thinks that our world seems to lack. And yes, the miracle of water…

  2. when the roots are submerged in the miracle of Cana Galilee
    and the fish swims
    all possible interpretations can be
    in one direction – high!
    I love these inner interpretations and quests – wonderful symbolism.

      1. Thank you so much. Your today’s poem is gorgeous. Still I do not know why I cannot comment on your blog from my iPhone.


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