i am a woman #poetry

i inhabit the dance of bears on moonless nights

the moves of acrobats in crowded circuses

the fairy-tales of your childhood

the memories of your past loves

the cavalcade of soldiers

who fight forgotten wars

i breathe the sound of flute played by the satyr Pan

the scents of lonely islands where philosophers write

the swirls of ballerinas in mid-air

the mangoes which in nights of love i bite


bathed in rose oil and coriander

lost in the anarchy of flesh

i am a woman

and for me

the nights of passion

are still fresh



image: artmirei/Shutterstock


53 thoughts on “i am a woman #poetry

  1. I have no words to describe the beauty of this poetry, Im like woooow and speechless after reading this. You are on the next level. I should thank you for sharing this.

    1. You are so kind to me, my dear fried! Thank you from the bottom of my heart for the high praise!

      1. You can do the music. You are so talented! I Can’t drink a 420 ๐Ÿ™‚ but I may take a virgin Greek sangria. I had one yesterday. It’s great ๐Ÿ™‚

      2. Donโ€™t try Greek sangria ๐Ÿ™‚ Try the Spanish one. I donโ€™t even know how they came up with a Greek sangria. Never heard about before yesterday.

    1. Aw… my dearest Y, The Queen of Poetry and my soul sister. I am so glad you enjoyed the poem and so grateful for your words!

      1. Thank you! I have to. Blessings and love to you my dear Y. ๐ŸŒท๐ŸŒบ๐ŸŒธ

  2. Inspired poem
    written by a man

    in the night
    when the stars of the bear
    conceal continents
    I the ancient god Pan
    I pursue Echo nymph
    and playing the old syrinx
    I dream of our daughter Yamb
    and I stopping for a moment at Marathon
    (to give to the joy of the Athenians,
    that the Persians are defeated and return
    somewhere far in the deserts )
    I go back to Arcadia forever,
    where as crystalline air
    dancing my unforgettable

    the color changes to my eyes
    Arcadia is alive!

    1. Oh, what a beautiful poem, dear B! Thank you for sending it. What can I say? I cannot matched it. I am a women๐Ÿ˜Š๐Ÿ˜Š๐Ÿ˜Š

      1. ah, dear G! Thank you for reading, my refiection. NB man’s refiection of a magical poem written by a woman. Comparisons may be thrown of literary critics.

  3. Ah, I apologize very much for my inclusion, but the topic is very interesting.
    I think that, according to the European legislation, “Only sangria made in Spain and Portugal is allowed to be sold as” sangria “in Europe, and sangria made elsewhere must be labeled as such (eg German sangria or Swedish sangria)
    This legislation, however, does not apply to non-European countries.

    1. Haha! The endless regulations and directives of the European Union. I should say the European Commission. According to them only the Greeks can use the label โ€œfeta cheeseโ€๐Ÿ˜Š I know others who make great feta. But politics is politics.

  4. Haha yes! Policies and endless directives! You are extremely aware of the Feta problem. Maybe you are keeping a goat in prairies? Just kidding!
    Now we are expecting a very interesting registration of honey, which is not just done by bees. It’s interesting what the politicians will say.

    1. I do not have a ๐Ÿ. Iโ€™ll buy one when Iโ€™ll move to Greece. ๐Ÿ˜ŠOne of my dreams. Canโ€™t wait to see what the Eurocrats come up with next. They should be aware that ๐Ÿ sting. Well, sometimes๐Ÿ˜Š

  5. Good morning (although it is afternoon in this time zone). An amazing portrait of a special woman. A woman who is everything and everything is her. I so agree your friend yassy’s assessment, a man would be a damn fool. This was a gorgeous and quite inspiring write from a wonderful muse. Oh, I prefer Spanish sangria. In fact, I had some last night.

    1. Ayyy…Good morning! Itโ€™s noon here too. Thank you so much for your wonderful comment. You make me blush!!!! I am going for Spanish sangria tonight. I am envious. A splendid day to one of my dearest friends!!!!

      1. You make me smile. You are so sweet! I am not leaving anywhere today๐Ÿ˜Š

      2. Well, if you are not going out, that is a tragedy for all the men who can’t set their eyes upon you.
        Enjoy your sangria. I hope you day is as gorgeous as your poetry.

      3. Drew, I am flattered! Thank you! Looking forward to your post tomorrow. Enjoy your afternoon!

  6. Good -“i am woman and for me the night of passion is still fresh”, most inspiring lines a portrait of the woman.wonderful my dear soul!!


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