my new poem “the lonely poetry of night” published by Indian Periodical #poetry #published

trees whisper, cries of cloudy skies
inaudible, unseen, you, Astraea,
you push me on a long-forgotten trail
the ocean…

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84 thoughts on “my new poem “the lonely poetry of night” published by Indian Periodical #poetry #published

  1. Congratulations for the recognition of your amazing work, Gabriela.

    I particularly love the following lines:

    “the plight of souls sold for two pennies in slave markets
    inside the lonely poetry of night”

     
    1. Thank you so much. I am really humbled by your comment. I love those lines two. And your vocals. Remember that πŸ™‚

       
      1. You’re welcome. And thank you for your kind words. You might be the only person on the planet who likes my vocals. πŸ™‚

         
      2. I don’t believe that at all. I think you are the only person on this planet that doubts your vocals.

         
    1. My dearest Winnie, thank you so much for your kind words and your support. You are a gem. Hugs and love to you.

       
    1. Thank you sweetheart. You are so generous with me. I have no words to thank you for that, sending you πŸ€—

       
    1. Thank you Megha. It means a lot to me. I highly appreciate the talent and support of its editor too. He is great.
      Sending you πŸ€—πŸ’•

       
  2. Oh so much painful poem about the lonely poetry of nights-“the plight of souls sold for two pennies in slave market….”so much heart touching.
    Dear G!! Congratulations for publishing your this so much emotional poem.🌹

     
  3. Congratulations once again! The entire poem is haunting in its emotion and language, and the ending is so deftly done. The mention of “memories un-lived” particularly grabs my attention. Such a neat little paradox to think over!

     
    1. Hey there, David. Thank you so much for reading. I love your comment. “Memories un-lived” I am glad it grabbed your attention. Now that I think more about it suits one of your characters. Am I right?

       
      1. Hi, G! You’re welcome, and as ever the pleasure is mine. Yes, now you mention it, I think the phrase does suit one of my characters. I’m thinking specifically of Isabelle and her attempts to replace the missing sense of heritage with constructed placeholders. Is that who you had in mind?

         
      2. Hey David. Yes, that’s exactly what I had in mind. Can’t wait to read more from your novel. Not home yet, but when I get there I will be able to comment more on your excerpts.

         
  4. Boom. Speaking of fireworks, this poem has certainly sparked something in me…. my turn to be beyond words. So much beautiful in here G. I am going to come back to this when I have some more time. But, wow, I love it. And congrats on being published again, you certainly deserve it xoxox

     
    1. Aw.. I am humbled by your comment and glad I could add some good things to the end of your day.
      My most sincere thanks for such a beautiful comment.

       
  5. Hola G,

    Thankfully, I didn’t miss this masterpiece. It was a haunting masterpiece. Resonating deep inside one’s soul with these amazing image you always paint in our minds.

    Gorgeous and inspiring.
    Hope you are well. Always wishing you the best.

     
    1. Hola Drew,
      Thank you for the read and for your beautiful comment. You comment came in the mist of a hot afternoon in which I’m trying to relax. It was a pleasure to read it.
      I am well (except the eyes that are starting to bother me).
      Wishing you all the best too πŸ™‚

       
      1. I am inside in the air conditioning, but I am drinking some kind of kale juice. It’s awful. I will switch to lemonade πŸ™‚

         
      2. It’s supposed to be healthy.
        Anyway, I already stop drinking it. As I said I’m switching to lemonade so I get get my dose of sugar πŸ™‚

         
      3. LOl. You know what? I was just thinking to get an espresso. Kid you not. Enjoy yours. It’s already made. I’ll go to Starbucks later πŸ™‚

         

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