my new poem “the day that never comes” in “Heretics, Lovers, and Madmen” #poetry

the sea throws fishing nets into the sky
the blood of stars drops on a lonely shore
ships fantasize under the reddish voice of night
fingers of the truth pulsate inside the wombs of underwater weeds
I comb my hair with dreams of roses and of salt
you smoke cigars…

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@Gabriela Marie Milton

62 thoughts on “my new poem “the day that never comes” in “Heretics, Lovers, and Madmen” #poetry

    1. No, it’s not. Kindra is the editor. I linked to her posting. That’s fine,

      1. That’s ok. I just posted in a comment their website so you can see it.

    1. Thank you so much, my dear. I do not know how to thank you for your generous support. Love and blessing to you.

      1. Thank you so much for saying that. Your words touched my heart.
        May you have a gorgeous day, dear!

  1. I see peace. A mermaid combing her hair. Perhaps a war and something I can not put my finger on. This is a beautiful poem, Gabriela. Best – Kevin

    1. I see what you see: the peace, the war, the mermaid, and more..
      Thank you so much, Kevin. Your comment and your praise mean the world to me. I hope you know that.

  2. Hello G,

    If ever there was a writer/poet/blogger who has n o need to attached images to her writing – it is you.
    Your brilliant work is always so vivid. Beautifully done as always.

    1. Hey Drew,
      Thank you so much for your wonderful comment. I am glad you enjoyed the poem and the image.
      Hope everything is well with you.

    1. Hey Shantanu, thank you for your fabulous comment. I am thrilled you liked the poem.

  3. The lament for the true day that never comes, amongst such beautiful language and images. I just want to languish here in this hallucination, in this longing. So beautiful G xoxox

    1. Hey, my dearest R, thank you for your gorgeous comment. You are so kind to me. Delighted you liked the poem.

    1. Oh, I am go glad you like it and so grateful for your comment, my dear. Much love to you.

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