My poem “the breath of love and death” voted Publication of the Month at Spillwords Press #poetry #published

My Dear Readers,

My poem the breath of love and death was voted Publication of the Month at Spillwords Press (November 2019).

My most sincere thanks to everyone who voted for me.

Have a fabulous week.


@Gabriela Marie Milton

150 thoughts on “My poem “the breath of love and death” voted Publication of the Month at Spillwords Press #poetry #published

      1. A whisper in my ear
        A soft breeze brushes your face..

        I’m thrilled to know you too, Eric.

    1. I am so humbled and honored by your comment, sweetheart. Thank you from the bottom of my heart.

    1. Thank you so much Joseph. Your every word means a lot to me. I am overwhelmed with work. Otherwise things are fine. How are you? Where are you with the book?

      1. You’re welcome. I mean every word. With the book I am on the final edit which is the hardest. Hopefully will be finish in the early new year some time. I am a little bit disenchanted with the book at this time. I will move past this feeling. Overwhelmed no doubt. That is a heavy workload at this time of year. Be well my friend.

      2. Joseph I am thrilled you are almost ready with the book. I can’t wait to read it. I hope the feeling of disenchantment will pass soon. It’s probably normal when one works hard on a project. And yes this time of year is busy. Is it snowing there ? I remember one post in which you described your surroundings. I was so enchanted by your description. Yet I also remember it was a relatively isolated place. Correct me if I am wrong.
        In any case, from the bottom of my heart good luck with everything and please keep me posted.

      3. Yes,, the feeling of disenchantement will pass. Just a hiccup on my journey. Yes my surroundings were beautiful but isolated it was. I moved from there and moved into the city. I am now in walking distance to everything and I mean everything. Dentist, specialist, doctor, grocery store, my pharmacy etc etc. I feel more alive in the city although the isolation served its purpose.
        We rarely get snow on Vancouver Island Nanaimo Canada. IF we get a snowflake we panic lol Vancouver Island not to be mistaken with Vanccouver the metropolitan city on the mainland.

      4. I am glad you enjoy your new place. I am thinking of moving too. I am in the middle of a forest. I can’t go anywhere without my car. It’s beautiful, but..
        I visited Vancouver Island. Victoria is located there. Am I right? Yeah I remember the climate is mild.
        Well, enjoy your new place every minute and let me know when you are ready with the book.
        I wish you a beautiful December Joseph.

      5. Yes living in isolated places you need a car. I had to buy one. You are right. Victoria is on Vancouver Island. I live an hour away from there. I wish you also a beautiful December and I know you will be moving in the Spring. I will let you know about the book

      1. I am glad you are getting better. My best wishes to you and again welcome back.

    1. Aw..thank you so much for your kindness and for the praise, Brad. Your kindness means a lot to me.

    1. My fabulous Rachel, thank you from the bottom of my heart for the praise and for much more. Thank you for the magnificent being that you are 🤗❤️💝🌻❤️☀️🌺

      1. I have just started my poetry blog, I see you are doing really fantastic and I really like your work. Can you suggest how can I reach a bigger audience. Poetry is my passion and I Really want to connect to interested people through my work. Thanks for liking my poems.

      2. Thank you so much for your kind words.
        I can tell you only what I did. Perseverance and interaction with other bloggers is key. 95% of blogs open every year on WP fail. I persevered even if after 5 or 6 months of blogging I had only 400 followers. Do not give up. Go the WP reader and type in “poetry”, “poem” or other topics who you are interested in and follow those blogs.
        Wishing you plenty of luck.

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