Portrait d’amour – love poem by Gabriela Marie Milton #poetry collection

Springtime, Pierre-Auguste Cot 1873

Portrait d’amour – love poem by Gabriela Marie Milton

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94 thoughts on “Portrait d’amour – love poem by Gabriela Marie Milton #poetry collection

    1. Thank you so much John. It’s good to hear from you. I am glad you enjoyed both.

  1. A true love poem! Thank you for sharing this, Gabriela ❤️ sorry if I miss your posts on Twitter – I am not on Twitter a lot these days!

    1. Thank you so much Ingrid. I am glad you liked the piece. You do not have to apologize. We choose the social media that we are most comfortable with. And you also have to finish your novel. Can’t wait to read it.

      1. I imagine. I think I will start finishing my novel too. Or start a totally new one. Problem is that I work too much and I don’t have enough time. That said something has to give up. Somehow I have to find the time.

      2. This is always the problem: juggling priorities! I would also love to read your novel, so do keep me posted xx

      3. Thank you Ingrid. If I get a draft out it will not be till the end of the next summer. The good thing is that I am thinking seriously about.

    1. “poetic writing lives and breathes on Twitter” I was really surprised when I realized that. There one is immersed in gorgeous poetry every minute. In fact I was so surprised that I asked a colleague who teaches in the School of Communication why is that. His answer was: Twitter is for writers.
      Have a great weekend Eric, and thank you for everything.

    1. Thank you so much hon. Sending you lots of love and my best wishes. Please take care of yourself.

    1. Thank you from the bottom of my heart for the congrats and the beautiful words 🙏🌹🌸🥰

    1. Thank you for your beautiful comment Cindy.
      “of the first tender kiss when love is fresh and young.” Indeed I tried to express that.

  2. I lovely surprise to find this afternoon, dearest Gabriela. The love described in this poem pulls at us all, as does the beauty of the flower and the connectedness of our hearts to nature. A beautiful highlight to my afternoon. xoxoxo

    1. Thank you so much for your beautiful words Jeff. They brighten my evening 🌺🌸🌹

    1. Hi Jude, so great to hear from you. Thank you for your kind words. I hope everything is well with you. I bought your book and it’s on my blog on a post called Summer Recommendations or something like this. I loved it. It’s really great. How is the novel going?


      1. I didn’t see the pose🥺
        Lemme go look for it. My God the novel has been one heck of an experience. I’m in the final Grammar edits and other small things like small inconsistencies here and there. I’m keeping my fingers crossed.

      2. Great. Please check my blog back by the end of the next week, begging of the following. Again good luck with the novel.

      3. Any poem. It could be one published on your book. Check my latest PDT and click on MasticadoresUsa to see the guidelines for submission

      4. Ok. Write something if you want and send it to me when you can. No rush. I have a bunch of submissions already and people waiting to be published. But I am to publish you too. After all it’s you 😊

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