Poem by Gabriela Marie Milton
pearls braid themselves onto my dress
yesterday’s departure sign
I shed sweet tears on the tip of the old oak
oh, cross, you burn the skin he so much loved
rosy moons turn water into wine
she came again tonight
the nightingale who sings of Sappho’s suicide
Woman: Splendor and Sorrow: | Love Poems and Poetic Prose by Gabriela Marie Milton featured in San Francisco Book Review
Woman: Splendor and Sorrow: Love Poems and Poetic Prose by Gabriela Marie Milton is a touching poetry collection centering on love, philosophy, and heartbreak. Packed with rich imagery and figurative language, Milton’s poems color the pages with beauty, inspiration, and sincerity…
Reviewed By: Theresa Kadair
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- Thank you again to those who enter the poetry contest Woman: Splendor and Sorrow. I hope to announce the winners at the end of October.
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