Monday, June 1, 2015

IULIA GHERGHEI


IULIA GHERGHEI
THE SPRING AFFAIR
Dancing
Dandelions
Dancing
Daffodils
Trembling
Daisies
Spades of grass
Whispering
Allergies
Yellow signs
Pink and white
Sneeze sounds all over
Blue, enormous skies
Signs
Hints
Innuendos
Lovers lanes on
Season changing street
Adam and Eve, playing
Quite blue
Your view over my jade cleavage
Opaque, the facade
Frozen in a charade
Eyelids usurp the stare
Vapors, muted sighs coiled in ice statues
Swan neck postures
Blown into mirrors with fury
Under your slick move
My acceptance should reside
But I have my pride
My eyelashes flash thunders
Melting your entire edifice
Quite blue
Your ruin spread at my feet
The merciful gods stoned your shade
Into a jade serpent
A fix target to shot apples on
Lost in blue curtains
You stain me with your stare
I melt my corners with your breath
Two sculptures rusting their shades
Two stars colliding in despair
Me, a tempest, I unveil soft spots for you
You, a tornado, swirl over my skies
We soar, lost in blue curtains
Till the Big Bang unfolds itself
Our story told and retold,
Some wounded, some blessed,
Travels restless through the galaxy
Chocolate ribbons spread on my skin
Strawberries touching lips
Love and lust in infinite dosage

IULIA GHERGHEI



We are delighted to announce that our poet Iulia Gherghei from Romania has been chosen as the winner of the Blackwater Poetry Group festival competition. Congratulations Iulia. OUR POETRY ARCHIVE feels proud to publish the winning poem!


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