Friday, May 1, 2020



The Kreutzer Sonata

Puzzling, airborne males glowed

red, green, and yellow

like bathing in an excited polar sunlight

or like flashing spasmodically their mirrors~

femme fatale fireflies~

or like some Morse signals.

Hoped to be thrilled in unison

in an eye-blink,

on the highest peak

of the Great Smoky Mountains,

like those pure lights and darks

in contradistinction

played by Beethoven or

like those objects of love and hate

hindered by Tolstoy

in The Kreutzer Sonata.

Dancing Samba Touré

In a Saharan Samba Touré,
a new, blue dance
hits the hotness
of the sand grain and impregnates
the souls with love. There is no chance for God
to be seen, but to be felt
in a high- spirited way. The same tattooed sadness
and its subconscious ascesis
are released in the burning,
hypnotic air. All the feelings can return
to what they have been once ~
a cyclic evolution in perfectionism. Those free people
being like blue birds of happiness touch
a sky dancing Takamba. Some shadows of the day
fly in the moonlight
to cool off. Old ghosts of memory
are penetrated in their grain of thinking
by the whole world's ancient spirituality~
a need to survive.

Bioelectromagnetic Golden Temples

Holy words to drive off
raised thoughts,
to cut some meanings,
to pour down all the depths,
and to warm our winter within.
Bloom of life
to accompany old songs
hidden in new hymns-
human misery and degradation.
Sufferings to rise up
in the air of shrouded sanctums.
Self-bright sun to descend from
a symbiotic sky, every evening,
to make everything be golden-
the rivers, the rivers, the rivers.
Hopes to be carried home,
to be eaten like gold.
Time to be broken,
to be danced in its armour-
by hurricanes, by eternity
towards anarchy and chaos.


MARIETA MAGLAS: The Oddville Press, Sybaritic Press, Prolific Press, Silver Birch Press, Ardus Publications, and some others published the poems of Marieta Maglas in anthologies like Near Lin: A Collection of Words and Art Inspired by Octavia Estelle Butler, edited by Marie Lecrivain in the USA, The Oddville Press Summer 2018,published by Mike Coombes in the USA, Nancy Drew Anthology: Writing&Art Featuring Everybody's Favorite Female Sleuth- October, 2016, edited by Melanie Villines, The Aquillrelle Wall of Poetry, edited by Yossi Faybish, who edited, also, her poetry book, Cubic Words, in Belgium, Three Line Poetry and Tanka Journal, edited by Glenn Lyvers in the USA. Also, she is a co-author in A Divine Madness: An Anthology of Modern Love Poetry, edited by John Patrick Boutilier in the UK, in Enchanted- Love Poems and Abstract Art, edited by Gabrielle De La Fair in Slovakia, and many others in Asia, others in Asia, Australia.

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