Poetry by Gabriela M.
your eyes, the prohibition of cold winters
my eyes, the wanderers of earth
a copper sea mimics the candor
silence flies over the same archipelago
golden feathers are your waters
your lips taste wine
your breath smells corolla of flowers
we killed into your sands
the ridicule of the unknown
and went beyond
the ecstasies pantomimed
inside of the forever known
a golden yolk suspends itself in the warm air
a key is turning in a lock
the cries of winds vibrate an air sock
About the Poet
Gabriela M. is a US university professor and the author of three novels. Her poetry was published by Spillwords Press, STRAW #zine a London based magazine, Wolff Poetry Literary Magazine, and Vita Brevis. Her poem “come back to me” was included in the anthology America’s Emerging Poets Southeast Region (Z Publishing House, December 13, 2018). You can find more of her work here.
For the first time in nearly five years, Vita Brevis is closed for submission. Read the full story here.
Such wonderful imagery! It felt like I was there with you. 😊
Thank you kindly!
You’re very welcome 😊
I didn’t t realize it was you 😊
Congrats! It is a lovely piece of writing.
Thank you so much!