Delighted to have two new poems, “menos tu vientre” & What is there to write in the latest issue of The Curly Mind (July 15, 2016). Many thanks as always to Reuben Woolley for giving my poems a wonderful home. Be sure to give a read to issue 4 of this blogzine. Lot of work I admire.
Below are the links for the poems :
“menos tu vientre”
What is there to write?
(Suggested reading : Miguel Hernández)
Big thanks to James Penha, editor at The New Verse News for featuring my work. I am very pleased and honored to see my poem, Doors in the eyes of a refugee child, posted atop the magazine’s website today (March 9, 2016). Since 2005, the magazine (US) is presenting almost every day politically progressive poetry on current events and topical issues, large & small, international & local.
Click here to read the poem: Doors in the eyes of a refugee child
Very pleased to have a poem of mine called Frost in the eyes of a refugee woman published by I am not a silent poet (February 24, 2016). My humble and deepest gratitude to the editor Reuben Woolley for choosing once again my work.
Click here to read the poem : Frost in the eyes of a refugee woman
I won’t come home again published in The Bitchin’ Kitsch November 2015 issue (October 30, 2015). Many thanks to the editors. Read it on ISSU (pp. 24-25):
Click here to read the poem: I won’t come home again
A Hope Baby published in I am not a silent poet (October 29, 2015). A big thanks to the editor, Reuben Woolley.
Click here to read the poem: A Hope Baby
News link :
Syrian baby ‘Hope’ born with shrapnel in her head survives
I’m a death baby published in Thirteen Myna Birds, a journal that publishes “the evocative, the connotative, the denotative, the oblique…” (October 29, 2015). Thanks to the editor of the journal, Juliet Cook.
This poem is now traveling from North America to Europe having found its second home in I am not a silent poet (October 30, 2015). Honored and grateful. Thanks Reuben Woolley for the warm welcome of the piece.
Click here to read the poem : I’m a death baby