Poetry from Graciela Noemi Villaverde

Young light skinned middle aged woman with long reddish hair, reading glasses, and a pink shirt.
Graciela Noemi Villaverde
The heat rushes me towards the summer... 
There is an impious thirst in me for what is coming 
Life begins to be me 
a mix of fierce freedom 
and fierce mistrust
A late tangle of reflections
will convert all creatures 
in small transitory gods ..

And when we finally worship them fiction will begin, 
How did it happen to the Greeks? 
If there is pain, our hope is consumed 
and gives life to the homeless 
Happiness has nothing, 
It's just the song of a soul in love 
Where eternity is today 
And I will know nothing then from those days... 
when your laugh 
It echoed in the corners of my loneliness.

GRACIELA NOEMI VILLAVERDE is a poet from ConcepciĆ³n del Uruguay (Entre Rios) Argentina, based in Buenos Aires. She graduated in letters, author of seven books of poetry. that were awarded several times worldwide. She works as the World Manager of Educational and Social Projects of the Hispanic World Union of Writers and the UHE World Honorary President of the same Institution Activa de la Sade, Argentine Society of Writers. She is a Commissioner of Honor in the executive cabinet in the educational and social relations division of the UNACCC South America's Argentina Chapter.