Poetry from Graciela Noemi Villaverde

Light skinned Latina woman with blonde hair and earrings and a black top.
COME
 
Like a boat wake 
What, escape from time 
And not from water
I come from the slow day of words, 
That the moment undoes to the elements
I come and prostrate myself at this time of the afternoon, before the altar of shadows
I come from the gestures that have sunk in a sea 
Without voices, with dry violet eyes, on the bottom rock
I know that the twilights accumulate and surround me
Here I am 
I have been going, silently, for the silences
The times do not match 
The words leave me in cycles of old voices 
That's why I come and go 
No questions, no answers.

GRACIELA NOEMI VILLAVERDE is a writer and poet from ConcepciĆ³n del Uruguay (Entre Rios) Argentina. Based in Buenos Aires, she graduated in letters and is the author of seven books of poetry, 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. Commissioner of honor in the executive cabinet IN THE EDUCATIONAL AND SOCIAL RELATIONS DIVISION, of the UNACCC SOUTH AMERICA ARGENTINA CHAPTER.

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