Poetry from Graciela Noemi Villaverde

Middle aged Latina woman with light brown hair, brown eyes, and red lips. She's wearing earrings and a necklace.
Graciela Noemi Villaverde


It’s time for the stone of everything that is not my silence

Of extinction, of total oblivion

Life forms endless furrows

Footprints of the road

Past mistakes sealing lips, looking up at the written pages

Eloquence of silence that sustains a silent wind

There is still so much beauty!!!

It is necessary to fall apart

Give in for a moment fair

To let the crying pass before being forgotten.

Graciela Noemi Villaverde has a degree in letters and is the author of seven books of poetry. She has been awarded several times worldwide. She works as the World Manager of Educational and Public Relations of the Hispano-Mundial Union of Writers UHE and as the World Honorary President of the same institution. She is a Buenos Aires-based Argentine writer.