Poetry from Graciela Noemi Villaverde

White woman with thick light brown hair and bangs, earrings, mascara and eyeshadow and lipstick. She's middle aged.
Graciela Noemi Villaverde
I can call you love
The last pulse of light is stubborn, at regular intervals 
I can call you king from the foam of the sun.
or the premature eyes of the moon ... 
The minutes before sunrise they are hieroglyphs ... 
Is that I am, so vulnerable like the course of the foam that stays or breaks on the shore 
I can call you love and kiss your feet or confuse you with a stranger  
Don't tempt me with music that encloses the deranged image of the Grail and his train of suicide bombers  
Because I am here, Flickering between heaven and earth! 

Graciela Noemi Villaverde is an Argentine poet/writer based in Buenos Aires. She 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 World Honorary President of the same institution.