Poetry from Graciela Noemi Villaverde

Light skinned Latin American woman with light brown hair, brown eyes, lipstick, earrings, a necklace, and a black blouse.
Graciela Noemi Villaverde

With a brush paint each day, a twilight 
Insisting on yellow auroras. not worth 
Retain deep images at mature age
Because the time I came after is cruel. 
not worth 
Falling on steady declines, 
desecrated the Altar of my beliefs to consolidate egos. 
not worth 
Sharpen the bow and shoot wounding arrows, 
Knowing that it is unfair. 
not worth 
Take off the scales when the heart screams and nobody listens 
This bunch of verses that feels empty when a dream ends. 
not worth 
The useless word about the dead miracle 
That can never be reborn under foundations of 


GRACIELA NOEMI VILLAVERDE Poet writer from Concepción del Uruguay Entre Ríos Argentina, based in Buenos Aires Licentiate in letters author of 7 books genre poetry. She has been awarded several times worldwide. She works as the World Manager of Educational and Social Relations of the Hispanomundial Union of Writers UHE and World Honorary President of the same institution. Activa de la Sade, Argentine Society of Writers. MEMBER OF THE HONORARY CABINET EXECUTIVE OF THE COMMISSION FOR PEACE, JUSTICE AND STRONG INSTITUTIONS OF SOUTH AMERICA ARGENTINE CHAPTER OF UNACCC UNITED NATIONS UNIT FOR CLIMATE CHANGE CENTRAL, SOUTH AMERICA, MEXICO AND THE CARIBBEAN, IN THE EDUCATIONAL AND SOCIAL RELATIONS DIVISION .