Poetry from Maja Milojkovic

Younger middle aged white woman with long blonde hair, glasses, and a green top and floral scarf and necklace.
Maja Milojkovic

Daddy's Daughter
Dad, you wanted my name to be Julia 
Maybe because I was born in the 7th month 
Or what you liked that name, 
I am too late in this life to ask you about your wish. 
My mother wanted me to be called Maya, 
But there is a seal of 5 letters of that name carved in me.
Dad I send you a hug wherever you are, 
I'm sure you're in a better place than I am now. 
I love you, your Julia! 

The awakening of the soul from the material shackles, 
The body of flesh and blood through the mind 
And false ego holds us back, 
But it is a trick for naive people. 
Let us rise above material conception 
And be in harmony as one living organism. 
Let us unite in unconditional love, 
we poets who convey the message through the magic word, 
Which is AWAKENING. 
Let us stand up as warriors of light 
And show others the path that leads to spiritual transformation 
And self-realization of the soul.

Maja Milojković was born in 1975 in Zaječar, Serbia.
She is a person to whomfrom an early age, Leonardo da Vinci's statement "Painting is poetry that can be seen, and poetry is painting that can be heard" is circulating through the blood.
That's why she started to use feathers and a brush and began to reveal the world and herself to them.
As a poet, she is represented in numerous domestic and foreign literary newspapers, anthologies and electronic media, and some of her poems can be found on YouTube.
Many of her poems have been translated into English, Hungarian, Bengali and Bulgarian due to the need of foreign readers.
She is the recipient of many international awards.
"Trees of Desire" is her second collection of poems in preparation, which is preceded by the book of poems "Moon Circle". 
She is a member of the International Society of Writers and Artists "Mountain Views" in Montenegro,and shealso is a member of the Poetry club "Area Felix" in Serbia.

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