Japanese stamp

drawing flowers
their scent is lost in the coal
drawing flowers with black pen
no color perturbs my eye
cold shapes on white sheets
as  life hurries
to eat the asphalt beneath my feet
drawing flowers
emptying the brain
long breaths in rhythmic pace
as life hurries
to consume my nerves
drawing flowers on and on
I am prepared to collide in the storm

4 thoughts on “Japanese stamp

  1. Louis Kasatkin

    The calmness and serenity captured in Iulia’s exquisite poem bears a striking similarity to that intangible quality the reader might associate with Haiku. ” Japanese stamp “, in this reviewer’s estimation, is Iulia’s best work to date.

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  2. Louis Kasatkin

    This poem comprises one of the twelve chosen for inclusion in ,PICK OF THE POEMS;QUARTERLY 2012 RETROSPECTIVE: PART 2
    The second quarterly , ” PICK OF THE POEMS ” PART 2 : Poems posted @ http://www.destinypoets.co.uk during April 1st – June 30th. The editorial choice is again tabulated in alphabetical order. …”Blue eyed Boy’s Mother”. by Sana Rose….”Day dreams”.by Annie Marie…”Forefathers” by Sarita Jenamani…”Give flowers”.by Leander David…”Give yourself to true love
    “.by Rima Jaber…”I am waiting”.by Nalini Priyadarshni…”If I could turn back time”.by Sharon Elizabeth Walker…”Japanese Stamp”.by Iulia Gherghei…”Long tunnel of silence”.by Gopal Lahiri…”Metal Shavings”.by Martin Nicholson…”Mill Man’s Magic”.by Amol Redij…”Nature’s Child”.by Suzanne Parlee…

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