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A poem by Stelio F. (Mozambique), second place in the Poetry category of the Nature Literary Contest 2018-2019:
Dear Friends and Authors,
We are very happy to share with you this beautiful poem, by Clair O. (Cork – Ireland), the winner of the “International Literary Contest Nature 2018-2019”.
The Lady of Coram
Who is she wish of hand?
Fainted lady of Coram,
Calling to the frozen abyss,
Hush to the dead-
Floating frozen ocean shore,
Lost of sight and broken sea floors,
Simple words that string the line,
Gain of nothing; lost of the divine.
She taunts them to escape frozen shores,
Under her rule of taunting pain,
Giving false hope to the frozen souls,
The lady of Coram owns the game.
What is her aim but to win?
She surely carries out her task,
Stay a moment and hear her callous laugh,
To silence the lost is her forte,
All the souls trapped in ocean ice,
Victims of directed fallen Angels winged in black,
The being of many names traps them,
Still to me she is the lady of Coram,
Calling to the dark I hear their roars,
It’s all I ever really hear,
Frozen soul, Ocean Sea,
I wait for the sun to set the shore alight,
Still all that is before me is the Ocean Coram,
I walk away all alone,
I ignore the lost and frozen,
Does that make me worse?
Still under all the façade-
Am I just like her - the lady of the dark.
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Dear Authors and Friends,
We decided to publish today all the results of our Contest: Pre-Finalists and Finalists at once.
Congratulations to all the winners!
1 th - The Lady of Coram (Ireland) – by Claire O' Connell
2 nd - Paint Me (Mozambique) – by Stelio Filipe
3 rd - God the Rock (US) – by Janine Canan
1 th – Breathless (US) – by Mona Winston
2 nd - Very Precious! (Brazil) – by Odenir Follador
3 rd - The Warning (Brazil) – by João Araújo
More Selected Poetry
Humanity; Reconciling with Nature (Nigeria) by Chimezie Ihekuna
A MORNING SUNRISE (US) by Joan B.
Totem (Poland) by Eliza Segiet
REDOLENT (South Africa) by Adiela Akoo
noi doi ne ciocnim OR we two collide (Romania) by Ion Calota
RAIN AND SALT (Italy) by Alberto Arecchi
PULSANT LIFE AT SEA (Brazil) by Tauã Rangel
THE NATURE (Brazil) by Luiz Pereira
Our hearts are roses (Brazil) by Lindalva Casteluber
LIFE CHANGES LIFE TURNOUT LIFE TURNS (Brazil) by Paula Andrade
LET THERE BE LIGHT! (Brazil) by Thayanne Silva
Necessary (Brazil) by Leon Lus
YOUR LIGHT (Brazil) by Edilson Leão
LAW OF RETURN (Brazil) by Ilva da Silva
LOVE (Brazil) by Simone Souza
Song of the nature (Romania) by Savu Elena-Corina
I see one world (Brazil) by Beatrice Medrado
Toxic relationship (Brazil) by Beatriz Gomes
Embracing sky (Brazil) by Jeanete Shimara
Inspiration (Portugal) by Pedro Vale
To the nature (Bangladesh) by Md. Mahbubul Alam (John)
What a beautiful life! (Brazil) by Viviane Parreira
More Selected Short Stories
FOR AN INNOCENT LOOK (Brazil) By Thayanne Silva
It's just appearance (Brazil) by Adriani Alini da Silva
See you soon.
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A poem to all poets by Mr. Ben, Chimezie Ihekuna.
In his Book "The Array of Thoughts"
Loving My Poetry
I love my poetry
That’s our matrimony
I treat her like my wife
That’s why our union has no strife!
The praises of her virtues I’ve Poured
Her excesses of words I’ve taken Out
She made known our undying love through her Emotions
Everything about her has been a reflection of her Reality
She has been a success through her Yearning
In a nutshell, loving my poetry is loving my Poured Out Thoughts
My Poured Out Thoughts are made possible through the reality of my yearning.
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