February 1, 2015

POETRY BY GEORGE ZAMALEA

 
George Zamalea's credits include articles, short stories, novels and books review online. He was awarded the first place from the 2011 International Latino Book Awards in the category of Best Spiritual / New Age book in English with the Six Seasonal Amendments, A Hispanic Inspiration.  He is a member of The American Society of Journalists.

6 Short Poems:  The Spiritual People Useless Taken, Exclude It Out, Relentless Fall, The Black Magic, Life, The Flowers









THE SPIRITUAL PEOPLE
USELESS TAKEN

             Where the last drops
Of the raining seasons
Have been dried up
By the hungrier earth,
The earlier sunshine ripened
Out with it!




EXCLUDE IT OUT


If you fail to recognize
    The people who must be clustered
Alone and bear their happiness
Of the corn fields in the weightless rain
As it drizzles in the emotion that it given
    Would you hold them not to fall?


RELENTLESS FALL


The white custom of red roses,
Not limit to the robe
    You are wearing
Cannot be seen as it is,
But rather as the relentless
Fall like those tears!


THE BLACK MAGIC


No mind, no God, no living hell
Are not allowing galloping through the dusk,
And like that, anything that seems
To be alive, upon your wishes,
I find myself unfolding in painful love!



LIFE


What an ordinary change!
    All has become dark
And the sky is no longer there
While the clouds seem to fume themselves
I am the one who is beginning
To scream for help!


THE FLOWERS
These tropical blossoms
Begin whispering between the slots
And as I lift them,
Suddenly all of them begin to die
Among my wetted fingers!


~George Zamalea

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