Belquis Barés

Rookie (june 22,1959 / Rosario. Pcía. Santa Fe. Argentina)

Belquis Barés Poems

1. Moonstruck 11/16/2005
2. Hidden 11/16/2005
3. Regal Wings 11/16/2005
4. Prodigy 11/16/2005
5. Predator 11/16/2005
6. Light Bloody Roses 11/16/2005
7. Well Of Desires 11/25/2005
8. I Will Reborn 11/27/2005
9. Black Eyes 12/2/2005
10. Garland 12/4/2005
11. Melody 12/4/2005
12. If You Suffer 12/19/2005
13. My Loneliness 12/19/2005
14. Healing Of Love 1/2/2006
15. The Wind 1/2/2006
16. Dawn 1/7/2006
17. Beloved Lover 3/21/2006
18. To Burn Your Wings 3/21/2006
19. Is Born 3/21/2006
20. Missing You 11/15/2005
21. Hope 1/2/2006
22. 24/7 11/16/2005

Comments about Belquis Barés

  • G. Murdock (1/9/2006 5:29:00 AM)

    I feel like taking my clothes off in your presence, leaving my coverings as tributes on rocks. I waste myself in longitude and a latitude which will never know our lascitude, the rocky shore of our encounter in a dreamworld of poetry. I connect to you as many who pale to your feeling, your sincere rapture which accompanies the depth of poetry. To you I erect a sycophancy of all poetry which should be written in a downpoour of rain and lightening. I only hope that someday we shall meet.

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Best Poem of Belquis Barés

24/7

I am with you, my love:

Your body is my temple.

I watch through your eyes

And mark every movement.

I need your perfectly tuned senses,

Fierce as a tiger ready to attack!

I live in the very pulse of your blood:

It is your breath, the air that I breath.

Protect my love with body and soul.

Cover me with the warmth of your tenderness:

You, my fortress, my shield.

I will sail in your veins,

The twenty-four hours:

I will feed your vigor in the battle,

And clear your mind of weariness.

We ...

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Regal Wings

Nothing is impossible in love,
Only to forget what is forbidden us.
How to ignore the call of love
If the meeting cries from the soul?

There is no escape from the lover,
Because the desire is so deeply enthroned;
It is necessary to tear the heart out to extract it:
And so life escapes from us.

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