Julia Luber

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  • Prabir Gayen Prabir Gayen(7/16/2019 1:56:00 AM)

    Very beautiful poetess and a deep observer....a good critic to....love Julia...God bless you///

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  • Jane Campion Jane Campion(7/4/2019 12:12:00 AM)

    Julia, has poetry by the throat. Every poem is a creation from a creative mind.

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  • Julia Luber(6/14/2019 2:40:00 PM)

    I find listening to the automated versions of these very involving- they really enhance the factual logistic of the rhyme and beat. More so than the emotions, feelings, and philosophies- that's for sure.

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  • Julia Luber(5/30/2019 5:19:00 PM)

    Dear Greeta, I have always enjoyed your poems. Especially the ones that are for the Indian gods and goddesses. I feel I have learned about Raeeka and a number of other ones. I hope you enjoy my poems- they are more cognitive and philosophical than spiritual. Of the three I have posted, probably Territorial Guilt is the best. I enjoy your uplifting transcendental celebratory poems a lot!

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  • Geeta Radhakrishna Menon Geeta Radhakrishna Menon(5/30/2019 1:10:00 PM)

    Hearty welcome and wonderful to see your poems in Poem Hunter, dear Poetess Julia
    I look forward to reading your beautiful poems. God bless!

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Best Poem of Julia Luber

Territorial Guilt

For some time between, they live in flux.
Few words, strange gazes, actions either unseen
or far too rough…….
They cast upon each other reflections of themselves.
Their inner strength switched to the haunt:
Strange jealousy, unspoken, of an animals' rare pelt.

Whose identities to whom were lived in action and not fear….

The women once bedecked such not knowing who.
The stranger ones sometimes were friends, assimilating what the others do.

Some were not so suited to life-to live as plain border to die.
The Obvious with their looks amongst each other...

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