Loreta Muskardin

Rookie (February 20,1958 / Rijeka, Croatia)

Loreta Muskardin Poems

41. Monologue 9/8/2007
42. Ptica Selica 11/16/2008
43. Pospano Moje 9/8/2007
44. Poetry Crayons 9/8/2007
Best Poem of Loreta Muskardin

Poetry Crayons

Some words should be written
with a black crayon on a black wall
To live only in the shadows of mind
Never to be read by anyone else

Today, I am writing on the wall
with the orange crayon in my hand
to display myself and to share a bit
All the words fall into here slowly
Like the mother rain pouring from
her throne over the children playing

Some words should only be written
With an orange crayon upon black walls.

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How Do I Feel You

There was a poem with
Opening lines
How do I love you?
Let me count the ways.

And that was that,
And this is this.
My poem breathes with
Different gasps.

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