Author: Sergio Remon Alvarez

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Carbon Dust

Poem Life is like a burning ember crackling on the edge of an inferno but the flames never arrive instead the slow consumption of the soul when heat rises to the point of combustion...

belonging poem 0

A Place Where I Belong

Poem   I almost always find myself at the little pink house on Rue Saint-Vincent on the Butte Montmartre. I go there to see Amala Landré sing Edith Piaf songs and to see them...

poem about artist 0

To Dance

Poem I like to Stand When I read I feel I can be More Expressive I failed acting Class Who fails acting In church? Still I do not like To be Behind a podium...

introspective poetry 0

To What Destiny of Mine

Poem   To what destiny of mine I ask , O conscript fathers, so that I may have this query rejoined. I tour the western rim of the fluvius Tiberis as night pursues the...

place poem 0

Cathedral

Poem In the park, Which reminds me of The Luxembourg Gardens trees swell with bursts of cadmium fires Windswept branches sway like Burnt-umber menorahs under the Weight of lamp-black snow The fluttering of countless...