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Written by Noris Roberts

Translated from the Spanish by the poet

Narrated by Kristine Doll


Let me be among some phrase on your lips,

during an instant that pretends to be budding,

where kisses and thirst are intertwined…


Let me be enveloped in your kisses,

amidst the unpredictable touch of your fingers,

in the memory of some thought


Let me lean in the mirror of your eyes;

we are like two cities

that while being so near

are lost in a fog


Like the swaying of the sea on the sand

I serenely search for that feeling

that swore love among a thousand interrupted phrases…


Out of mere necessity,

let me be filled with you



Noris Roberts was born in the city of Puerto La Cruz, Venezuela. She received her Ph.D. in Commercial Law at the Universidad Santa Maria, in Caracas. In 2002 I published The Mirror of the Soul, a limited edition that was privately sold to help fund a healthcare foundation for abandoned and poverty stricken children. She has published in a myriad of literary magazines and several poetry anthologies. In addition, two collections of her poems will soon be published. She has two websites: “De Letra en Letra” and “Palabras Pinceladas” Recently she  was honored by being appointed Peace Ambassador for Cercle Universel de la Paix representing Venezuela and was awarded with Naji Naaman’s Literary Prize (honorary member of Maison Naaman pour la Culture).



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