Writers Of The Rio Grande Classic Originally Pub June 02, 2010

We held each other close
Under the blankets whispering
About the many tomorrows
Which awaited us.    Eager hands
Still exploring soft curves.   Lips
And tongues tirelessly executing
Fancy dances on exposed flesh
Tasting eternity—-    At least
Until dawn arrived and I saw
You without the glow.   The words
Of love which flowed from me
Unchecked met with a disbelieving
Stare and then        shut down.  You
Inscrutable and mysterious
Quickly releasing me from your embrace
As though I were diseased…
Al buen entendedor  pocas palabras
Mi  falso amor.   The good listener needs
Few words, my fake love.

Julieta Corpus
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Author: Julieta Corpus

Julieta Corpus has been writing since the age of eleven. She graduated from UTPA with a Bachelors Degree in Interdisciplinary Studies. She’s been an elementary school teacher for the past eleven years, but has never stopped writing. She’s been published by UTPA”s Gallery Magazine, Tendiendo Puentes, a poetic anthology, Mesqite Review, STCC’s Interstice and Tierra Firme , and in the September 2009 issue of the Mcallen Monitor’s Festiva, Writers Edition. She also organizes poetry readings and is an active member and participant of the Rio Grande Valley Poetry Festival and the San Benito Writers forum. Julieta blames her penchant for the dramatic in her poetry to a life long addiction to Mexican soap operas. And she is a regular contributor to Writers of the Rio Grande

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