The Fireflies, poetry written by David Dephy at Spillwords.com
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The Fireflies

The Fireflies

written by: David Dephy

 

I see the fireflies are rushing to meet the dawn,
I see the tears are rushing to meet the calmness,
the tears always are the words without letters,
and newborn baby always tells the truth without
any word right in mother’s heart, right in anyone’s
heart, like the rivers also are rushing to meet the sea,
the flood invades my spirit—
I see the tears are becoming the ambassadors of life,
I see the crystal clear ambassadors of future,
when the words are rushing to meet the silence—
the universe’s kiss on our thoughts.

David Dephy

David Dephy

David Dephy - The trilingual Georgian/American award-winning poet, novelist, essayist, performer, multimedia artist. The winner of the 2019 Spillwords Press Poetry Award for June’s Publication of the Month and the finalist of the Adelaide Literary Award Anthology 2019 for the category of Best Poem. An active participant in the American and international poetry and artistic scenes, such as PEN World Voices, 92Y Poetry Center, Voices of Poetry, Long Island Poetry Listings, New York Public Library, Starr Bar Poetry Series, Poets in Nassau, Poets in Massachusetts, Columbia University – School of the Arts in the City of New York, Great Weather for Media in New York City, New York City Voices, Bowery Poetry Club which named him a Literature Luminary as well as the Statorec Magazine named him the Incomparable Poet. His works have been published and anthologized in USA and all over the world by the many literary magazines, journals and publishing houses. His first book-length works in English, a poetry Lilac Shadow of a Tree and Eastern Star, are forthcoming in USA in Spring/Fall 2020 from Mad Hat Press and Adelaide Books New York, also his book-length work in English, a novel A Mystiere, is forthcoming in USA in spring 2021 from Mad Hat Press. He lives and works in New York City.
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