Tuesday Badinage: March 20, 2018

I read this description, and I thought, This is lovely. Who wouldn’t want to be described like that? “I don’t think he was a genius. Einstein was a genius; Buster Keaton was astonishing. I’ve never seen any human being able to perform as brilliantly and gracefully with such unusually gifted timing. There was only one Keaton.Continue reading “Tuesday Badinage: March 20, 2018”

Reflections Before Bedtime #65

The most interesting kind of eyes are the outspoken ones. They have no choice but to be honest. I love the ones that can tell a whole story. The ones that can’t feign interest. The eyes that pretend to ignore but can’t. The ones that can hold a different conversation than the mouth. The eyesContinue reading “Reflections Before Bedtime #65”

Monday Inspiration: November 2, 2015

By: Gabriela Yareliz On Sunday, the NYC Marathon sliced my neighborhood in half. I kept wondering how I would make it to the other side. Then, when I needed to cross, the runners were gone and so were the barricades. Isn’t that how we spend most of our time? Worrying about things that will runContinue reading “Monday Inspiration: November 2, 2015”

Emerald Moonlight Pearl

By: Gabriela Yareliz Stolen glances, houses white under moonlight; emerald hills. Peace and angst in blend, golden shadows cast. The sky is a perfect shade of dark, a blue so thick it envelopes resignation. Trembling emotion, the kind that leaves you breathless and crying-all at once. It leaves you gasping for not air, not peace,Continue reading “Emerald Moonlight Pearl”

Ojos/ Eyes

By: Gabriela Yareliz Ojos astrales [Poema: Texto completo] José P. H. Hernández Si Dios un día cegara toda fuente de luz,  el universo se alumbraría con esos ojos que tienes tú. Pero si -lleno de agrios enojos por tal blasfemia- tus lindos ojos Dios te arrancase, para que el mundo con la alborada de tuContinue reading “Ojos/ Eyes”