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Venusberg – Written for the Anthology Volume I: Writings from the Sudden Denouement Literary Collective

She walks slowly
like music

She feels gently
like water caressing
the stone it pierces
in the long haul of time…

The cleavage of a rose
tells all about her beauty.

Fine alabaster lies
In the heart of her skin.
Sweet fruits alive
in the deep velvet
of a green swirl
are dappled with her insurmountable scent.

She catches the tendrils of care
sent by your star
She buries them
in trenches
in her armature of love.
Your breath is
mortgaged to her smile…

Burnished sunsets
the moment
She steps
in the shade of the evening:
“Can you dance on water with I?”

© Iulia Halatz

I am delighted that this poem was included in the Sudden Denouement Anthology Volume I. The anthology is now available on Amazon.com and Amazon.co.uk.

The Sun, the Moon and the Rose

I have the Sun, the Moon and the Rose

The lake and waters blue

which regardless of weather

Gleam back the True.


The Sun…













The Moon…








The Rose…








“Men had always been the reciters of poetry in the desert” – Michael Ondaatje.


What friends?

I have the sun
and the full moons,
The air and the water

The memories of
the sweet hills
and the crescent moon
keeping the vineyards
in bloom.

For my love
I would give
My hills
wrapped in balmy
vine flowers.

“If I can stop a heart from breaking, I shall not live in vain”. Emily Dickinson



William Blake’s birthday

William Blake: 28 November 1757 – 12 August 1827.

“Imagination is the real and eternal world of which this vegetable universe is but a faint shadow.”

“The tigers of wrath are wiser than the horses of instruction.”

“If the doors of perception were cleansed every thing would appear to man as it is, Infinite.”


William Blake, “The Night of Enitharmon’s Joy“, 1795. Blake’s vision of Hecate, Greek goddess of black magic and the underworld.

William Blake








He has been my beacon in declaring my Invisible Stories, as imagination can make the Invisible, Visible.

November English/ Preclude

Preclude = to put a barrier before; to shut out; to hinder; to stop; to impede;
to keep from happening or arising; have the effect of preventing:


He couldn’t be captured in a phrase
Or one hundred…

He was like no one,

He was like a foreign country
That you travelled through
Eerie landscapes and glistening lakes
Towards horizons
Camouflaged in mists
once felt
And dreamed about.

He was like a giant umbrella
In bright colors
Protective of winds and shadows
Bandaging unseen wounds
In tenderness and




Foreign country by Harald Sohlberg.