Tuesday, May 11, 2021

New Poetry by Sergio Antonio

Infinite Plain

frosty mountain range, 
tumultuous river,
navigation on the sea of dull 
—no spellbinding colors 
to dream about,

golden pink desert night,
shoreline that stretches the horizon
until it looks like the horizon.

You end up touching me
though I'm faceless.

- © Sergio Antonio 2021

Sergio Antonio is a retired, Educator, Bilingual-Queer PRican Poet, and Human Rights Activist. Pushcart nominee, Best of the Web, Best of the Net, nominee. He took 2nd place in the 2016 Ramón Ataz annual poetry competition, sponsored by Alaire Publishing House. He workshops his poetry in RatsAssReview workshop. Recent credits include Spanish audio poems in GATO MALO Editing, Maleta Ilegal, Frances House, South Florida Poetry Journal, RatsAssReview, The Maynard, and Spillwords. He is the Founder of Undertow Tanka Poetry Review now La Resaca. Founder of the Online LGBTTQI+ Elderly Virtual Caribbean Artist Public Housing Collective and Publishing Press.

1 comment:

John Haugh said...

Nicely atmospheric language! Good work! JohnH