Not Yet ~ Author Bozena Helena Mazur-Nowak


Cup of fragrant coffee is tempting and waiting

Aroma filled the room, I can feel the smell

My nose is growing like Pinocchio’s nose


I do not want to get up I want to be with you,

You left your heart on the pillow next to me

I trapped you under my closed eyelids


I feel so good

Curtain dancing in the open window

I feel a gentle breeze on my neck


Trilling birds singing beautifully

Alarm clock brings me roughly to the ground

It’s time to get up time for sparring with another day


Night my friend will

Bring you in my arms again


©  Bozena Helena Mazur-Nowak


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Divided LinesLove, A Four Letter Word

28 Poets from around the world unite with poetry to express their feelings and experiences of love.

Contributing Authors: Bhisma Upreti, Bozena Helena Mazur-Nowak, Chiemezie Anyaeji Ugochukwu, Covenant Chimnonso, Disha Dinesh Sahni, Girish Sangle, Gracey Flynn, Hrishikesh Padhye, Hülya N. Yılmaz, Jisha Viswanathan, Lindsey Rhodes, Mahinour Tawfik, Mayank Nema, Nolan P. Holloway Jr., Okwor Maxwell, Poovilangothai, Raja Williams, Robert Ebi, Ronald K. Ssekajja, Rusty Shuping, Siphumle Botya, Sreejith Kulaparambil, Stephanie Francis, Steven Fortune, Sue Lobo, Sunil Algama, Tony Roberts, Zadok Kwame Gyesi

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