The Quiet Fire by Marija Makeska

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April 15, 2013 by northerncardinalreview

Standing before a door of an old house,
I am looking for your tender eyes between the clovers.
Where they have fallen
Are they hiding,
Are they secretly smiling to me,
Or blinking from the heart,
The Quiet Fire is hidden there
Covering your soul,
The whole earth is lighted,
And my heart is delighted.

Marija Makeska is a visual artist and a filmmaker focusing on describing the beauty of Macedonian, Caucasian and Eurasian cultures. She also writes gothic poetry. Her art is not limited to a particular medium, instead, she likes to experiment with pictures, music and words. Her poetry is very visual and theatrical. Previous publications include a poetry book “The Sun and The Beauty” (2006), the poem “Homesickness” for the Macedonian Digest, a number of art exhibitions and films presented to the public through film festivals. A current resident of Canton, Michigan.

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