Deborah Guzzi travels for inspiration. She has visited the Great Wall of China, Nepal (during the civil war), Japan, Egypt (weeks before “The Arab Spring”), Peru, and France (during December twenty-fourteen’s terrorist attacks) and most recently to Germany and Vienna, Austria.
She considers herself a citizen of the world, first and foremost. She is published in the UK, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, China, India, France, and many, many, places throughout the USA.
POEM OF THE DAY
The sky continues to smolder, ashen, angry, angling for the white, open-eyed to the naiveté of man; abrading the mental landscape.
The dampening dawn to dusk, dark, sameness, erodes the psyche, evokes the melted time piece of Dali’s dream.
Eons escape the smudged firmament muffled in the bland blackness and the hidden hells of Hieronymus Bosch’sTemptation of St. Anthony.
The sky, once open, expansive, welcoming now leeches life, stifles sound, wars with warmth and smothers the scents of summer.