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‘Harbour’ and other poems by Margarita Serafimova

By: Margarita Serafimova



I am entering, the waters
are sparkling.



I resolved to bear my loss of you
as a swan bears upon the curves of her neck the atmosphere.

The River

took me away from you,
and brought me to you.

Yin and Yang

We accepted one another,
each more than the other.

It is very simple

When you are not near, my internal organs ache.
When you are near, they do not ache.


Serafimova was shortlisted for the Montreal International Poetry Prize 2017 and Summer Literary Seminars 2018 Poetry Contest, and long-listed for the Erbacce Press Poetry Prize 2018. Margarita has three collections in Bulgarian. Her work appears in Agenda Poetry, London Grip New Poetry, Trafika Europe, European Literature Network, The Journal, A-Minor, Waxwing, Nixes Mate Review, StepAway, Ink, Sweat and Tears, HeadStuff, Minor Literatures, The Writing Disorder, The Birds We Piled Loosely, Chronogram, Noble/ Gas Quarterly, Origins Journal, miller’s pond, Obra/ Artifact, TAYO, Shot Glass Journal, Opiate, Poetic Diversity, Novelty Magazine, Pure Slush, Harbinger Asylum, Punch, Tuck, Ginosko, etc.


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