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Luz Maria Lopez
Nacionalidad:
Puerto Rico
E-mail:
sheleagron@yahoo.com
Biografia

Luz María López 

Luz María López (Puerto Rico) Poeta, narradora, traductora, editora y activista de asuntos de la mujer. Ha publicado libros de poesía en español e inglés. Es una de los poetas que figuran en el libro "Poesía Mundialmente Famosa de Seis Poetas Contemporáneos" (Adorn, 2017), traducciones al lenguaje bangla de Aminur Rhaman (Organización Literaria Khatak); Editora en jefe de “Voces Poéticas de Nuevo Siglo”, antología internacional de poesía (Kafla, 2016); Editora para Sur América del “Libro de Literatura Mundial de Siglo XXI”, compilación en lenguaje inglés, (Kafla, 2016). Su poesía se ha presentado en múltiples antologías internacionales y revistas literarias de renombre mundial, como “Kritya Journal of Poetry” (India), “KABIKANTHA” (Bangladesh), “The Vineyard Poetry Quarterly” (China), entre otros. Sus poemas han sido traducidos a muchos otros idiomas. También contribuye con ensayos sobre temas femeninos que se publican en revistas y periódicos en varios países. Premio Literario Kathak, Cumbre Mundial de Poetas en Dhaka, Bangladesh (2017); Shaan-E-Adab "Gloria de la Literatura", Organización Intercontinental Kafla, Udaipur, India (2016); Poeta Inspiradora Universal, Pentasi B Festival Mundial de Poesía, Accra, Ghana, (2016).

Es directora ejecutiva del Festival Mundial de Poesía (WFP) y lidera el Frente Poético Mundial en Defensa de Derechos de la Mujer (WM); Miembro de la Junta de la Asociación Internacional de Escritores (IWA-BOGDANI); Embajadora en Puerto Rico y Estados Unidos de América del Instituto Mundial por la Paz (WIP); Miembro del Comité Organizador de La Feria Internacional del Libro Eugenio María de Hostos en Mayagüez (FILEMH), Puerto Rico; Directora para España y Puerto Rico de la Fundación Capital Internacional de Escritores (WCF); Directora para España y Puerto Rico de la Unión de Escritores de la Nación Mundial (WNWU); Movimiento Poetas del Mundo; Editora para la revista literaria Galaktika Poetike “ATUNIS”. Su poesía transmite mensajes de amor, justicia social, solidaridad y respeto a la naturaleza. Afirma que los poetas son sanadores y que la poesía es la fuerza más convincente allende fronteras e ideologías.

 

Meditación

¡Esta quietud amparando el alma!
suave brisa lisonjeando sentires
en la efímera búsqueda
que desnuda dolores
lanzando a las llamas
todo vestigio hiriente
para hacerles renacer 
desde las propias cenizas 
en semillero de nuevas esperanzas
florecerlas en pájaros en vuelos
calmar su sed de cielos
y en esta encantación
-siempre dolorosa-
se redime toda fantasía
a cambio de nuevos
engaños.

VOCES 

1.
del silencio aprendes 
que esperar señales
es mirarse en espejo quebrado
lisonjear apenas tu propia imagen.

2.
del silencio aprendes
a escuchar palabras abortadas 
conceptuando aun toda intención
de nacer libres.

3.
del silencio aprendes
que la voz es pálpito 
lanzado al viento del este 
que todo lo arrastra.

4.
del silencio aprendes
a ennoblecer más miradas
que las que logran concebirse
allende el horizonte.

5.
del silencio aprendes
que las emociones laten
en pulsante imaginario
fusionando alma con voz.

6.
del silencio aprendes
a danzar desnuda sin más atuendo
que la poesía que libera
tu propia alma.

7.
del silencio aprendes
a encontrar en tu voz 
la dulce finitud de la existencia
tan ajena a la esencia de la espina.

8.
del silencio aprendes
que cada palabra asume una historia 
y al ser pronunciada libera su inherente juicio
sin más pretensión que ser concebido. 

9.
del silencio aprendes
a encontrarte con tus extravíos
tomarlos de las alas y leer 
su cándido ruego.

10.
del silencio aprendes
que el bien proviene del amor
y todo aquello que le vulnere
debe deshabitar el alma.


Santuario poético

en el estuario de tus ojos brota mi poesía
tu boca bésame tal silabario apócrifo 
y así vas despertando las aves 
que se mecían dormidas en mi adentros
y mis manos buscan sosegar la avidez
impúdicas se deslizan 
tentadas por el ardor de la cereza
la sombra y la vida
el espasmo que invita 
a desnudar el olor de tu piel 
en mis adentros
porque urge desparramar un sueño 
tal rezo divino
escapulario de pieles
eyaculando bálsamos 
fieros 
benditos
estremecidos
como ninguna otra fuerza 
la tuya en la mía
cataclismo de mares 
furtivos...


Luz María López

Luz María López is a writer of poetry, narrative, essays, translator, editor and activist from Puerto Rico. Her poetry books are issued in Spanish and English. Is one of the poets featured in “World Famous Poetry of Six Contemporary Poets” in Bangla language, translations by Aminur Rhaman, (Adorn, 2017); Editor in chief of “Voces Poéticas de Nuevo Siglo”, international poetry anthology in Spanish (Kafla, 2016); Assistant editor of “XXI Century Literature Book” (Kafla, 2016). Her poetry is published in many international anthologies and world renowned literary magazines, such as Kritya Journal of Poetry (India), KABIKANTHA (Bangladesh), The Vineyard Poetry Quarterly (China), among others. Her poems have been translated to Arabic, Italian, Chinese, Turkish, Polish, Catalan, Bangla. She also contributes with essays about feminine topics which are published in journals, newspapers and magazines. Luz María has participated in Poetry Festivals in Colombia, Mexico, Ghana, Turkey, Spain, India and Bangladesh and Puerto Rico. She is recipient of three literary awards: Kathak Literary Award, Dhaka International Poets Summit, Bangladesh 2017; Shaan-E-Adab “Glory of Literature” by Kafla Intercontinental, Udaipur, India 2016; Universal Inspirational Poet, by Pentasi B, Accra, Ghana, 2016. She is Clustering Executive Director at World Festival of Poetry (WFP) and leads the World Poetic Front Defending Women’s Rights (WM); Board Member of the International Writers Association IWA-BOGDANI; Poets of the World; Director for Spain and Puerto Rico at World Nation Writer's Union; President for Spain and Puerto Rico at Writers Capital Foundation; Board of Directors Member at Soflay Literary Foundation; International Parliament of Writers from Colombia - Ambassador to Puerto Rico; Editor at Galaktika Poetike “ATUNIS” Literary Magazine; International Book Fair “Eugenio María de Hostos” in Puerto Rico - Organizing Committee Member. She believes that poetry can heal the world and poets do have a social responsibility towards humankind.

Lovers


dance with me to the beat of love
where a memory hangs over a cloud
and whispers secrets to the night 
calling to the moon to look at us
naked bodies on the sand
romancing a lurid waltz 
turning all silence into passionate cry 
tongues sealing our salt 
twirls of flesh tied in one
ancient desires blushing anew
on the warm carpet of tiny crystal roses
bathed by tropical waves 
lucid dreams romancing the mind 
where only you can conceive
the power of your gravity
taking over all my fire
until finally subdued
into pulsing 
karma! 

 

Your Eyes

roses
morning roses
the warmness of their passion
metaphors spelled within my lips
the sweetest delirium 
ten thousand birds 
singing in my heart

roses
only roses!

your eyes…!

 

Lapsus Calami

Strange pleasure
to challenge emotions
throw them to the wind
erratic - ardent
unsheltering the narrowness
glass exorcisms 
to smile
- inaudibly -
the benevolent certainty
digging the chest
nurturing new roots
migrants - throbbing
to conceive an oblivion
snatching from 
the rapt time 
its dead
sores
to open the door
praise other fires
grow in them.

Heal.

 

 


Lovers


dance with me to the beat of love
where a memory hangs over a cloud
and whispers secrets to the night 
calling to the moon to look at us
naked bodies on the sand
romancing a lurid waltz 
turning all silence into passionate cry 
tongues sealing our salt 
twirls of flesh tied in one
ancient desires blushing anew
on the warm carpet of tiny crystal roses
bathed by tropical waves 
lucid dreams romancing the mind 
where only you can conceive
the power of your gravity
taking over all my fire
until finally subdued
into pulsing 
karma! 

Luz María López

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Your Eyes

roses
morning roses
the warmness of their passion
metaphors spelled within my lips
the sweetest delirium 
ten thousand birds 
singing in my heart

roses
only roses!

your eyes…!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Lapsus Calami

Strange pleasure
to challenge emotions
throw them to the wind
erratic - ardent
unsheltering the narrowness
glass exorcisms 
to smile
- inaudibly -
the benevolent certainty
digging the chest
nurturing new roots
migrants - throbbing
to conceive an oblivion
snatching from 
the rapt time 
its dead
sores
to open the door
praise other fires
grow in them.

Heal.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Luz María López is a writer of poetry, narrative, essays, translator, editor and activist from Puerto Rico. Her poetry books are issued in Spanish and English. Is one of the poets featured in “World Famous Poetry of Six Contemporary Poets” in Bangla language, translations by Aminur Rhaman, (Adorn, 2017); Editor in chief of “Voces Poéticas de Nuevo Siglo”, international poetry anthology in Spanish (Kafla, 2016); Assistant editor of “XXI Century Literature Book” (Kafla, 2016). Her poetry is published in many international anthologies and world renowned literary magazines, such as Kritya Journal of Poetry (India),KABIKANTHA (Bangladesh), The Vineyard Poetry Quarterly (China), among others. Her poems have been translated to Arabic, Italian, Chinese, Turkish, Polish, Catalan, Bangla. She also contributes with essays about feminine topics which are published in journals, newspapers and magazines. Luz María has participated in Poetry Festivals in Colombia, Mexico, Ghana, Turkey, Spain, India and Bangladesh and Puerto Rico. She is recipient of three literary awards: Kathak Literary Award, Dhaka International Poets Summit, Bangladesh 2017; Shaan-E-Adab “Glory of Literature” by Kafla Intercontinental, Udaipur, India 2016; Universal Inspirational Poet, by Pentasi B, Accra, Ghana, 2016. She is Clustering Executive Director at World Festival of Poetry (WFP) and leads the World Poetic Front Defending Women’s Rights (WM);Board Member of the International Writers Association IWA-BOGDANI; Poets of the World; Director for Spain and Puerto Rico at World Nation Writer's Union; President for Spain and Puerto Rico at Writers Capital Foundation; Board of Directors Member at Soflay Literary Foundation; International Parliament of Writers from Colombia - Ambassador to Puerto Rico; Editor at Galaktika Poetike “ATUNIS” Literary Magazine; International Book Fair “Eugenio María de Hostos” in Puerto Rico - Organizing Committee Member. She believes that poetry can heal the world and poets do have a social responsibility towards humankind.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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