May 18, 2016 Poetry , POETRY / FICTION


Anca Mihaela Bruma



The Time Reset Again



The Time reset again its clock!

Exiled stars echoed on the insides,

pleading for my Nouns to be sung!…


The Time reset again its clock!

And memories are lost between dialogues,

Still… my Heart hangs on your five syllables!…


The Time reset again its clock!

Breaking my essence in a thousand mirrors,

“Being” and “To Be” lost its Conjugation!…












How do I love you?…


With all your astronomies and eternities

with all your uncharted geographies,

and left unstudied philosophies!


With your different constellations,

supernova desires

and gravitational collapses

inside your luminosity,

outside your debris…


This is the Astronomy of Love!

This is the Astronomy of Life!


This is MeYou!…








Do not miss Dr Prerna Singla‘s interview with Anca Mihaela Bruma in Tuck Magazine




Anca Mihaela Bruma

My name is Anca Mihaela Bruma, I am Romanian living in Dubai/UAE. My love for poetry started when I was just 9 years old, when I registered myself to some creative poetry writing group. It was a turning point for me as I started to discover the mysteries of the written word and its impact on the readers. I was just 6 years old when I registered myself at a public library, being fascinated by the readings. The passion for reading, composing and reciting the written words was extended to choosing the first degree, a BA in English and Romanian Philology. While a teenager, I was published in various journals of poetry.

Since an early age, I have always viewed writing poetry as the perfect medium which is able to depict profound unfathomable complexities of someone’s life or life itself, to render into words that which is unsayable, that ineffable, which can be truly deeper than the language itself. Through my writings, as well years of readings, I always looked to seek something beyond that which was apparent to others! I was fascinated to see how different aspects of truth were transfigured by different emotions, how experiences were poetized. I pursued seeing beauty expressed in all forms of art, not just poetry; creating a “thirst” within me to explore more and more for the knowledge of the mystery beneath and beyond it, as a symbol of something greater and higher with its own power to immortalize the expressions over the years.


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