Marieta Maglas is a co-author in some anthologies published by Ardus Publications, Sybaritic Press, Prolific Press, and Silver Birch Press.
Rainbow in Fall
In the chilly sunset's pall,
the bleeding Fall
makes tones of orange
beyond the horizon.
The skin of the sky yellows.
Some hopes slip out of the cloud pillows.
The powerful green leaves the life.
The shining blue breaks up, in a strife.
To treat the agony of the soul's feelings,
the violet, downcast wisdom's eyes
search for some holy, hidden meanings
of the written truth ~ words in ruth.
The time silently pulses in the veins
of those aged Tuaregs dressed in indigo.
They seem to be gigantic statues guarding
the temple mountains of the Sahara desert.
Poem by Marieta Maglas
Tuaregs are nomadic pastoralists, also named "blue people" due to their indigo-colored clothing covering their tattooed skin stains. They can be found mainly in the Sahara desert. The Tuaregs played an important role in the conflicts of the Saharan area. The meaning of this word is "freemen". Their astral connections include Orion for the desert warrior, the Ursa Major for the waking up moments of the camel mother, and the Ursa Minor for the sleeping baby camel. Tuaregs drink the goat's and the camel's milk that gives them power to use some weapons like swords, lances, and shields. They play music like Takamba using the violin and the drums. Their poems are called Tisiway.
Marieta Maglas (author) on September 27, 2019:
Thank you, dear Hari.
Hari Prasad S from Bangalore on September 21, 2019:
A great poetic introduction to Saharan people. Enjoyed the imagery.
Marieta Maglas (author) on September 15, 2019:
Thank you, dear Lorna.
Lorna Lamon on September 15, 2019:
Your poem took me on a journey of discovery, beautifully written. I appreciated learning of the history of the 'Tuaregs' and so interesting that they write poetry and play music.
Marieta Maglas (author) on September 14, 2019:
Thank you, John.
John Hansen from Queensland Australia on September 13, 2019:
An enjoyable poem, and thank you for sharing information on the Tuaregs.
Marieta Maglas (author) on September 13, 2019:
Thank you, Ruby.
Ruby Jean Richert from Southern Illinois on September 13, 2019:
This is a beautiful poem. I love rainbows. Thank you.