Noria Adel

Noria Adel

Noria Adel – Photographer, Visual Artist, Literary Writer and Poet was born in 1980, Algiers (Algeria). After studying Art, she lived until 2011 in Damascus (Syria) and had a unique experience of a fascinating and contradictory country.

Laureate Artists – 2012 of the UNESCO-Aschberg Bursaries for Artists – CREATIVE WRITING. July 2013, participating in the 16th edition of the Poetry Festival, Voice of the Mediterranean (Lodève, France). Participating in The 9th edition of the Malta Mediterranean Literature Festival, 2014 and the Malta Literature Cross Frontiere (LAF) translation workshop, 2014.

 
Noria Adels’ recent publications:

  • Cronaca di un venerdi a Damasco da Qui-letteratura arte e società fra le Regioni e le Culture Mediterranee. Poiesis Editrice, Alberobello. No. 9, 2014, p. 53-60, p. 101-106, p. 131-136. Photographia
  • MIR HAZAR, Kamran, (Ed.). Poems for the Hazara: A Multilingual Poetry Anthology and Collaborative Poem by 125 Poets from 68 Countries, United States, Full Page Publishing, 2014, p. 73.
  • Voix de la Méditerranée Anthologie poétique 2013, édition La passe du vent, France 2013, p. 14.
  • TAMZALI, Wassyla, (Dir.). «Damas/Alger. L’allumeur de réverbères» dans Histoires minuscules des révolutions arabes, Montpellier, Chèvrefeuille étoilée, 2012, p. 57-62.
  • Youss veillera le marais, acte poétique d’un gardien, Alger, Al Beyt, 2009, Théâtre.
  • Entorse géométrique, Arbre bleus, fantasmes naufragés, Alger, Mille feuilles, 2009, p.20-42, Poésie.

 
Please visit:

http://www.recoursaupoeme.fr/poètes/noria-adel | https://adelnoria.wordpress.com/

 
I left my eyes on the edge of my palms
I wet my wrists
I wet my hips
I wet my voice
And I left my pillow alone in the water

 

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I want to see my eyelashes lose themselves in the eternity of your pores

 

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I left the little line that tightens the shaded edge of your lips.
And I left in its crease a sweet red and a few words.
Between my teeth your voice was stunned

 

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Over me slides without trail
Green and odorless …
Your words.

 
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