've changed over the course of rivers
and done moving all the mountain ranges
with just the look in your eyes of frost
and the touch of your fingers on the world maps.
Lord of love and geography,
great rogue and Almighty
unconscious, now you have to rewrite the books
and my naked body
is your duty to redial the borders.
From "Geography carnal"
Josefa Parra. English poet born in Jerez de la Frontera in 1965. It is one of the new voices of poetry in English Philology española.Licenciada female. Has been awarded, among others, the Short Poetry Prize Domecq in 1989, the International Poetry Prize Loewe Youth Creation in 1995, by the book "In Praise of weeds," the International Poetry Prize La Porte des Poètes , Paris 1999, for the plaquette "Africa" \u200b\u200band Accésit Luis Poetry Award Cernuda, Sevilla, 2000, by the book "Treaty of scars." He has also published collections of poems "Carnal Geography" in 1997 and "bower Water" in 2002. Is a columnist in newspapers and literary magazines. In addition to being included in several anthologies of his poems have been translated into Portuguese, French and Arabic.