Friday, 5 December 2014

Sky eccentric clothes -
orange vessels on turquoise
mirrors, fire my blues.

Wednesday, 24 September 2014

The way she lightens
my obscure fragilities -
mimosa blooming.

Friday, 5 September 2014

September sun - her
iridescent eyes unearth
hidden temptations.
Skin thrills - my hand glides
on your waist softness, within
the folds of desire.
Ardour in your eyes
inflames my inhibitions -
embers of regret.

Sunday, 31 August 2014

May the dusk cloak drop,
quickly quench the sparks of this
consuming waiting.

Saturday, 30 August 2014

Tenderness profuse
in warm words whispers - skim the
silk lines of your lips.

Monday, 11 August 2014

August moon
ignites the blues
stealthily ascending into indigo
Desires dazzlingly
trace patterns amongst sapphire
hues - blueberry moon.

Saturday, 2 August 2014

How naturally
you disclose your sensitive
self to my shyness.

Saturday, 12 July 2014

Screened sun kisses - the
pinasters tangled branches
flirting all around.
Hay Moon enshrines the
lingering lightness of a
straw-yellow goodbye.
When you wink at me -
a mutual secret blushing
in the sunset hues.
Two of my haiku appear in the spring edition 2014 Anthology of Writers and Lovers Café!
Take a look at the link below:

Sunday, 22 June 2014

Joie de vivre in
the air, your shadow in my
heart - summer solstice.
Third and final day of the Blog Tour! Take a look at the wonderful preface that author Freya Pickard wrote for my poetry collection!
Wednesday Words – Preface to Interlacements
I was really honoured when Claudia Messelodi asked me to write a Preface for her third poetry collection, “Interlacements”. Instead of featuring a review, as I usually do at this point in a bite sized blog tour, I am, with permission, reproducing my Preface here.
Poetry is always personal.
It is personal for the poet who wrote it; a vital vent for emotion, a crucial expression for observation and inspiration.
It is also personal for the people who read it, who find a similar line of thought or expression of feeling that they themselves are experiencing.
Many poems leave me cold. Not so the poetry of Claudia Messelodi. Her poetry I can re-read over and over, each time finding something new.
Claudia’s first collection of poetry gave us a glimpse of the spiritual seen through nature. Her second collection explored the depths of emotion, particularly love. Now her third collection combines the observations of nature with not only her deep, personal feelings, but also the emotions of others.
Interlacements weaves its way through the mystery of nature, complex emotions of the human soul and simple thanksgiving. Each poem relates to another, nothing is out of place. From the short forms of haiku, elfje and renga, to the longer blank verses, Claudia takes us on a journey of the soul.
Witness the starlit majesty of the moon, plumb the depths of despair, hold your breath as she falls in love, be uplifted as she is comforted and passes that comfort onto others. Lyrical and honest, Interlacements is Claudia’s best collection of poetry so far.
© Freya Pickard 2014

Second day of Interlacement's Bite Sized Blog Tour at Dragonscale Clippings ( Here you can read one of my poems called "Honey"!
Wednesday Words – Excerpt from Interlacements
Within your lips,
soft light red petals,
the spring is concealed
out of which I want to sip
sweet smooth runny
filamentous nectar,
knead it through the regular
firm movements of my cheek,
so as to produce
warm tasty honey,
passionately flowing
into each other’s shrines -
curative, nutritious gold
for our senses -
skin to skin
mouth to mouth
I smell the fragrance
of a thousand flowers.
© Claudia Messelodi 2014

My poetry collection "Interlacements" was featured on Freya Pickard's blog "Dragonscale Clippings" ( in the past few weeks! I thank Freya so much for her support and appreciation of my work!!!

Here is the interview that was published in the first week of my Bite Sized Blog Tour. Please have a look!

Wednesday Words – Introducing Interlacements
Claudia Messelodi has recently brought out her third poetry collection, “Interlacements”. Today I am talking to her about what inspired her and why she wrote the poems in this collection.
I am inspired by everyday situations, new friendships, the relationship with my family and with colleagues; nature and the divine element also inspired me to write Interlacements. Interlacements reflects my personal life to a great extent; it unveils the relationship to myself, to the world and to the spiritual dimension, filtered through my eyes and emotions, through the different and sometimes most complicated and delicate moments in life.
Deep strong emotions, both positive and negative ones, often inspire me to write poetry. I have to be moved and profoundly touched in order to write, sometimes even by the smallest and most ordinary things, by memories, intense atmospheres: they simply trigger a flux of emotions inside my being, which, like a volcano eruption, burst out and find their ideal and final place on the blank page. It is a process that leads me to come to terms with my inner intertwined soulscapes.
Through Interlacements I would like to invite people to be more attentive and thoughtful about other human beings, our beloved ones and the world surrounding us, by trying to “put ourselves in other people’s shoes”, seeing things from different standpoints, so as to gain a wider perspective on life and its meaning, and become more tolerant and wholehearted. Furthermore, what I have learnt while writing Interlacements, is to be grateful towards my family, friends and the mystery of life.
© Freya Pickard 2014

Saturday, 24 May 2014

My Moon Elfje was published at Simply Elfje ( on 19th May!


bloodstained night,
strokes dripping desires,
hearts melting beneath lunar

© Claudia Messelodi

Sunday, 11 May 2014

Frail forget-me-nots,
cerulean trace of our
everlasting love.

Saturday, 10 May 2014

My new poetry collection entitled "Interlacements / Intrecci" has been released earlier this month by the publishing house Arcolibri Cazzaniga Editore! The book consists of three sections containing short forms of poetry such as haiku and tanka, and longer blank verses, respectively.
The Preface was written by the English author and my good friend Freya Pickard whom I thank SO much!!!