I am a Spanish-born writer, poet, musician and artist who grew up in Venezuela and England. After graduating with a degree in Fine Arts and Graphic Design, I spent eleven years in the Amazon as a hunter, an Eco-tourism guide and apprentice of shamanic wisdom. I make my home in Japan where I apply the lessons of my peripatetic life through film-making and transcendent poetry.
Nice blog! Thanks for following my blog. 🙂
thnx for sharing your photo..you are more beautiful than i thought.in both words and picture..
Gavriel is a great poet and a very good firend showing us the way to balance
Gavriel is a very good poet and a really good friend with many of us.
I love everything you write, I am familiar with your soul…
There are infinite wells of KnoWing awaiting for those who choose to open their eyes and awake from the illusion of time. Welcome to my source… 🙂
I nominated you for the “Blog of the Year 2012” award. Please go to The Other Side of Ugly at this link http://theothersideofugly.com/2012/12/04/blog-of-the-year-2012/for information. Congratulations!
I am deeply honoured dear Angel!
Will you share the story about the knight of Jerusalem with me now?
Hi Gavriel, I think we met on Facebook last year in a poetry group set up by Nicolas Guy Williams. Glad I found you, there’s top quality poems on here and I see we share similar interests- Romantic and eco-poetry, shamanism.
Hello Sir, I just wanted to say that I love your works and I’m constantly inspired by them. I’ve also nominated you for the Liebster Award. Here’s a link to it. 🙂 Thank you for sharing your amazing works.
Thank you dear friend!~! Most appreciate you consider me for this! 🙂
Nice introduction. Smile more in your photo, Gavriel 🙂
Thank you for liking my poetry ‘To and Fro’, your future visits and likes. Hope you enjoy 🙂
Hi, Gavriel. Welcome to the reader family of diabeticredemption.com. I’m happy you joined us, and I am looking forward to adding your outlook to our conversations. I have a Friends Page, where my readers leave information about themselves and their blogs; I hope you feel free to do the same. Again, welcome!
What an interesting life you lead! I look forward to reading more. And thanks for following my blog. i hope you will share your thoughts as you are so moved. In these challenging times it is good to strengthen the webs of connection!
Thank you Michael! For sure connections matter in this convoluted world… 😉
Gavriel you have led an extraordinary life and are so talented…keep them coming
Hey Gavriel, beautiful poetry & photos! 🙂