At Idomeni to the village of Chamilo

My poem ” At Idomeni to the village of Chamilo” will be published in the Poetry for Refugees Anthology in May.

Poet's Corner

For a moment I thought
I had found a new home
I was swathed in blankets
and given some food.

I hadn’t eaten for days
gaunt and cadaverous
I made my way to the refugees camp
as the sun cracked through the darkling clouds.

The Red Cross crew tried their best
to rescue a woman’s baby before
hurrying to a man having an epileptic fit
in front of a hundred of us refugees

For a moment I thought
I had found a new home
scrambling for way past
EU’s closed Balkan door

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10 thoughts on “At Idomeni to the village of Chamilo

    • Thank you my sweet friend! Here in Greece the problem of refugees is very acute. Hope these people find peace and a home waiting for them. Be blessed! Always thinking of you and your brother!

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