My poem ” Damascus in Syria before the war” up and running in Every Writer’s Resource

Thank you all for reading and for being such a supportive community.Firstly, I’d like to say that, I really appreciate everyone who takes the time to read and follow this blog. It means the world to me. I’ve connected with some really wonderful and talented folks. I’m grateful for those connections and I know that some of those friendships will carry on for years to come!

Damascus in Syria before the war in Every Writer’s Resource

Damascus in Syria before the war by Sofia Kioroglou-By Every Writer


I love spring
Whenever I look out the window
I see a riot of color.

Flowers of all forms and sizes
Blossoming in my garden
after being shrinking violets.

But Nigella damascena
is my favorite reminding me
of Damascus in Syria before the war

Reminding me that the Chaghoura,
the beautiful gazelle will protect me
from snipers, rapists and bombs

Sofia Kioroglou is a twice award-winning poet, author of two poetry books, flash fiction writer of ” Cubicle Coma” published by Books’ Journal & Planodion and prolific blogger from Greece. Her poems are included in many anthologies, including the Poetry Against Terror Anthology, the Poetry Against Inequality, Poetry for Refugees, By Land and By Seas among others, and a number of literary journals that include Verse-Virtual, The Blue Nib, The Galway Review, Lunaris Review, Writink Page, Silver Birch Press, Halkyon Days, Ashvamegh,, and Winamop, Bonsaistories, I am Not a silent Poet to name but a few. She has work forthcoming for Poetic Diversity, Winamop and a new anthology project. She is a member of the Poets Unite Worldwide.To learn more about her, visit her blog at


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