Sempitetnal Flame by Sofia Kioroglou in Pengician

A big thanks is due to Pengician’s editor for ringing in the New Year with one of my poems and to all of you who have supported me since the beginning of this blog when I was diffident and reserved. It is your love that keeps me going, guys. Blessings to you and your families!💝

 “Sempiternal flame “by Sofia Kioroglou in Pengician 

Love is like a candle
when the wick burns
feelings coagulate
a sempiternal flame
suddenly snuffing out
dissipating permanence
into particles of nothingness

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ABOUT THE POET: Sofia Kioroglou is an three-time award-winning poet, journalist, writer and prolific blogger residing in Athens, Greece, with her husband Peter. She remembers herself born with a quill in her hand writing poems and painting beautiful pictures. Her poems are included in many anthologies, including the Poetry Against Terror Anthology, the Poetry Against Inequality anthology, Why Gender Discrimination, Singing Together, Haiku and Tanka, By Land and By Seas, and a number of printed books and literary journals that include Poetic Diversity, Galleon Literary Journal , Lunaris Review, Every Writer, Galway Review, Hephaestus Wien, Pengician, Verse-Virtual, Writink Page, Silver Birch Press, Eastlit Magazine, Halkyon Days, Ashvamegh,, and Winamop. She is a member of the Poets Unite Worldwide. To learn more about her work, visit



14 thoughts on “Sempitetnal Flame by Sofia Kioroglou in Pengician

      1. Is a funny one, listen it in the morning and probably will drive you crazy, but for me…. well I don´t listen to that inn the morning nor other thing, but is a funny one

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