Treading Water 🚿-Published in Pengician

[Poetry] Treading water by Sofia Kioroglou Athens, Greece

Treading water by Sofia Kioroglou


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Treading water
Sofia Kioroglou
Athens, Greece

I am walking ahead and ahead
and still in the same place.
I am treading water
walking through a morass.
I think I am making progress
but I am stuck when I keep walking.



Sofia Kioroglou is an award-winning poet, journalist and writer from Greece. Her poems are included in many anthologies 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, Dumas and Demain, InBetweenHangovers, Basil o’ Flaherty, Verse-Virtual, Writink Page, Silver Birch Press, Eastlit Magazine, Halkyon Days, Ashvamegh,, and Winamop. Her work “They bite the hand that feeds them” was singled out in the Festival for Poetry this February and her poem ” Tell me how I can forget” won a distinction in the World Competition of Epok. Her work has won a distinction by Unesco and a number of other bodies.She is a member of the Poets Unite Worldwide. To learn more about her work, visit

14 thoughts on “Treading Water 🚿-Published in Pengician

      1. Yeah, it is a beautiful place!The camaraderie of the people is legendary! Hope you can make it! It would be a dream destination! Thank you for stopping by and commenting. Have a great Sunday!

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      1. I tried to send a friend’s request through giorgos friend’s art but there is no connect button! Thank you so much for your kindness in liking my page. Warm hugs from Athens!


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