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2 poems running in Basil 🌿 o’ Flaherty

Basil o’ Flaherty

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Two Poems by Sofia Kioroglou
Where do I belong?
The future coming closer and closer
The already gone, swivelling repetitions
a dystopian reality, my mind falling from itself
into nowhere, into a black hole, into abyss

Hope, a sempiternal illusion
hot metal melting into nothingness
veritable census of the dead
where do I belong?

Existence slipping between parallel universes
a hundred shades of gray and snowflake obsidian
my desire for place always denied
between now and forever, I rappel down into oblivion
When dreams fade away
Previously published in Forgotten Meadows as part of a poetic collaboration

In the deep sediment of my mind
some long-dormant fragment of memory
has been inadvertently twitched

When dreams fade away
and night segues into day
I try to grasp it but it slips away
It lingers in the mind, unbidden
between and betwixt, drawing my attention
a thin tape whirring in my mind’s recorder

Sofia Kioroglou is a poet, a wife, a missionary, a pilgrim, and a perennial traveler to the Holy Land and Egypt. She likes to take her readers on an exhilarating tour of Jerusalem’s treasures through her poetry and to write articles on the delectable local fare in Jericho, near the Mount of Temptation, and her visits to Cana, where hundreds of couples renew their wedding vows. To learn more about her, visit her blog at sofiakioroglou.wordpress.com.

 

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18 thoughts on “2 poems running in Basil 🌿 o’ Flaherty”

    1. Thank you Jacqueline for dropping by and commenting! Your kindness is always so greatly appreciated. It’s been a while since I dropped by your blog! I am heading to it straight away…What have you been up to lately?

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