Poetry | Walk a mile in His shoes by Sofia Kioroglou


Walk a mile in His shoes

I love Jerusalem

the air over the Old City
always saturated with prayers
that make the welkin ring.
I am a pilgrim and an observer
I take a lot of pictures and walk a lot
I walk a mile in His shoes
I walk all the way up to Calvariæ Locus
I walk alone the Via Dolorosa
 Sofia Kioroglou is a missionary, a pilgrim and a wife who happens to write poetry and flash fiction as a form of catharsis. She would be a cave recluse in Sinai had she not met her husband in Jerusalem four years ago. She is a twice award-winning writer and a 2017 Best of the Net Award nominee. Her poetry and flash fiction have played on the radio and are included in many anthologies, podcasts and a number of literary journals and printed books. She is a…

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