Cubicle coma-Πεζογραφία-Σοφία Κιόρογλου

Μανχάταν, Νέα Υόρκη, 11 Σεπτεμβρίου 2001 και ώρα 7.30. Άλλη μια κουραστική μέρα ξεκινάει με το ξυπνητήρι ανελέητα να κουδουνίζει… Πόσο απεχθάνομαι το πρωινό ξύπνημα και όσο σκέφτομαι ότι άλλο ένα κουραστικό οκτάωρο θα το περάσω στο παγκόσμιο κέντρο εμπορίου 3 με πιάνει ζαλάδα. Πολλοί λένε ότι το φαινόμενο του cubicle coma που αισθάνονται οι … Continue reading Cubicle coma-Πεζογραφία-Σοφία ΚιόρογλουΣεϊδανάγια/Σεϊδανάγια/     Τι να ζητήσω Δέσποινα; Ποια έκκληση να κάνω που να μην την ξέρεις; Πάντα εις την βοήθεια μου προστρέχεις, τα λόγια της καρδιάς μου ανοιχτό βιβλίο με δάκρυα διαβάζεις Σεϊδανάγια, έρχομαι στην ταπεινή μονή σου επισκέπτης στης Ιερουσαλήμ την αγκαλιά Σου δέξου με, κι όταν τα φώτα της εκκλησίας σβήσουνε το κερί … Continue readingΣεϊδανάγια/

Like white swans’ wings How can I fly away from this screwed up world? I journey forth on an eternal pilgrimage to Jerusalem forgiving my enemies and shaking dust off my feet My family and friends have forsaken me but I never look back, a cave recluse in the Kidron Valley So much guilt and … Continue reading

“At Jacob’s Well” by Sofia Kioroglou

It was about the sixth hour In Nablus, in the West bank A wayworn traveler hungry and thirsty resting upon a well-curb Asks to be given some water Sitting next to the winch and the bucket at Jacob’s well, at the Well of Sychar at a deep well hewn of solid rock near the site … Continue reading “At Jacob’s Well” by Sofia Kioroglou

My Rose ‘Pierre De Ronsard’ by Sofia Kioroglou

Your One Phone Call

More seductive than Rose ‘Pierre De Ronsard’
Enchanting and intoxicating
Her cheeks carmine-pink
Peaches and cream complexion

Penelope never spits snow pellets
Always sweet and velvety smooth
She melts like crème caramel
I crave to taste those lips

Sofia Kioroglou Sofia Kioroglou is a twice award-winning poet, journalist, writer and prolific blogger residing in Athens, Greece, with her husband Peter. Her work can be found in print and online, most recently in Galleon Literary Journal. To learn more about her work, visit:

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PPP Ezine Vol 1, Issue 2, July 2017

Read my poem “THOU SHALT NOT BOW” in the July issue of PPP EZINE along with the works of other reputable poets who I admire! Have a most enjoyable read!



PPP Ezine

The beginning lays foundation and sets the tone. So, our beginning did the same for us. We published the first issue of PPP Ezine on time and sent the call for the second issue. The response was warm and poets from the ‘four corners of the world’ sent their poems to our Ezine. They also sent their wishes for its success, and their expectations form it in future. That future is not here, in front of us today, but we will travel together to it. To make the journey pleasant, we have poetry with us. In this issue we will meet sixteen poets and their poems.

Morning tai chi by Joanne Olivieri
Growth by Mike Griffith
Thou Shalt not Bow by Sofia Kioroglou
Lost and Found by Ann Christine Tabaka
Advaitic Terra Firma by James Dennis Casey IV
Prometheus Should Have Doubled Down for More by Scott Thomas Outlar

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