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: sofiakioroglou.wordpress.com

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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!

Cheers,

Sofia

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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PPP Ezine Volume 1, Issue 2: Thou Shalt not Bow by Sofia Kioroglou

A special thank you to the Editor of PPP Ezine for the selection and publication of my work. Stoked to be published alongside reputable poets like James Dennis Casey IV Joanne Olivieri Christine Tabaka Daginne Aignende Mike Griffith Dave Kavanagh Sofia Kioroglou Sunil Sharma

What I Call Poetry

Special gratitude to a most congenial editor for publishing my poem ” What I call poetry”!

Excavation

I know I am not much of a poet myself

I just love to describe what I see

what touches my heart, what leaps to mind.

When the words do not come out quite right

and the rhythm is a bit off-key

I don’ t get my knickers in the twixt

Poetry is not about the best masterpiece

but about letting my words flow like a broken dam

allowing the pen to scribble all over a blank page

©Sofia Kioroglou

Sofia Kioroglouis a twice award-winning poet, published writer and prolific blogger residing in Athens, Greece.

Her poems have played on the radio and are included in many anthologies, and a number of literary journals and printed books that includeDumas de Demain, Galleon Liferary Journal, Pengician, Lunaris Review, VerseWrights, Galway Review, The Outlaw Poetry Network, Festival For Poetry, Verse-Virtual, Spillwords, In Between Hangovers, Writink Page, Silver Birch Press, The Blue Nib…

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Τρυφερή ημιτέλεια

Χαμένος στην παράνοια του «αυτο-κυνηγητού» παγιδεύομαι σε τρυφερή ημιτέλεια, κανακεύοντας τους ώμους του εγωισμού μου. Σαν άλλος αυτόχειρας εκούσιας τυφλότητας αγναντεύω το σώμα λες και χάθηκε μέσα στο είναι. Μπερδεμένος σε διασταυρούμενες ροές συνειδητού και ασυνείδητου ύπνου λιμνάζω στην ψευδαίσθηση ατέρμονης εγωπάθειας. […] _ γράφει η Σοφία Κιόρογλου via Tρυφερή ημιτέλεια — τοβιβλίο.net

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https://tovivlio.net/tρυφερή-ημιτέλεια/ Χαμένος στην παράνοια του «αυτο-κυνηγητού» παγιδεύομαι σε τρυφερή ημιτέλεια, κανακεύοντας τους ώμους του εγωισμού μου. Σαν άλλος αυτόχειρας εκούσιας τυφλότητας αγναντεύω το σώμα λες και χάθηκε μέσα στο είναι. Μπερδεμένος σε διασταυρούμενες ροές συνειδητού και ασυνείδητου ύπνου λιμνάζω στην ψευδαίσθηση ατέρμονης εγωπάθειας. Πριν καταποντιστώ σαν τις πόλεις που βομβάρδισαν κάποιοι ακατανόμαστοι τυχοδιώκτες. Σαν νήπιο … Continue reading https://tovivlio.net/tρυφερή-ημιτέλεια/