http://winamop.com/sk1702.htm A Monster by Sofia Kioroglou In today’s world, creation means destruction Unravelling time-honored values means fixing bombing for the sake of peace charitable work By strangling free speech, you create a monster which you then call a Savior, a misnomer for troubling your own house ---- Editor's Note 14th November. We have returned, I've …
Πηγή: The great leveler
https://winningwriters.com/wha…/subscriber-news-october-2017 A special thank you to Jendi Reiter for mentioning my 2017 Best of the Net Nomination in the subscriber news of Winning Writers for October 2017. "Sofia Kioroglou's poem "On the Death of My Father" was nominated for a Best of the Net Award by Lunaris Review. These awards are given by Sundress Publications …
A special thank you to Lunaris Review for my 2017 BEST OF THE NET AWARD nomination with my poem " ON THE DEATH OF MY FATHER". These awards are given by SUNDRESS PUBLICATIONS for the best creative writing published online each year." THE JUDGES FOR THE 2017 BEST OF THE NET AWARD Eduardo C. Corral …
A big thank you to our featured poet, Sofia Kioroglou! Central Coast Poetry Shows Day 169 Poetry—Sofia Kioroglou Laistrygonians and Cyclops by Sofia Kioroglou I go around in circles around myself having lost my destination I am stuck in my mind's morass so icky and gooey that however hard I try to find my way …
Poetry October 17, 2017Poetry , POETRY / FICTION Rob Bye photo 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 …
Spillwords.com presents: Tribute To A New Martyr, written by Sofia Kioroglou - I am a writer, a poet, a pilgrim, a missionary and a wife! Πηγή: Tribute To A New Martyr
Poetry] Saint Ilya Fondaminsky by Sofia Kioroglou http://www.pengician.com/2017/10/poetry-saint-ilya-fondaminsky-by-sofia-kioroglou/ [Poetry] Saint Ilya Fondaminsky by Sofia Kioroglou You wished to live with the Christians and die with the Jews It is out of dough like this that saints are made You had the possibility to escape from the Nazis But shared the fate of those who had …
A special thank you to Janet Olabisi for publishing my work on the beautiful platform of Communicators League.
O troubled Isle of Aphrodite
So battered by hostile winds
that vie with one another
When will this storm abate?
O thou, my father’s land
Thy very heart so torn and so in pain
A castaway from thy native land
thy core is rent in twain
Strewn across thy verdant carpet
Soldiers have trampled thou like mire in the streets
O Cyprus, the lovely isle of fruitful vine
When will you breathe again?
I am a writer, a poet, a pilgrim, a missionary and a wife! I find writing to be a form of catharsis. My poems are imbued with deep empathy and begging for answers. Sometimes my lines are overlaid with religious nuances only to provide a compass for my journey in life and jumping-off point for my inspiration. I hate great talkers as everything runs out of them like leaky pitchers. My poetry can be found…
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