Poetry

Sofia Kioroglou – On the death of my father

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On the death of my father

You are gone and with you I cannot converse
my prayer our only communication channel
This phone call will certainly reach you

My cries no longer heave
I have started to play the piano again
got that pixie cut with long bangs

I know you are well
I can feel you
I see you smile


Sofia Korioglou was one of the winners in the 4th Ceasar Dapontes Poetry Competition in Greece and her poems have appeared in a dozen international literary journals such as Silverbirchpress, Verse-Virtual, Poet‘s Corner, Writink Page, Ashvamegh and Bonsaistories among others. Her work features in many anthologies like the Poetry against Terror Anthology, the Spiritual Horizons Anthology and the Universal Values Anthology. To learn more about her, drop an email at sophiek.74teacher@gmail.com


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5 Comments

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  2. Michael Lee Johnson

    August 26, 2017 at 6:58 pm

    Very touching Sofia Kioroglou. I esp.like the line “My cries no longer heave.” Powerful action image. Michael Lee Johnson

  3. Peter Papadopoulos

    September 12, 2017 at 4:11 pm

    Heart-rending and powerful.

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  5. Eugenia

    September 19, 2017 at 2:17 pm

    Absolutely beautiful, Sofia.

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