Tag: poetry

#1 – Epigraph

  After meeting Aris, Artemis questions all she ever thought she knew about love throughout 27 chapters. . Nikos Kazantzakis wrote a man needs a little madness or else – he never dares cut the rope and be free. . I couldn’t think of a better epigraph for my upcoming book ‘Aris and Artemis, poems of love and letting go.’ Advertisements

5 benefits of writing poetry in a non-native language

Poetry goes beyond understanding. It’s beauty travelling a natural channel with an inducted experience – the poem – a composition where writers and readers’ responses are the sole determiners of its limits. Next time you write some verses try to park your first language in a dark corner and enjoy its grumpy looks – mine does it all the time.…

Poetry

Happens throughout the early hours’ darkness. When everyone else’s asleep, drunk or making love, I crave a sacred silence. I don’t look for something to write. I don’t think about the last sunrise on the beach. All I have to do is surrender and flow. It’s a courtship with my solitude – sometimes it plays a bit hard to get.…