False Images


We learned how to Speak with the Images
With False Images
Far Away Images….
With no connection to us
This is what our generation wanted
This is how we act
This is how we lost ourselves
And we are returning to the same point again and againFalse Images 2
To a small piece of paper
With a pen no longer able to write, without ink
How could it write?
Everything that a soul wants to speak?

Ioannina
13/09/2014
Michael Moustogiannis

Original Version of the poem “False Images”
written by Michael Moustogiannis

ΠΛΑΣΤΕΣ ΕΙΚΟΝΕΣ

Μάθαμε να επικοινωνούμε με εικόνες
πλαστές εικόνες
μακρινές……..
χωρίς καμίαν επαφή
Έτσι το θέλησε η γενιά μας
Έτσι πράξαμε εμείς
Έτσι χάνουμε το εγώ
Και γυρίζουμε πάλι εδώ
Σε μιαν κόλλα χαρτί
Σ’ ενα στυλό που είναι έτοιμο να σταματήσει να γράφει
Πώς αλλιώς να γράψει
όλα αυτά που η ψυχή θέλει να πει;

Εν Ιωαννίνοις
13/9/2014
Μιχαήλ Μουστόγιαννης

 

Michael Moustogiannis is a student at the Faculty of Philosophy of the University of Ioannina. Born and raised in the heart of the Peloponnese, and in particular Tripoli Arcadias. From a very young age he was depressed in writing and reading poetry and literature.He is one of the first members of the Literatology team and he is contributing either his own poems and stories or even many articles that he loves to write.
Michael Moustogiannis is a student at the Faculty of Philosophy of the University of Ioannina. Born and raised in the heart of the Peloponnese, and in particular Tripoli Arcadias. From a very young age he was depressed in writing and reading poetry and literature.He is one of the first members of the Literatology team and he is contributing either his own poems and stories or even many articles that he loves to write.

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