Aion Struggle (Love or Eros)


She was lost
Torn apart
Full but yet all empty
Two men inside her mind
Two lives convoluted
Was it of what she chose?
or maybe not?Ganyrubn
It was fate that played
this game
in her life?
Two strong emotions
the first was simple a habit
and the other a need
the first was holding her steady
and the other was traveling her thoughts
in dark places
there
where the mind of people travels
seeking for the source of life
the light that will illuminate
the darkness of the soul
And there is the time that feelings come to fight
an eternal struggle
daily
alive
It is Love that will win
or Eros?

Ioannina
10/17/2014
Michael Moustogiannis

Original Version of the poem “Aion Struggle (Love or Eros)”
written by Michael Moustogiannis

Αιώνα Πάλη
(Αγάπη ή Έρωτας)

Βρέθηκε ανάμεσα
Διχασμένη
Γεμάτη μα συνάμα άδεια απ’ όλα
Δυο άντρες στο μυαλό της
Δυο ζωές μπερδεμένες
Ήταν αυτό που διάλεξε
ή μήπως όχι;
Ήταν η μοίρα που έπαιξε
αυτό το παιχνίδι
στη ζωή της;
Ήταν δυο συναισθήματα δυνατά
το ένα έγινε απλή συνήθεια
και το άλλο ανάγκη
το ένα την κρατούσε στάσιμη
και το άλλο την ταξίδευε
σε σκοτεινά μέρη
εκεί
που το μυαλό του ανθρώπου φεύγει
που ψάχνει την πηγή της ζωής
το φως που θα φωτίσει
το σκότος της ψυχής
Κι έρχονται τα συναισθήματα να παλέψουν
μια πάλη αιώνια
καθημερινή
ζωντανή
Είναι η Αγάπη που θα νικήσει
ή ο Έρωτας;

Εν Ιωαννίνοις
17/10/2014
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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