October’s Destructions


I ran into that
autumn night
Within the cold of October
Inside my mind
Within the inmost of my soul
Listened to every sound
The leaves that ‘the north wind drags

The Black Rapids Glacier abstract glacier painting by Tatiana Iliina
The Black Rapids Glacier abstract glacier painting by Tatiana Iliina

and sown in the neighborhoods.
So it uprooted with its path
my own leaves.
Three leaves of the heart
One of Pain
One of Eros
and one of Love.

Ioannina
10/09/2014
Michael Moustogiannis

Original Version of the poem “October’s Destructions”
written by Michael Moustogiannis

Καταστροφές του Οκτώβρη

Έτρεξα σ’ εκείνη
τη φθινοπωρινή νύχτα
Μέσα στο κρύο του Οκτώβρη
Μέσα στο μυαλό μου
Μέσα στα μύχια της ψυχής μου
Αφουγκράστηκα κάθε ήχο
Τα φύλλα που τα ‘σερνε ο βοριάς

pablo-picasso
pablo-picasso

και τα ‘σπερνε στις γειτονιές.
Έτσι ξερίζωσε με το διάβα του
και τα δικά μου φύλλα.
Τρία φύλλα της καρδιάς
Ένα του Πόνου
Ένα του Έρωτα
κι ένα της Αγάπης.

Εν Ιωαννίνοις
9/10/2014
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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