Immorality


An era struggling to be saved
From the ashes to be born, that burned everythingimmorality_by_emijuthefinnartist-d821kn9
An era so immoral
That only succeeds to break down my stomach
Not at all the one I used to know resembled to me
That other was from another era
He had nothing to do with this one
That else did not have hatred
He had Morality
How can he become I?
Georgios Rachiotis

Original Version of the poem “Immorality”
written by Georgios Rachiotis
for a group of poems named “Still Life”

Ανηθικότητα

Μια εποχή που παλεύει να σωθεί
Από τις στάχτες να γεννηθεί που έκαψαν τα πάντα premonition-disaster-cesar-delgado
Μια εποχή τόσο ανήθικη
Που το μόνο που καταφέρνει είναι να μου χαλάει το στομάχι
Καθόλου δεν μου έμοιαζε εκείνος που γνώρισα τότε
Εκείνος ο άλλος ήταν από άλλη εποχή
Καμία σχέση δεν είχε με αυτή εδώ
Εκείνος ο άλλος δεν είχε μίσος
Είχε Ήθος
Πως μπορεί εκείνος ο άλλος να έγινε εγώ;
Γεώργιος Ραχιώτης
Ανηθικότητα
Από την ποιητική συλλογή με τίτλο “Φύσις Νεκρή”

Georgios Rachiotis is a freelance writer for the past decade as well as a radio producer-presenter and multi-instrumentalist. He is the founder of Literatology and also the Chief Editor and MAnager of it. He likes music, poetry, literature, arts, mythology and all kinds of stories and tales as well as folklore. He also attends courses of History, Literature & Poetry in Universities all over the world.
Georgios Rachiotis is a freelance writer for the past decade as well as a radio producer-presenter and multi-instrumentalist. He is the founder of Literatology and also the Chief Editor and Manager of it. He likes music, poetry, literature, arts, mythology and all kinds of stories and tales as well as folklore. He also attends courses of History, Literature & Poetry in Universities all over the world.

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