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Δευτέρα, 20 Μαΐου 2013


                                             L iving 
                                             i n the passion of words
                                             t he imaginary line of silence with an
                                             e xcellent voice begins to 
                                             r un out even more away from the
                                             a nimate of the
                                             t iny human thought as a
                                             u nique
                                             r ainy happiness with  the
                                             e xcited kiss of a new destiny's phrase

Yannis Politopoulos

12 σχόλια:

Kate'sCakeBox είπε...

Καλησπέρα αγαπητέ φίλε..σας ευχαριστώ μέσα απ'την καρδιά μου..Το σχόλιό σας το ξεχώρισα γιατί έχει τις ακτίνες τις φωτεινές ενος ανθρώπου που ξεχωρίζει ποιότητα,τέχνη,ποίηση..συγχαρητήρια για το νέο σας ποίημα..εδώ πρέπει να πώ ότι έτσι ανεβαίνουμε ακόμα ένα σκαλί πιο πάνω-"απο την σκάλα του καλού του Παλαμά" εξ'αιτίας σας..Καλό απόγευμα να έχετε!

Carolina είπε...

Hi Yannis,
Long live the dear and beloved books. I live entangled
in a web of books and sometimes read as an alienated, lol!
Long live the Books!
Hugs, happy start to the week.

Gert Jan Hermus είπε...

Wow! Great words Yannis! As a chief librarian I love literature.

Your words are literature themselve ;-)

Greatings to you and your loved ones!


nikos pakos είπε...

Νομίζω πως αυτό το ποιήμα-ακροστοιχίδα δείχνει ακριβώς την ανανεωτική ως και ανατρεπτική επέμβαση της λογοτεχνίας στο νου και στη ζωή μας.

Ας συνειδητοποιήσουμε την αξία της λογοτεχνίας (και της τέχνης γενικότερα) σε καιρούς τόσο προβληματικούς που μοιάζουν να την... μποϊκοτάρουν!

Michael (Light-In-A-Box) είπε...

The power of words is forever, the power of words is for today, tomorrow & yesterday. The power of words is for us all! Have a great week my friends! : )

χαμένη σε ένα ατέρμονο όνειρο είπε...

όλα αγαπημένα,όλα!♥

Karen Frost είπε...

Books have rescued my soul! They are like treasures waiting to be found! Lovely words, Yannis! xoxo

Ann Marie είπε...

Hello my dear friend Yannis.
The written word means so much, what would life be without books?
I read a study carried out in this country that only 16% of adolescents below 16 years do not even read a newspaper, probably the figure is even lower when it comes to books.
Now young people read on computer monitors and on tablets, but it can never replace the book.
I wish you and your family a wonderful continuation of our ongoing new week.
Hugs to you my friend!
/ / Ann Marie.

Wolfie είπε...

Hi Yannis.
A world without books would be a world that is a nightmare.
It's what separates us from the animals that we can read, write and learn from the written word.
Throughout our history would soon be forgotten unless the book was so we may send a gratitude given to Gutenberg who invented the printing press.
I leave the desire for a lovely week to you my friend.
The same greeting I want to give to your family.

MARTY είπε...

I love words too, the smell of ink and paper, books ! the best way to learn, dream, fly in another world !
I spend a lot of time in libraries
to choose books and I like that!
have a nice friday

Ann Marie είπε...

Hello my dear friend Yannis!
Thank you for the beautiful and kind words you wrote on my blog.
I wish you my friend and your family a wonderful week with positive and happy experiences.
/ / Ann Marie.

Randy είπε...

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