Chrysostomos Tsiailis

Rookie (March 6th 1985 / Larnaka Cyprus)

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Chrysostomos was born to a loving and caring family at a rural area on the Greek island of Cyprus. He values friendship and pleasant energy. He studied English Language and literature at the University of Nicosia. He is an English teacher, amateur astrologer, and an entertainer. As a fervent believer of astrology, Chrysostomos has dedicated his life in researching and helping people around him ... more »

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  • Richard Beevor Richard Beevor (5/20/2014 10:39:00 AM)

    I wasn't I, love this concept, a very good work Chrysostomos

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Best Poem of Chrysostomos Tsiailis

Your Pocket

Keep your pocket untouched
As the Wiseman said
You are the only one to touch
To earn and maintain your bread
You cannot leave it untouched
Since though bread rhymes with bed
You can have it attached
And even your back pocket occasionally
Many times by a credit card penetrated
And as bread once had raisins for poor children to smile, bread and cards and pockets are also nowanights,
pleasure and delight.
Men are most fortified
When approximately forty-five
Children smile, today, through pockets children cry

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