Giorgio Veneto (Athens, Greece)
Biography of Giorgio Veneto
Reflecting blade with sun to glare
bushido mei, jigane steel
the plum trees stand on crimson flare
and ancestors' primordial spiel.
In playful ways the leaves of Spring
shall shine for once on warlords' path
the tsuka ito's mauve shall cling
as close as shades of demons' wrath.
Daito koto shining flame,
moves fast in light to mow and spill
where prowess leads confronting claim
of diligence, and wit's distill.
Yew Sun upon the mountain slopes
where crows shall cross the gods' steel gate
abraid in soul the stalwart's scopes
katana mei - the peaks await.
Yakiba Sun - Bushido Yew
winds' code that sweeps the mountain ridge
becomes his mind's reflecting rue -
engagement vow on skyward bridge.
Giorgio Veneto's Works:
Published books of poetry:
'Admete', Amazon.com (I recommend this)
'Kelaino', (in Greek) .
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six of one
How many times thou made'st me not-think of you,
thy writes were swaying like a hopeless canoe;
thou should'st not count thy chickens ‘fore they hatch,
Appraise thyself politely in verse mismatch
Type, thou abstractly swam, next to the blue-whales
Before composing poetry to enchant the snails.
It's six of one and half a dozen of the other
thy manuscripts were fumbled thus, by the Souther.