Treasure Island

Giorgio Venetopoulos

(Athens, Greece)

Young Sister


Her drifting soul, to angels' world,
splendiferous from domes she stares,
entreaties touch her gracious soul,
ethereal soul the flowers called,
their thirty petals blooms unfold,
her distant stars above lone fares,
Her drfifting soul, to angels' world,
splendiferous from domes she stares.

A neckchain forms a circle to bound,
the passage of the winds and rains,
her song recites that distant glare,
night calls to play benign her sound,
that spreads to far on lonely dare,
redemptive love in soul that reigns,
a neckchain forms a circle to bound,
the passage of the winds and rains.

Submitted: Tuesday, October 30, 2012
Edited: Monday, July 08, 2013

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© 10-30-2012, All Rights Reserved
Two Triolet poems in one.
(Lines 4 of each stanza, are not the same with lines 1, on purpose)

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