Studies: classical literature[homeric, ancient greek, latin], ancient history, classical archaeology.
Languages: [homeric dialect, ancient greek, latin]greek, english, deutch, français, portugues[brasileiro].
Trust your smile.
It can be strong
as a thunderbolt
and even more:
Stride across the desert of your hesitant dreams.
Be not afraid of submerging in its dunes,
if you want to arrive to the green oasis
where fresh runs the giving sourse life.
Tearing their way towards the boat,
surfacing in parallel,
plunging as in invisible harness,
alongside, round, under the bowsprit,
On the anvil of wording you forge the poem.
And as the smith delivers the pickax
only deftly wrought to dig the soil
you don't cease chiseling it
Happiness true is the aroma of the sweat you shed helping sufferers surpass their woes.
An insolent tongue will face a time harsh in any harvest to come as tears can not be easily picked up.
Dogs never bite the hand that offered a piece of bread.