I met the poet in September 2002 in Edinburgh and I have had the opportunity (and good luck!) to get to know him a bit better over the years.
I have to say that his poems reflect -in many ways- the way he speaks! Funny and witty on the one side, melancholic or even dramatic on the other side (well, he is Greek after all!)
Just wonderful! ! !
Man, you're carazy as hell! I really love your poems. Some make me wonder w.t.f., should I laugh or scratch my head, puzzled at whether there is supposed to be a deeper meaning, etc. I think maybe U just goofy. I like.
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