Dionysia Nick Garbi
My Island Cephallonia - Poem by Dionysia Nick Garbi
I miss you lovely Island,
I want to swim again in your
beautiful blue waters.
I want so much to see your seashore.
My father's house is there, and my
Mother is waiting for me, to see me,
"after all those years, being-away".
I hope to see you soon my Cephallonia
to share my joy with you, and with all you there.
Oh, blessing land, of my Fathers,
with the wide fields and the high mountains.
Famous of Homer Odyssey and historian
Oh, my dear Island how much I miss you.
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