sakis athanasiadis Grecce

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The Shoes The ?Agic Of Time -Lyrics -Sakis Athanasiadis - Poem by sakis athanasiadis Grecce

In the embrace of sea as boat my life
Humid sheets waves flew him far
After I did not know well that wind strikes
Those that feel possible and leave the oars


Breath for a cavern is the street
It said to me father if it were alone
The clouds if they be angry you laugh
In the love you run also you strike


The night from the window you throw
False and all setting up
In the light now you turn as traveller
Tally with the shoes magic

Farmer my father never did not see wave
Only rivers impetuous that threw mountains
Looking at his glass it said with 'look
Were careful your travel and love gently


Bread does not reach you have in order to you eat
Street if you do not see stepping
Spinner you leave to turn behind
Your unknown world I know


Close the window north
I see you with the eyes been drowsy
In the light now you turn as traveller
Tally with the shoes magic

Tight keeping embrace a small moon
A moon red that 'resembled drawing
Understood my boat that it came out in the harbour
My son when I kept tight in the embrace

Leaves the life but here is always for
A child the years brings again behind
Homeland I have the wild rivers
In their current the memories I will refresh


I I grew in blacks of grand mother
Their tax small in him I will leave
The fear you said in your I will extinguish
Voice you leave and it remains always behind

The night from the window you throw
False and all setting up
In the light now you turn as traveller
Tally with the shoes magic


Close the window north
I see you with the eyes been drowsy
In the light now you turn as traveller
Tally with the shoes magic
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Poem Submitted: Friday, May 25, 2012



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