Dionysiou Aeropagitou Street- Poetry by Sofia Kioroglou

by Poetry and Literature by Sofia Kioroglou

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Upon first glance, Dionysiou Aeropagitou street
looks like any other cobbled pedestrianized plot
Flanked on one side by antique looking houses
bustling with life and music wafting from a roving cellist

Drinking in the sensory strains of a passing brass band
The odd tourist throws a few shapes on the makeshift dance floor
Wind blowing in yodeling sounds fiddling up a piece
rivaling the work of a masterful composer

Before lighting a cigarette by a rascal flash of lightning,
My lock of hair decides to undulate like pliable iron
A crotchety whiff of air throwing a tantrum
before sneezing its violin concerto

10 Comments to “Dionysiou Aeropagitou Street- Poetry by Sofia Kioroglou”

  1. This piece is full of so many fun words. Well done!

  2. Not much of a poetry guy, but I liked this!

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