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Death of The Poet

Death of The Poet

written by: Vasiliki Petroudi

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I shall die in a mourning
rainy autumn dusk
i shall leave without a warning
i wonder if anyone will ask

In a chamber cold and vacant
with furniture worn and rented
lived a whole life latent
an existence only invented

Among my books i shall be found
on my soul’s latest torment
hearing rain’s hollow sound
written on the clouds was a portent

And i shall be burried
without a tombstone
a passing brief and hurried
someone with past unknown

Vasiliki Petroudi

Vasiliki Petroudi

My name is Vasiliki Petroudi. I live in Athens, Greece. I'm 45 years old, married and mother of two. I was a graphic designer and a teacher of history of art; I quit my job few years ago to follow my dream to become an author.
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