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The Cocoon

written by: Sofia Kioroglou

 

Some lazy silkworms woke up this morning
After a protracted period of hibernation
They set to work to weave their cocoon of glory

While creating their masterpiece,
The smartest of them architects
Had a brilliant idea

He set out to weave the Acropolis
Having never been to Greece,
His mind was not at rest

The days passed and the cocoon was done
“A small token of appreciation” he said in reverence
His mates all the more content

Their dues were paid to History

Sofia Kioroglou

Sofia Kioroglou

Sofia Kioroglou is an Athens-based translator and English Teacher. She is a published author and poet that uses words to make an impact. Writing is a form of catharsis and a means of self-discovery as the subject-matter of her work is mainly spiritual and religious. She has two books forthcoming for next year. Among her published works are: Literary Journeys to the Holy Land by Gramma Books (2018), Mystical Experiences in the Holy Land by Gramma Books (2019), Mystical Experiences in the Holy Land - Installment II by Yaffo Publications (2019), Holy Land - The Journal of a Traveler by Yaffo Publications.
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