A poem by Greek poet Dimitris P. Kraniotis:

You violated the borders

which buried their

know thyself,

you destroyed prisons

behind curtains

turned ablaze by

the spark of your anger,

without cries,

without whispers,

in a flash,

that simple it was,

you gave birth to light

when you embraced

what isn’t told

(although written)

in darkness.


Dimitris P. Kraniotis (Translation from Greek: Manolis Aligizakis)