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27 Apr




Leloudia Migdali


Leloudia Migdali was born in 1959 at Itea, Greece, a nice little city close to Delphi, 'the center of world'. After her schooling, she pursued a course in English Literature at Aristotle University, Thessaloniki, Greece. She has been teaching English for the past 29 years, in primary, secondary and high school as well as in the Maritime College of Galaxidi. Along the way, she also acquired a postgraduate degree in Teaching English as a Foreign Language from Patras University. Poetry and writing has always been a passion and a preoccupation for her. “Forever” explores the possibilities of forever, both literally and metaphorically. The presence of the loved one is an experience that lives and dies in dualities, at times even in paradoxical binaries.


I see you and me together, forever

Walking barefoot on soft seashores, forever

Holding hands under the moonlight, forever

Listening to the silence of the night, forever

Speaking no words, still talking so loudly, forever

Our hearts dancing, tuned in the same rhythm, forever

Feeling each other's presence so close, forever

Merging into each other's eyes, forever

Wondering if this is truly us there, forever

Two hearts, two small islands in the middle of the infinite, forever

I see you and me together, forever!

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