Poetry from Eva Petropolou Lianoy

Metaphor of hearts
The bird said if you ever decide to love me,
I hope you have two hearts with you to give me one ... The last one who told me that he loves me so much, deeply entered my old heart, made it fall apart and melt away ..
Since then, I fly high without a heart with the clouds of the company ..
So, if you love me, keep that in mind, I'll need a heart ... a loan heart ...
Mama
 Mother is the doctor for any sickness 
Mama is the country that everyone loves
without conquering
 Mama is joy and sorrow Mama the power
Mama the forgiveness 
One word was created by God To forgive people
 Say it every day
 Call her if they put chains on you
To sweeten it the wound
To bring  peace
My mom, you're unique
 You never told them you were upset With gold I will cherish you 
Chosen person 
 I crown you My mother
 My sun
My compass




Eva was born in Xylokastro where she completed her basic studies. She loved journalism and attended journalism school at ANT1. In 1994 she worked as a journalist for the French newspaper Le Libre but her love for Greece won and returned to her sunny home. Since 2002, she has lived and worked in Athens.

She works as a web radio producer reading fairy tales at Radio Logotexniko Vima every Sunday. Recently she became responsible for the children’s literary section in Vivlio Anazitiseis Publications in Cyprus.  

Her other books include: I and My Other Avenger, My Skia Publications, Saita Zeraldin and The Elf of the Lake in Italian and in French, as well as The Daughter of the Moon in ​​English and Greek. The Daughter of the Moon was published by Ocelotos four times and received best reviews for writing style.

She is a member of the Unesco Logos and Art Group, of the Writers of Corinth, of Panhellenic Writers Association. Also her work is mentioned in the Known Greek awards encyclopedia for poets and authors, Harry Patsi, page 300.

Her books have been cleared by the Ministry of Education of Cyprus.

Eva’s recent work includes The Water Amazon fairy called Myrtia, illustrated by Vivi Markatos, dedicated to a girl who became handicapped after a sexual assault, and the translation of stories of Lafcadio Hearn, Fairytravel with Stories from The Far East, an idea that she worked on for more than six months illustrated by Ms. Ntina Anastasiadoy, a well-known sculptor and painter in Greece. 

Blog: http://evalianou.blogspot.gr

E-mail: eviepara@yahoo.fr

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