translated from Greek by Kostas Myrsiades
He walks in the rain. He’s in no hurry at all.
The drenched railing glistens. The trees
are black with a hidden red. An old
bus tire is discarded in the sheepfold.
The blue house is significantly bluer.
So that’s how nothingness is lessened. Rocks fall.
Hands clench. An unused envelope
floats in the river. Perhaps your name is written on the other side.
visually descriptive or figurative language, especially in a literary work
The use of multiple words with the same root in different forms.
a word, object, action, character, or concept that embodies and evokes a range of additional meaning and significance.