Synkroniciti is excited to welcome Greek poet Georgia Diakou. We will feature two of her pensive surrealist poems, “thoughts on a moving image” and “You are a place.” The first muses on time, mutability and how the world is never quite what we expect it to be. The second continues in that vein, recognizing the infinite possibilities that we contain and that we are constantly shedding over time.
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Georgia Diakou is still here! She is from Greece. She has a degree in archaeology, but she’s too afraid of the past. Currently, she is a student of theater and writes a lot of poetry in Greek and occasionally in English, trying to expand her system of thought. If she must pick a favorite writer, it would be Samuel Beckett, warts and all. She hopes that she is going to fail better and better each time. Georgia is preparing her first collection of poems and runs a blog called Social Lubricant.
Thanks to Mag.frear.com.gr and Google Translate, here is a short story that gives you a taste of Georgia’s beautiful, sensual writing. It’s called “The world is as big as this building.”