The language of the Greeks, like a magic instrument, has intimate relations with the Sun. And that Sun does not only inspire a certain attitude of life,and hence the primeval sense to the poem. It penetrates the composition, the structure, and - to use a current terminology - the nucleus from which is composed the cell we call the poem... ~O Elytis

The language of the Greeks, like a magic instrument, has intimate relations with the Sun. And that Sun does not only inspire a certain attitude of life,and hence the primeval sense to the poem. It penetrates the composition, the structure, and - to use a current terminology - the nucleus from which is composed the cell we call the poem... ~O Elytis

Ephemeris XII | My Messinia

Ephemeris XII | My Messinia

Ships leaving at sunset- Pure as Gold - photo by Alexandros Maragos

Ships leaving at sunset- Pure as Gold - photo by Alexandros Maragos

Ephemeris IX | My Messinia

Ephemeris IX | My Messinia

Ephemeris IV | My Messinia

Ephemeris IV | My Messinia

Ephemeris IX | My Messinia

Ephemeris IX | My Messinia

Ephemeris VI | My Messinia

Ephemeris VI | My Messinia


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