Borderline and Landscape


Eternal and momentary,

glorious and everyday,

with an internal echo

the landscapes undulate,

at times open towards the sea of existence,

in the glimmers of an unperturbed harmony,

persuasive as to the Omnipresence

and at other times as with a distant sound of an about-turn

as if you didn’t know where to find repose,

in the sight of a fearless starshine

or in the haze of the neighbourhood.

What is place compared to the soul? …’


From the poem ‘Borderline and Landscape’, by Yiannis Zisis

Cycle II: Tints of Likeness

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(Photograph by Yiannis Zisis)