‘An angelic deer

leaves the landscape

filled with fragrance,

a lily of its self,

freesia of April,

seed of endemic migration

with the power of aroma,

breaks up the stillness of the landscape,

diffused towards something else. …’


From the poem ‘Musk’, by Yiannis Zisis

Cycle III: Toil of the Little One

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