Zakynthos II

Zakynthos II


to a young teacher of ancient Greek


Elena I call you

because a man would conquer

a world to lay it down

at your feet


oh there is so much light

in your face, on your skin

you remind of a woman from the very begin


Elena, make your pupils

laugh and they will adore you

do not scream: screaming is weakness


you do have humour in you

use it to conquer their hearts

I know you can do


you conquer a world with your smile,

your elegance and classical beauty,

a beauty hard to find


I call you Elena

because like Paris I would steal you from home

but I do not want a Trojan war


so I advise you, like an old fool:

smile at your pupils and that will do

the world falls in love with a woman like you

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