And this year, therefore, the — almost classic now — Calendar 2023 of En Plo with the new works of Christos Kehagioglou and new poems of Sotiris Kakisis, where the combination of paintings and poems marks month by month feelings and the art of their creators in good cooperation. Where the colors are words and the words are colors, the design is text, the letters are again reflections and manifestations of the Greek light.
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if I don't remember, who? all in a size zero black hole of my life so far. if I don't remember, who will? who in my mind will be another, which child of my mind will lift me up again, make me the same and unchanging again, with what I remember now and he remembers everything? I think that I am saddened without time in a little while in the future and what to remember first, what to remember first. and how will everything in this tiny huge nothing fit? will they go off? he wants a greater god for this miracle as well.
a star but green, not blue. in blue sky above mountain blue star green lot. its light at dusk strange, different. as if he were looking at the mountain, not at me, this star, so foreign. can even a star deliberately turn its back on me, despise me? is its color enough to make it so indifferent, so hard? and the color of how he got it, who gave it to him, why? me again, where do I look at it, where do I describe it, where do I leave it green in the sky? the one below and me from the same strange, mountain-blue sky?
how is it that I have desired everything, every place, every person, every season, every hour? how come I miss everything, but everything, everyone, but everyone, how is it? how is it that everyone and everything that I didn't pay much attention to then, now take on dimensions inside me, that I keep looking for them, that I want to see all the places again, to walk again? Time is very upside down, a wind that changes direction all the time. blue.
[ From the anecdotal poetry collection "Blue Mountain". They are included in the Calendar 2023 with the paintings of Christos Kehagioglou (published by En Plo), which has just been released ]