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HELEN OF GREECE

By Woelinam Dziewornu-Norvor | Category :: Poem



I cast a look at the mighty towers of Ilium

And I see the impermeable walls of Troy kissing farewell,

As the Trojans thrust their swords into the chests of men

And tear women apart with their diseased manhoods.

The Trojan horse had finally announced themselves,

Desecrated the shrine of Apollo and tore down the walls of Athena.

Achilles had dealt a great blow to Hectar but Ilium was never his for keeps

The greatest blow came from a woman,

A womanís love for another launched a thousand ships

And burnt the topless tower of Troy.

By Woelinam Dziewornu-Norvor | Jun 5, 2013 | Category > Poem >Beauty | Comments 2 | Views 2281

 
Comments
BARNA KALITA
I like your poems. Very beautiful.
Rubi Sarma
nice...
 

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