Friday, December 1, 2023



Augmented Reality


Augmented reality

is producing my self-destruction

without way back

with me as observer and disinterest

with boundless network satellite tv


beautiful presenters

providing openhearted

the end of the world

of the others...


singing in to


with subscriptions

to euphemism


the end of the world

as companion of my solitude


Journey Without Return


Dedicated to Voyager and Solitude


saw you from space

a little dot among mirriads



see you here

serving your poets

with betablockers

emotion repellents


Not to see the destruction

Not to write

about arrhythmia

which portays sadness


and leaving

the tiny blue dot

to get destroyed doubly

first nature

than mankind




I have deleted

all the possessive personal pronouns

the words got poor

deleted all the plurals

there is no “us” anymore

even if you

still are or

forever remain

in my heart.





XANTHI HONDROU-HILL: Xanthi Hondrou-Hill has studied German and English Literature, Linguistics, Journalism and Public Relations Management in Germany. She has worked as Public Relations Manager at the Greek Consulate in Stuttgart, as teacher for German, Greek and English and is translating poetry from and to all three languages. She is an award-winning Greek poetess who gained international recognition. She is writing poetry since high school and her poems have been published in many international prestigious media and anthologies around the world. She has won in 2022 the first prize at the Gandhian Global Harmony Association and many awards in China, Ukraine, Philippines and Equator. She has been nominated as one of the 30 Stars worldwide in India. She is cultural Ambassador for OXYGEN PEN Sri Lanka, NAMASTE magazine in India and editor for poetry columns at in Greece and HUMANITY in Russia, as well as co-editor for the international poetry magazine in China. Selections of her poetry have been translated into Arabic, Chinese, French, German, Greek, Italian, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish, Slavic as well as in two Languages of India: Hindi and Bengali.


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