Biography of Vassilis Comporozos
Hi, my name is Vassilis Comporozos. I' m from Greece. An EFL teacher and translator, I also love reading and writing (mostly poetry) . I have published 3 poetry collections in Greek so far and taken part in three poetry anthologies as well. I have won some poetry prizes. I have had poems published in some Greek literary magazines and, also, in some Greek and English websites (www.poemhunter.com and www.allpoetry.com) . I can speak Italian as well and love Latin too. I have also written and put on stage with my students, some verse (humorous, I hope!) fairy tales. I adore English which I find the ideal vehicle for my new passion, haikus and tankas.
Vassilis Comporozos's Works:
3 books so far
Vassilis Comporozos Poems
I Want To Be Your Love
I want to be your love I want to be your kiss when tender dawn pours its loving caress
After Rain (Haikus)
The sun’s won again. Dark heavy downpour pounds at My worn-out heart, though. -
Lizard Running (Haiku)
A Heart Ajar
A heart ajar A heart ajar a dream half seen
By The Fireplace
Flames in the fireplace. Hands that touched them, got burnt but now know their heat.
A Star Has Fallen
a brush of light that painted a little corner deep in the firmament
Like A Bolt Out Of The Blue
Rain water dripping the huge cloud’s glory
Derelict House (Haikus)
Derelict house. Walls peeling off. Swallows that Fly away like dreams. -
Gospel on my desk. Birds chirping their happiness. Dawn knocks on my door.
A rare thing to see in that place. An oddity. Bright, clear, like new life.
Happy Solitude (Haiku)
The Accordionist (Haikus)
The accordionist (haikus) To the accordionist playing on the streets of my hometown, Agrinio, Greece Nectar of a tune.
Mokista Springs, Aitoloakarnania - Greec...
Gurgling serenade tirelessly sung by the water to the plane trees. -
Gospel on my desk.
Birds chirping their happiness.
Dawn knocks on my door.
Note: Basically I write in Greek!
Recently - due to a small award I was granted at a poetry contest -
I 've taken on writing haikus, (I'm nuts about them!)
and I feel the English language is perfect for this form!
Also, I adore English!