Hear Me Out
poetry by Tzoutzi Matzourani
translated by by Manolis
At both edges of the emotion. I love you as much as I hate you. My beloved, hated love! We don’t meet anymore. We walk on parallel paths going opposite directions. For long time we have passed the point where we met for the first time. We can only go around the globe once more, since life is round like the earth. Until then, each of us alone...
About the Author
Tzoutzi Mantzourani was born in Athens, Greece, in 1959. She studied French Literature and Language at Pepperdine University, Malibu, CA, USA, and worked as a journalist in several Greek newspapers and magazines until 2009. She has published up three poem collections and a book of short stories. She has translated theatrical pieces from Greek into English and is currently working on a translation of Dorothy Parker's work in Greek. Her work has been translated in French, Spanish and English. She lives in Athens, Greece.