DAYS TO COME
At a time when roads are empty
and people getting out wear a surgical mask,
you may see a heron dipping its feet into the lake.
Blackbirds, wild pigeons, sparrows fly around—
sharing their joy with every soul.
The frost gives way to the sun;
uncertainty transforms into expectation.
Then you start thinking:”It’s true that better days shall come!”
PINELOPI NTOUNTOULAKI, Greece
Traducción Germain Droogenbroodt – Rafael Carcelén